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Prince Charles' Welsh Home | House & Garden

Simon Brown








In his foreword to House & Garden's 2008 Green by Design supplement, Prince Charles wrote: 'Why, I must ask, does being "green" mean building with glass and steel and concrete then adding wind turbines, solar panels and water-heaters, sedum roofs, glass atria - the paraphernalia of the new "green building industry" - to offset buildings that are inefficient in the first place?Craig Hamilton has rigorously implemented the Prince of Wales's philosophy of building sustainably: materials have been reused, other materials have been sourced locally, and the craftsmen and builders working on the project are based locally.
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Rose Prince's early autumn recipes

Pork shoulder with cornbread and figgy olive pickle


















Rose Prince's recipes for an early Autumn feast


Pork shoulder with cornbread and figgy olive pickle












Potted crab with lemon and mace


















Rose Prince's recipes for an early Autumn feast


Potted crab with lemon and mace














Pumpkin tart with ricotta gnocchi


















Rose Prince's recipes for an early Autumn feast


Pumpkin tart with ricotta gnocchi












Pear, chicory, cheddar and red grape salad


















Rose Prince's recipes for an early Autumn feast


Pear, chicory, cheddar and red grape salad














Raisin, apple and white pepper cake


















Rose Prince's recipes for an early Autumn feast


Raisin, apple and white pepper cake












Iced praline parfait with plum and blackberry compote


















Rose Prince's recipes for an early Autumn feast


Iced praline parfait with plum and blackberry compote
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Prince of Wales Campaign for Wool

Ten years ago HRH The Prince of Wales lauched The Campaign for Wool, designed to promote awareness of the positive aspects of this age-old material.Many synthetic fabrics can have disastrous effects on the natural world, with their fibres shedding during washing cycles, and making their way into lakes, oceans, and water supplies.