Eden Project


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Eden Project

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(Named Buildings) an environmental complex containing the world's largest greenhouse, built in a disused clay pit near St Austell, Cornwall, to study plant populations in a variety of environments
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SIR, - Some years ago I was fortunate enough to have a letter printed in The Press and Journal, floating the idea of developing Union Terrace Gardens as an Eden Project for the city.
I HAVE read the reports on the ECHO website about the exiting development proposed for Morecambe, the "Eden project of the North" - this is a development that will hopefully revitalise the seaside town.
Expected to attract around 760,000 visitors per year, the Eden Project North will be capable of accommodating up to a million, with a daily capacity of 4,000 people.
The Eden Project in Cornwall has attracted more than 20 million visitors since it first opened 15 years ago.
The plan has received support from industry pioneers, such as The Eden Project's Sir Tim Smith, and it is anticipated that it would transform the site of the iconic former Tower Colliery.
The plans have received support from industry pioneers, such as The Eden Project's Sir Tim Smith, and it is anticipated that it would transform the site of the former Tower Colliery at Hirwaun, near Aberdare.
As well as Castlefield Bowl, she will play at Hampton Court Palace in London, Blenheim Palace in Woodstock, the Eden Project in Cornwall, Edinburgh Castle, and the Open Air Theatre in Scarborough.
GOOD MOON RISING A SPECTACULAR 23ft illuminated moon has risen over the Eden Project in Cornwall.
Days before he wowed crowds with an emotional homecoming gig in Delamere Forest over the weekend, the Take That star performed in front of more than 6,500 fans at the Eden Project in Cornwall last Wednesday (June 6).
The 47-year-old Take That star performed in front of a sell-out crowd at the Eden Project in Cornwall, which prides itself on protecting the environment and teaching others about how to avoid waste and save the planet.
The UK's Eden Project has launched a range of home compostable coffee capsules that directly address the problem of waste plastic.
Launched by the Eden Project - a UK educational charity and social enterprise, in partnership with the UK Government, thousands of people from across the Commonwealth are coming together to celebrate, discover and share their Commonwealth links, stories and experiences with one another over a shared meal.