On the Trail of Daffodils – Take a Trip to the Forest of Dean

Every year, during late March to early April, the Forest of Dean becomes a sea of beautiful bright yellow blooms to welcome in the Spring. Daffodils appear in huge numbers and in turn, attract many visitors from all over the country to see this glorious spectacle that welcomes the return of Spring after a long cold winter. The Forest of Dean is a fantastic place to visit, where you can journey underground in the beautiful and enchanting Clearwell Caves, you will certainly not get bored here. But if you fancy…

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Tensile structures have thermal values

Fabric constructions are one of the oldest methods of human dwelling construction and in recent years material advances have begun to see them deployed for many new purposes. These structures now exist in places as diverse as Alaska and the tropics. Whilst thermal qualities of the materials themselves do not pose any insurmountable problems for architects and construction engineers, they are increasingly being employed in types of building where temperatures are a practical issue for building users, or are problematic because they cross the line into new building regulation classifications.

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