Partners

Sponsored by Calor

With Calor you can enjoy all the benefits of gas for your home and farm, wherever you live.

At home, sit back and enjoy cosy central heating, instant hot water, controllable cooking and real flame fires while improving your home energy efficiency by up to 30%.

On the farm, Calor provides a full range of tailored energy solutions; from highly efficient heating for grain drying or rearing sheds, to water heating solutions designed to save money. Our energy experts work with you to tailor-make a solution that gives you greater control and optimum results, without risk of contamination.

Make the move to Calor and benefit from one of their many promotional offers, free automatic top up to ensure you never run out of fuel and one day installation for minimum disruption.

Start now by getting a free energy survey for your home and/or farm by clicking here.

 

Supported by The Wheel

The Wheel is a national support and representative body for community, voluntary and charitable organisations. They are a representative organisation for the sector and also provide a wide range of information and support services, advice and training to individuals and organisations involved in community and voluntary activity. Visit www.wheel.ie to learn more about Ireland's community and voluntary sector, or follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

 

Supported by Irish Country Living and the Irish Farmers Journal

Since its establishment in 1948, the Irish Farmers' Journal has been working with Irish farmers and the agricultural industry to encourage and sustain a prosperous farm economy in Ireland. The Irish Farmers Journal occupies a unique gap in the Irish Media Market delivering a local audience on a national stage. Irish Country Living is a weekly magazine in the Irish Farmers Journal and is published every Thursday. Offering a mix of editorial from food and health to property and recruitment this section appeals to the entire rural family.

Follow them on Twitter: @farmersjournal and @irishcountryliv  

Like them on Facebook: www.facebook.com/IrishFarmersJournal and www.facebook.com/IrishCountryLiving