The moon, the tides
We owe a lot to the moon. That great ball of rock that orbits the Earth is crucial to life on earth. The moon's eliptical orbit is what gives us the tides, coming and going twice each day.
More than this, it balances perfectly the Earth's wobble on its axis, without which there wouldn't be the atmosphere which makes life possible and protects us from space debris.
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From the ground-up
From 700 locations to over 8,000. The past three years has seen a complete ground-up rebuild. This exciting project sees the site develop to not only include the original 700 UK & Ireland locations, but now locations from across the world.
Based on your feedback, after months of user group testing, the site was completely redesigned too. I hope you enjoy the new experience and welcome your feedback. Please feel free to contact me to provide feedback.