I've just spent the morning at Guildford Borough Council's compost heaven event. - It was a fantastic 3 hour event, with all kinds of "green" activities, - sunflower seed planting and art and craft activities for the children, great Jazz music powered by a solar generator, Secateur sharpening, Bee keeping and willow weaving demonstrations, - and I was in charge of answering questions about composting, bokashi and wormeries. The queue for the free compost bins and compost was about 100m long for about 2 hours, and the interest in all types of composting from all ages was huge.
For those I talked to in the 3 hour event, - thanks for all your questions, - I hope I answered your queries, and here are my recommended suppliers of compost bins & Accessories
Bokashi bins, -
pack of 2 cream colour bins plus large bag of bran for £89 or single bins from £35 - Wiggly Wigglers
subsidised grey plastic bins, not so beautiful but a lot cheaper at £45 - Recyclenow, - put in your postcode
Wormeries - Black plastic layered bin= can o worms & starter pack, - £89.00, from Wiggly Wigglers- Wooden composters like Peter's beehive are hard to find, - nearest version is from The Gardening website, £197, - not including worms.
Plastic compost bins, - in all sizes from Recyclenow,
Wooden bins, and compost duvets from The recycle works
All links can be found from here