Chichester Community Development Trust have just secured £25,000 from the Low Carbon Chichester District Fund from Chichester District Council to deliver four related projects by 31st July 2012, and which will be of interest to both householders and community groups around Chichester District.
If you are interested in benefiting from any of these initiatives, please do get in contact as soon as possible.
50 households will receive free home visits by the Green Doctor to provide advice on saving energy and installing immediate basic measures. Find out more about Green Doctor home visits.
Five community halls will receive an energy assessment completed by the Green Doctor to help them reduce energy costs immediately and also to plan for future measures to improve energy efficiency.
Five free energy efficiency workshops aimed at residents around the District will be run during June and July.
Dates and venues to be provided shortly
Please just turn up and bring your neighbours.
Transition Chichester have 100 Eco-Eye Electricity monitors to be borrowed by households for up to a year to monitor their energy use. 2 Thermal Imaging cameras are also available.
This project in Chichester will use the feature and focus of Grayingwell to promote energy efficiency and carbon saving by involving, inform and motivate over 250 resident households across the District to take action to reduce their energy use, and more importantly lay the foundations for a growing action programme to be taken forward in partnership with Transition Chichester.
New Homes Bonus Funding to establish a weekly Internet Cafe and Homework Cafe at Roussillon Park and Graylingwell Park. The project will be delivered in partnership with Chichester City Council. ... read more
The Chichester Community Development Trust Annual General Meeting will be held on: Tuesday 11th November ... read more
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