Reduce the carbon footprint of your home

As individuals, our carbon footprints are made up of many things. One of these is the home we live in and there are lots of things you can do to help improve things.

As part of Bradford on Avon Town Council’s Climate Emergency strategy, we invite you to come along and find out more about what you can do to reduce the impact that your home (or future home) has on global warming.

Our ‘Green Homes‘ event starts at 7pm on Thursday 23rd January in St Margaret’s Hall. Entry is free and places can be booked via Eventbrite HERE

The focus will be on domestic energy, whether saving through insulation, technology, build specifications, planning, etc. as well as renewable energy sources and other technologies.

THE EXCITING LIST OF CONFIRMED SPEAKERS FOR THE EVENT ARE:

Toby Cambray – Founding Director at GreenGauge:

An award winning building & engineering consultancy specialising in sustainable, low energy design

Peter Capener – Managing Director at Bath & West Community Energy:

Community owned renewable energy projects

Mike Joyce – Future Proof:

A service managed by the Centre for Sustainable EnergyFutureproof aims to make it easy for homeowners & contractors in the West of England to carry out energy saving improvements & refurbishments with confidence.

Simon Forsyth – CarbonLens:

Specialists in cost saving through carbon management and resource efficiency.

 


There will be a cash bar with any procedes going to Climate Friendly Bradford on Avon, who are kindly running it.

BoA Town Council

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    • I am concerned about the lack of regulation on garden bonfires in BOA. We overlook the Frome Road. Last summer various resident had bonfires, in fact there was one per day for 6 weeks. This included garden clearance people who move from garden along the row with a policy of slash and burn using petrol. Much cheaper than taking it away.
      All very smokey blowing towards the Fitzmauris School. I did contact the school for some support but they said they were unable to get involved. I also contacted my very local Wiltshire councillor who totally missed my point about regulation and just told me to monitor the situation. Obviously to wet for fires at present.
      Will we have another bonfire summer, cost of green bin does have an effect. Would appreciate Climate Friendly opinion!

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