As a result of the declaration of a climate and ecological emergency by Freshford and Limpley Stoke parish councils, Freshford and Limpley Stoke Home Energy Group (FLHEG) has recently been formed, by a group of volunteers with expertise in the area, to help advise members of the community in ways to reduce the carbon footprint and energy costs of their homes.
Home Energy was identified as the primary concern of residents in the Freshford Climate Survey in January.
Our aim is to assist the community in carrying home energy improving measures by advising what measures might be most appropriate to consider for a particular property, what these measures involve, what grants may be available, any contractors we may be able to recommend, and where else they can source further advice.
We also plan to arrange talks and workshops at volunteers’ homes.
Please contact FLHEG via email: