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Nov 14, 2016
Kathy Tate added a discussion to the group Natural Environment

Bath NATS December programme

Bath Natural History Society have released their events diary for December:December EventsFor more information about Bath Natural history society and how to join, please visit www.bathnats.org.ukSee More
Nov 14, 2016
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Bath and North East Somerset Community Energy Forum at BRLSI Bath

September 8, 2016 from 6pm to 8pm
The B&NES Community Energy Forum is an informal meeting for community groups interested in / working on energy related projects from across Bath and North East Somerset. This forum will be an opportunity to catch up with each other’s plans and projects, find out what the Council is doing, discuss ideas, and plan for the future.This event coincides with Community Energy Fortnight. At this Forum meeting we will be discussing the Powering Forward theme to encourage discussion around the way…See More
Aug 8, 2016
Kathy Tate added a discussion to the group Warm Green Homes

New funding available for fuel poverty work in the South West

Centre for Sustainable Energy have partnered with Western Power Distribution (WPD) to offer grants to not-for-profit organisations who are working to tackle fuel poverty in the South West.There are two-tiers of grant:•a small grant of up to £10,000 open to all;•a large grant of up to £20,000 available to those who can demonstrate a significant scale of activity, over a larger catchment area.Grants will be awarded to projects that help vulnerable households, such as those in fuel poverty and…See More
Jul 1, 2016
Kathy Tate added a discussion to the group Clean Energy

New energy-saving streetlights to reduce Bath’s carbon footprint

Published by Bath & North East Somerset Council 24/05/2016A major streetlight upgrade is starting next month that will significantly reduce the city’s carbon footprint by replacing more than 8,500 sodium lights across Bath with new, low energy, Light Emitting Diode (LED) units. Bath & North East Somerset Council will be rolling out the energy efficient…See More
May 31, 2016
Kathy Tate added a discussion to the group Sustainable Travel

West set to benefit from Government funding to boost cycling and walking

Published by Bath & North East Somerset Council 25/05/2016Published by Bath & North East Somerset Council 25/05/2016The West of England has received £2.2million of Government funding to support its work encouraging more people to take up sustainable travel such as cycling and walking.The money was awarded by the Department for Transport to help the four West…See More
May 31, 2016
Kathy Tate added a discussion to the group Funding

Bath Building Society Charity Awards 2016 open for applications

Local charities and community organisations are invited to apply to Bath Building Society’s Charity Awards for 2016.Now in their tenth year, the Awards were founded to support as many local initiatives as possible from the growing number of requests received each week seeking financial support.To be eligible to apply, charitable organisations must operate in - and deliver projects that are beneficial to the residents of - Bath and North East Somerset, Somerset, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and…See More
May 18, 2016
Kathy Tate added a discussion to the group Funding

Bags of Help

Tesco are inviting local community groups and good causes to apply for their share of a £12 million carrier bag charge fund.The supermarket teamed up with us to launch its Bags of Help initiative, which sees grants of £12,000, £10,000 and £8,000 – all raised from the 5p bag levy – being awarded to environmental and greenspace projects.Millions of shoppers voted in stores up and down the country for the last round of funding – with over £11.5 million being awarded to winning projects.Now Tesco…See More
May 11, 2016
Kathy Tate added a discussion to the group Local Food

Food supplier engagement event

Published by B&NES Council Latest News 27/01/2016Food producers and suppliers are being invited to attend an event in Keynsham on Tuesday February 2, where they can find out more about supplying Bath & North East Somerset Council’s school food service. As it plans for the re-procurement of school food the Council is keen to engage with potential suppliers as well as existing suppliers.  The…See More
Jan 28, 2016
Kathy Tate added a discussion to the group Warm Green Homes

Low energy spotlight on library and community group project

Taken from B&NES Council Latest News Published 27/01/2016Bath & North East Somerset Council has joined forces with community group Transition Bath to show local people an easy way to save money on their energy bills. Many people already use low energy light bulbs in standard fittings, but until recently there hasn’t been a cost-effective option for halogen…See More
Jan 28, 2016
Kathy Tate added a discussion to the group Green Jobs & Volunteering Opportunities

Free online course - Our Green City

Our Green City is a six week, free, online course that will give you an overview of the current environmental and social challenges faced by cities across the world and the solutions that are being found to these. As well as gaining a better understanding of sustainability and cities, we hope that the focus on positive stories of change will inspire and empower you to take action on sustainability issues in your own life and your community.The course will look at the key city support systems of…See More
Jan 8, 2016
Kathy Tate added a discussion to the group Local Food

Bath’s Royal United Hospital awarded Soil Association Catering Mark

Taken from Bath Echo 29/12/2015 The Royal United Hospital in Bath has been awarded the Soil Association’s prestigious ‘Food for Life’ Bronze Catering Mark for the food it serves for patients, staff and visitors in the hospital’s public restaurants.The Catering Mark provides an independent endorsement for organisations who demonstrate a continued commitment to serving food that is…See More
Dec 29, 2015
Kathy Tate added a discussion to the group Funding

Heathfull grants available for a limited time!

Quartet Community Foundation is delighted to announce it is working in partnership with the People's Health Trust to support groups from specific areas in Bath and Weston - super - Mare to make applications to the Active Communities Programme. The Active Communities Programme uses money raised by HealthFull, through The Health Lottery, to invest in projects supporting people living in the most disadvantaged areas. It is hoped that targeted funding into very specific geographical areas will help…See More
Dec 16, 2015
Kathy Tate added a discussion to the group Warm Green Homes

Still a couple of places left for Friday's Thermal Imaging Camera Training Course

From Transition Bath: Would you like to learn how to use a thermal imaging camera - free of charge? Once trained you will be able to borrow the camera to identify opportunities to make your own (and your neighbours) home more energy efficient.   If you are free on the evening of Friday 11th December, we have a couple of places still available on our free thermal imaging training course. The event is being held in Widcombe…See More
Dec 10, 2015
Kathy Tate added a discussion to the group Warm Green Homes

Check out the Energy at Home short film!

The Bath & North East Somerset Energy at Home scheme helps residents improve their homes energy performance by offering free expert advice, access to grants and support, and help to make energy saving home improvements.We have put together a short film to help residents understand the services available through the scheme, and to show examples of some successful installations. Check out the film on the homepage of the Energy at Home website:…See More
Nov 23, 2015
Kathy Tate added 2 discussions to the group Warm Green Homes
Sep 28, 2015

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Send us your tips for a greener Christmas to win a £30 hamper!

Posted on December 2, 2013 at 12:46 0 Comments

Christmas doesn’t have to be a burden on the environment; there are lots of ways to ways to be greener and less wasteful during the festive season. Send us your tips for a greener Christmas to be entered into the prize draw to win a tasty hamper of local food goodies worth over £30! Tweet it using the hashtag #BathnesGX or email it to us at sustainability@bathnes.gov.uk to enter. 


We will be re-tweeting your tips and…


Chairman's Community Awards Launched

Posted on July 4, 2013 at 15:53 0 Comments

The Chairman of Bath & North East Somerset Council, Cllr Neil Butters, has recently launched his Community Awards with the aim of recognising volunteers, community leaders, educational institutions and businesses who make a positive contribution to the local community. 

The Award brings together three individually run Award schemes, Community, Business, and Education, under one main Award, focussing on the positive contributions made by local people, their efforts to involve…


Transition Keynsham's newsletter & annual review

Posted on February 4, 2013 at 10:47 0 Comments

Transition Keynsham's Latest newsletter is now available, and contains a summary of all the work and projects they have been involved in throughout 2012, as well as exciting plans for 2013.

TK Newsletter Feb 2013.pdf

Gallery gets the green light for energy-saving bulbs and volunteer scheme

Posted on January 8, 2013 at 11:00 0 Comments

Published by B&NES Council 03/01/2012

The Victoria Art Gallery, owned and run by Bath & North East Somerset Council, has been awarded a grant of £50,000 from Arts Council England for environmentally-friendly improvements and work to further develop the role of volunteers.

The money will allow the Gallery to replace an antiquated system of…


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At 17:08 on August 5, 2013, Greeniversity said…

Hello Kathy,

Wanted to let you know about a green skill sharing platfrom that we're keen to bring to Bath called Greeniversity, www.greeniversity.org.uk

It's a way to connect teachers, learners and venues to develop skill sharing within Bath. Would be good to talk further. 

Best Wishes

Chris Richards



At 15:47 on February 9, 2013, Em Gowing said…
Hi Kathy, how do I add a profile picture please?
At 17:24 on February 1, 2013, Greg Stacey said…

Hello & thank you Kathy.

Enjoying looking through the website, and following/promoting (and welcoming/encouraging promotion opportunities for) our Community Resilience in all its manifestations.

Hopefully lots of interest in the Community Resilience Manual and lots of chances to bring it along to Sustainability events.

Follow @ResilienceBaNES

Best wishes,


At 17:31 on November 23, 2011, Iona Gibbons said…

Hello Thank you Kathy (I am happy to go by Jessica also I like that name)!

Best wishes,


At 20:34 on August 17, 2011, Tim Williamson said…

thanks Kathy

I'll take some time underestanding how this all works.

Joined facebook once and left quite quickly ....

anyway this looks fun

At 16:13 on April 21, 2011, Emily Guilding said…
Yes it does !

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