January 2012 Blog Posts (5)

Vacancy for Volunteer Manager

Dry Arch Growers in Bathampton are recruiting a Volunteer Manager to work 1- 1 1/2 days a week . The key aspect of the role is to increase awareness  of and engagement with our community growing project , and get more volunteers involved.

For more details , email adrobertson24@yahoo.co.uk

Added by Alex Robertson on January 24, 2012 at 11:34 — No Comments

Green homes needed for energy weekend showcase

Homeowners and tenants with inspiring examples of energy saving measures in their homes are being encouraged to come forward by Bath & North East Somerset Council, Bath Preservation Trust, and Transition Bath to open-up to the public.


The Bath Homes Fit for the Future Open Homes Weekend is taking place on the 17th-18th March 2012, and enables people to visit a range of houses which have either been built or had changes made to them to make them warmer, greener and cheaper…


Added by Kathy Tate on January 20, 2012 at 15:38 — No Comments

Welcome to the Forest of Avon Trust

Over the last 15 years over a million trees were planted within 15 miles of Bristol, as part of the Forest of Avon Community Forest. This far- sighted work created many green spaces to enjoy and will make a very real contribution to the quality of life of our area in the future.

The Forest of Avon Trust was established in 2008 as the local charity to keep this great…


Added by Forest of Avon Trust on January 19, 2012 at 17:41 — No Comments

Green Vision, the BANES Youth Climate Movement search for directors

Green Vision is a group of committed young people, passionate about social and environmental change who create, explore, organise and act. We aiming to make Bath and North East Somerset not only more sustainable but also a more pleasant place to live.

We are looking to recruit trustees of all ageswho can support our growth and…


Added by Green Vision Youth Movement on January 18, 2012 at 10:52 — No Comments

Moving towards a greener future for Bath homes

Taken from Bath Chronicle 02/01/2012

Action plans have been drawn up to make homes in the London Road area of Bath more energy-efficient.

Now people living along the gateway to the city are being called to a meeting at which they will be asked for feedback on proposals drawn up by energy conservation…


Added by Kathy Tate on January 3, 2012 at 12:18 — No Comments

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