A 'warm' welcome awaits you as homes across Winchester open their doors to showcase their energy saving measures
Open GreenHouse is an ideal opportunity to:
get inspiration for your own home
see energy saving measures in action
talk to homeowners directly
discuss the impact on energy bills
Greening Fulflood ran a successful Open Green House event and produced these very useful documents full of practical advice. Click below to read more.
The only Superhome in Hampshire is inviting anyone interested to come round and find out how they reduced their carbon footprint by up to 80%.
Homeowners & WinACC members, Rob & Sue Veck, are opening their house and offering independent, free advice on what it takes to significantly reduce energy bills and carbon footprint by up to 80%.
1-4pm, 8 Piping Close, Colden Common, SO21 1UP.
07980 167774. Free admission.
For more information visit http://www.greenhomediary.co.uk/superhome-open-day-free-event-24th-march-1-4pm/
On the weekend of 27/28 February 2010, the normally peaceful streets of Fulflood were bustling with people moving from house to house to find out how their neighbours saved money and fuel, and reduced their carbon footprint. Altogether there were just under two hundred visits to eight open homes. Members of the Greening Fulflood campaign had invited people to come and look at the energy-saving changes they had made to their homes, to see what was involved, and to hear about the advantages (and disadvantages, if any).