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Bristol Impact Fund grant

We are delighted to have been awarded £15,000 over two years from the Bristol Impact Fund, Bristol City Council's fund for voluntary and community organisations. Our grant is to work in partnership with Re:work Ltd and Hartcliffe & Withywood Community Partnership (HWCP), and with support from the Bristol Energy Network (BEN), to engage within the Filwood, Hartcliffe/Withywood and Knowle wards to assess the energy efficiency of homes, build capacity of volunteers who have an interest in... read more »

Sue Nicholls’ contribution to The CHEESE Project

We are very sad to report that Sue Nicholls, a director and founder of the CHEESE Project died in November this year after a most courageous battle with cancer. Sue played a most important role in the founding of the CHEESE Project, by obtaining funds through the Bishopston, Cotham and Redland (BCR) energy group, and she remained a constant enthusiast and help in our work right up to when she attended our last Directors' meeting. We will always be in her debt for her commitment to energy... read more »

CHEESE on the Passivehaus Energy Efficiency podcast

We are delighted that CHEESE was mentioned on 'Passivhaus: The Energy Efficiency Podcast'. We were described in the context of a discussion of the promotion of energy-efficiency habits, products and information. What they said: The magnificently named ‘CHEESE Project’ is doing something different from many community projects. It conducts thermal imaging of a home from low cost to no cost, depending on a households circumstances. A clear understanding of a building’s thermal performance is... read more »