Community Energy England would like to invite you to take part in an online survey that will help to shape the provision of advice, information and support to the community energy sector.
You can complete the survey at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/6YWG7ZG. It should take around 15-20 minutes (a little longer for more experienced community energy practitioners). The survey will run until noon on Monday 22 September.
Heating oil users are being urged to save money by stocking up early before winter in a joint campaign backed by WRCC.
The Buy Oil Early Campaign has been launched by ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England), Citizens Advice and the FPS (Federation of Petroleum Suppliers), with the support of Energy Minister Matt Hancock
WRCC, a member of the national ACRE Network of rural community councils, says stocking up early has a range of benefits. Prices and demand tend to be...
Welcome to our monthly e-newsletter specifically aimed at Community Buildings in Warwickshire.
‘Reporting Serious Incidents’ (RSI) Policy - why is it so important?Read more about Community Building eNews September 2014
Great Alne & Kinwarton Memorial Hall have just installed a new projection screen at the Memorial Hall and are keen to sell their old one.
Details: Sapphire Remote Controlled Electric Projection Screen – M120
Ext Dimensions 2.75m
Screen Size 2.5m x 1.875m
Format 4 x 3
Contact Martyn Davey, Great Alne & Kinwarton Memorial Hall
Warwickshire County Council Councillors' Fund (for Admirals Division, Caldecott Division and Lawford & New Bilton Division, Rugby Town East Division, Rugby Town North Division) is now open for applications.
The Grant Fund is an allocation of £5,000 per County Councillor, aimed at community and voluntary organisations. The fund provides grants usually for small-scale projects that meet the needs of the local community....
The second round of the Warwick District Council Small Grants Scheme 2014/15 is launched to encourage voluntary and community sector organisations to apply for small scale community projects. The Small Grants Scheme offers grants of up to a maximum of £1,000 to provide new opportunities/activities for local people and to promote more community involvement. Read more...
England’s 10,000 village halls rely on more than 12 million hours of volunteering each year to deliver their vital role at the heart of rural communities, a new survey* has revealed.
The survey, by leading rural network ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England), showed volunteers who run classes and events put in 2.5 million hours annually. That’s on top of the estimated 9.6 million hours clocked up by management committees....
Quick Test is holding a PAT testing training course in Great Barr Birmingham on Tuesday 14th October at 1.30pm.
We have recently worked with Dorset Village Halls Association and Surrey Community Action to enable their village hall members to carry out their own PAT testing, something which many organisations don’t realise they can do.
For many organisations carrying out their own PAT testing can be more convenient and cost effective.