We’ve started off slowly, but steadily in 2017. It was brilliant seeing so many people come to our Clothes Swap at the beginning of February! Watch this space for the next one, likely to happen late Spring. At the end of the February, we held our AGM. It was lovely to have some input from […]
The CHEESE project was initiated in Easton in 2015. It’s branched out to other parts of Bristol and many streets have now been surveyed, which can be seen on www.heatview.co.uk. As these surveys use thermal imagery to show you the parts of your home which may be draughty or where cold-bridging is occurring, it is […]
We’ve teamed up with the local talent in BS5 to hold a series of events to keep you entertained over the summer. We have adult colouring, toy swaps, bike workshops, wooden pallette workshops and arts and crafts with Litterarti. Art & Music Workshops with Litterarti  11am – 1pm AUGUST 11th/16th/25th   Toy Swap 11am – […]
Easton Energy Group AGM Thursday 10th December from 7pm 56 Heron Road, BS5 0LU It’s that time of year again; hear of the journey we’ve been on this year, everything we have achieved and how we have developed as well as our excited plans for the next year. Call for Directors We currently have 5 […]
What is an Earth Champion? http://www.earthchampions.org/ “These are individuals (of any age group) and organisations who dare to be different,  inventive and courageous. They are doing positive work for our environment and wellbeing, often without recognition or reward. They are nominated from within communities and through the programme, become recognised leaders and mentors in community […]
Updated 16:01 on 4 November 2015 We’ve now signed contracts with most of the Warm Up Bristol installers and work has commenced this week. We’ve had over 300 Customer Status Forms returned. These forms help to understand your individual circumstances and take action. Remember that  you can complete theCustomer Status Form online OR by using […]
We've been based in the Warm up Bristol Show Home @ 56 Heron Road for quite some time now, running clothes swaps, BYO lunches, knit & natters and joining in with the local events such as Easton Arts Trail & the BS5 Jumble Trail. The doors are open 3 times a week for those of you seeking advice regarding the warm up bristol scheme.  Tuesdays & Thursdays : 9:30am - 4:30pm  Saturdays 10:30am - 2:30pm 
This project is an ambitious pilot to offer the services of draught-proofing and other "easy" fixes around the home to save energy to the residents of Easton and Lawrence Hill. Our plan is to create a sliding scale for residents interested in this service. We have gained funding to be able to offer the cost of this service and materials for those most "fuel poor". We would like to create a tool library in conjunction with this project to facilitate residents' ability to undertake home improvement projects. Sharing the tools, ideas and methods for sustainable projects around the home will improve energy affordability and increase social cohesion in the community. As a method of transportation for the draught-proofing, we will be purchasing a cargo bike. This method of transportation will be more carbon-friendly, as well as promote sustainable, active transport to those benefitting from our scheme. We will also be able to use it for our other events and projects.