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Community Action for our Energy Future

Total energy produced by our projects so far: 

1,160,536 kWh

We have organised a drop-in session for anyone who lives or works in the Kelham Island area to find out more about our plans for re-instating a waterwheel in the old wheel pit behind Kelham Island Brewery.

The session is being held on Sunday, August 21st from 10 am to 2 pm in the Education/Meeting room on the first floor at Kelham Island Museum. You can drop in at any time to speak to key people about all aspects of our plans, especially questions raised through the planning process. If you can’t make this session, you can leave a comment on this blog.

If you have never visited the museum itself, you can do this at the same time at the reduced rate of £3.50 per person. Well worth a visit.

A small team of volunteers will also be surveying the goit over that weekend.


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