Christmas is coming

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Article by Tom Bragg As so many others, I’m busy preparing for Christmas.  It’s nice to have a time of year where we particularly focus on being kind to our family and friends, but it can also be stressful:  How … Continued

What did you do this summer?

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Article by Nicola Terry     Climate change brings us more intense weather of all kinds – more heatwaves and droughts, more rainstorms and floods. This summer we’ve had a record temperatures and another drought. Demand for water hit a … Continued

Homes Fit for the Future

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Article by Tom Bragg We all deserve a good home and Cambridge’s acute need for affordable housing has been well covered in this paper.  ‘Good’ homes are also energy-efficient, comfortable and affordable to heat. Well insulated, draught-free homes cost little … Continued

Keeping Cool in Heatwave

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Article by Tom Bragg With climate change we have to expect more extreme weather and this year we’ve already had a very wet spring followed by the heatwave and drought. Here’s a few of ways to stay comfortable in a … Continued

DIY Fanned Radiator

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 A radiator with a fan heats the room quicker and improves efficiency. Our kitchen/living area was often the coldest room. With our pattern of use, it’s good to be able to warm it up quickly. The fanned radiator described here blows … Continued

Do you live in an eco home?

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We’re well on the way to selecting our homes for this years Open Eco Homes event but we’re still on the look-out for homes we haven’t featured before, so please do get in touch if you want to be part … Continued