25 - 26 Apr 2020
Tours on the hour
26th April 2-5pm
Just turn up
As a director of Transition Town Worthing, Pauline spends a lot of her time at home organising projects and events (like this one) all aimed at reducing impact on the environment. Pauline and Alan's home is a living example of small achievable steps.
Their approach to water and energy conservation is impressive. It is a 2-bedroom bungalow with both Pauline & Alan at home most days, but their water consumption is equivalent to less than one person in a one-bedroom property, so how do they do it?
Go along and see just how simple it is to achieve, through eco appliances and settings, water butts and a conscious choice to use mains water at a minimum. And let’s not forget their zero-cost built shed, and their home-made pond, created from recycled materials.
Their solar PV panels will be paid back after 7 years, allowing them the luxury of being guilt and carbon free as they enjoy a cosy, comfortable and environmentally positive home, exuding efficiency, yet has come together from a make do and mend philosophy using and reusing everything.
Come and talk to Pauline and Alan… Be wowed by simplistic efficiency that's actually very easy to achieve.
46 Beechwood Case Study (PDF, 164kB)