The SuperHomes project harnesses the enthusiasm of energy saving pioneers to bring examples of successful sustainable refurbishment to the widest possible audience. The SuperHomes campaign has opened the doors to around 150 dwellings which have been made energy efficient. To qualify as a SuperHome, a 60% reduction in carbon emissions must be achieved. Several superhomes are available for viewing in the Chiltern area - search here. If you have installed loft insulation, cavity wall insulation, double glazing, solar panels and an efficient boiler you may be elligible for 'Superhome' status - see for details.

Phil Folly of Chiltern Green Party wins People's Award

Jul 30, 2010

Category: News
Posted by: amanda

In May each year outstanding residents of Chesham are honoured at the annual Mayoral Awards.

The main prize, the People's Award, went to Chiltern Green Pary member Phil Folly after he received an unprecedented number of nominations.

Presenting him with his award, Cllr Fulford said: “Phil Folly is a tireless campaigner for a better environment for all and has touched the lives of many people across Chesham. He plays a central role in far too many voluntary groups to list.”

He received his prize from Cllr Justine Fulford in her final public engagement before standing down as Mayor of Chesham. Phil's prize of £150 was donated to the Chesham Over Fifties Positive Action Group.

Change4Chalfont is a local group, which aims to work with our community to reduce our impact on climate change and dependence on fossil fuels. We hold an open meeting once a month. If you are interested in finding out more, please come along, or contact Robin and Stephanie Summerell on 01753 279855, or Hugh and Erica on

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Mar 22, 2010
Category: News
Posted by: amanda

The Chiltern Green Party appeal for careful consideration of route. If you have any views concerning this matter please contact us. See the latest GP proposals in progress.

Mar 21, 2010
Category: News
Posted by: amanda
Help Compassion in World Farming. The proposed intensive system in Lincolnshire would see over 8,000 cows kept indoors for the majority of their lives.
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Posted by: amanda
Please sign the petition ... owners of self-built renewable energy systems will be excluded from rewards from Department of Energy and Climate Change.
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Category: News
Posted by: Rob

Chesham is in initial stages of becoming a Transition Town following on from successful launches in nearby towns Tring and Berkhamsted. Amersham, Chalfont St. Peter and other nearby towns are in early stages too...

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