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Big Church Switch

Help switching your church or your own energy supply from fossil fuels to renewable energy. The Church of England and its environmental campaign Shrinking the Footprint have signed up to the Big Church Switch, a campaign led by Christian Aid and Tearfund. The Big Church Switch calls on churches and individual Christians of all denominations to switch their energy supply from fossil fuels to renewable energy. By using clean, renewable energy the Church can demonstrate its commitment to care for our neighbours and for the earth – our common home.

Find out more here.

Be inspired by Anna's journey to turn her church green.

Virtuous Circles - project update

This is an exciting time in the Virtuous Circles project. Having secured a Heritage Lottery Fund grant at the end of last year the project team have been hard at work at developing this innovative concept. Using St Michael's church in Dulas, Herefordshire as the pilot the aim of the project is to create a sustainable use model for churches across the country. 

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Primer for Paris - Climate Change basics

With the Paris UN climate talks on the horizon Shrinking the Footprint have produced an introduction to Climate Change or primer for those who want to brush up on some basic background.

To take a look at the document click here.

Virtuous Circles

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A partnership between the Cathedral and Church Buildings Division, the Diocese of Hereford and architects Feilden Clegg Bradley has received initial support from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF). The Virtuous Circles project aims to develop a sustainable new model for isolated rural places of worship as self-catering accommodation. Development funding of £49,700 has been awarded to help the partnership progress their plans to apply for a full grant at a later date and a project manager is currently being sought to oversee this work.

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