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Chew Stoke Event

Chew Stoke

Event Date: 15|06|24

Green Open Homes and Gardens, Saturday 15th June, 9am – 5pm. Learn how to heat your home efficiently, reduce energy bills and create beautiful, eco-friendly gardens.

Intro

Chew Stoke Green Open Homes and Gardens, Saturday 15th June, 9am – 5pm. Join local residents for a day of exploring energy-efficient homes and biodiverse gardens! You can visit open homes in East Harptree and Chew Stoke to learn how to heat your home efficiently, reduce energy bills, and create beautiful, eco-friendly gardens.

Homeowners will share their experiences and insights on measures from renewable energy to wildlife-friendly gardens changes that help wildlife to thrive. This friendly and informative event is part of the Green Open Homes B&NES communities project, aimed at inspiring sustainable living.

What to expect:
  • Trail maps of homes and events
  • Ask the Expert event at East Harptree Pavilion with information stands and talks
  • The chance to win a Home Energy Survey assessment

Please book your visit below (please note some properties do not require booking);

The Properties

2 Home Orchard Chew Stoke, Bristol, BS40 8UZ

1960s house, Air source heat pump, floor insulation, underfloor heating, oversized radiators, PV panels, electric bikes.

Home and garden. Drop in 10am-5pm.

Easy parking on drive and street. Steps up to house. Level access to garden.

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Chilly Hill Cottage, Chillyhill Lane, Chew Stoke, Bristol, BS40 8UG

Old cottage (built 1800) with recent extensions. Air source heat pump in an older property. Upgraded radiators, underfloor heating.

Parking on driveway for up to 3 cars. Level access to house. Raised threshold.

Bookings by appointment only.

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Greenbanks, Breach Hill Lane, Chew Stoke, Bristol, BS40 8YA

8kW in-roof PV, 3 phase supply, battery, smart power controls, EV charger.

Parking on driveway for up to 3 cars. Level access to garage and garden.

Bookings by appointment only.

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North Hill, Scot Lane, Chew Stoke, BRISTOL, BS40 8UN

1980’s rebuild of old cottage.  Ground source heat pump (collector array in nearby field), smart heating controls, radiator upgrades (no underfloor heating), PV panels, e-bike for daily commuting into Clifton.

The house is at the end of a long bumpy track.

Viewing by appointment only.

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