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Published: 20/01/2018

Yellow Warning of Wind for London & South East England : Oxfordshire, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Southampton, West Berkshire, Bracknell Forest, Brighton and Hove, Buckinghamshire, East Sussex, Greater London, Kent, Medway, Milton Keynes, Portsmouth, Reading, Slough, Surrey, West Sussex, Windsor and Maidenhead & Wokingham valid from 2100 Wed 17 J
Published: 17/01/2018

Published: 17/01/2018

Published: 15/01/2018

Subject: Warm Homes Fund
The winners of the first round of the Warm Home Fund - from National Grid and Community Interest Company Affordable Warmth Solution (AWS) - were announced on 14 December 2017, with 9,000 homes set to benefit. The £150 million fund was set up using part of the proceeds from the sale of the National Grid's majority stake in its gas distribution business. It will fund the installation of affordable heating solutions in fuel poor households which don’t use mains gas as their primary source of heat. Following the first round of bidding, a total of £33 million was awarded to 35 local authorities and social landlords across the UK - with Wealden being one of them. From today we will be promoting the Warm Homes Fund (WHF) to help 40 rural homes in Wealden install central heating for the first time.
Justin Bailey
Home Energy Efficiency Officer


Published: 02/01/2018

Yellow Warning of Wind for London & South East England : Bracknell Forest, Brighton and Hove, Buckinghamshire, East Sussex, Greater London, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Kent, Medway, Milton Keynes, Oxfordshire, Portsmouth, Reading, Slough, Southampton, Surrey, West Berkshire, West Sussex, Windsor and Maidenhead & Wokingham valid from 0005 Wed 03 Jan to 2200 Wed 03 Jan

Published: 01/01/2018

Published: 01/01/2018

Feedback from the Hadlow Down Festival 2017  Thank you to everyone who gave us feedback on the Festival. We have included surveys sent in and Facebook and e-mail comments and these have been collated into a report. 
From the feedback we received, it has brought local organisations and the community together in providing a range of events, activities, workshops, sports and celebrations, some of which were brand new events. It is planned that the Open Gardens will be expanded to include more gardens next year. The Scarecrow trail, Beating the Bounds and the Village Hall quiz will be organised again and it is anticipated that the Art Exhibition may be a bi-annual event. The new Beavers/Scouts pack in the village has started and is proving very popular and following positive feedback from parents, the HDPFA has offered to run an after school junior cricket club next summer. 
Therefore, the benefits for the village are not just for 2017 but there will be a lasting long-term legacy to the Festival. Therefore, the evidence shows that the Festival has been a positive experience for Hadlow Down village and the majority of the outcomes were achieved. Please copy the link below for the full analysis report, or if you would like to be sent a copy please e-mail me at deniseleary86@gmail.com  
Thank you again to everyone for making such a successful village Festival. 
Denise Leary, Festival Project Manager
Click here to download or read the full Evaluation Report in PDF format.
Published: 01/01/2018

Hadlow Down Online wishes all of our viewers a Happy & Peaceful New Year

Published: 01/01/2018

Published: 22/12/2017

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