PastEvents2010

Wind Turbine Making Workshop 3rd-5th September 2010

See a short video of the wind turbine we made at our Wind Turbine Making Workshop and some pictures of how we made it.

Renewable Energy at Home 6th July 2010

About 60 people (not including the speakers and helpers) came to hear about how we can deploy solar electricity, solar hot water and air or ground source heat pumps in our homes. Also how much money we can earn from the Feed in Tariff (FIT) by doing so, and the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) which will be introduced next year. The evening was split into two parts - first we listened to some experts and also to householders who had installed systems tell us about their experiences. Then we split into groups to discuss the different topics in more detail.

Thanks to Lush for supporting this event!


Mark Norman of Solarworks showing his group a modern evacuated tube solar hot water.

The heat pumps discussion group.

Andy Rankin of Midsummer Energy shows us what a solar PV panel looks like

Story Competition Award Ceremony 23rd June 2010

Our story competition attracted 82 stories set in 2050 and there was a huge range, covering trips in time machines, traffic accidents, corporate conspiracy and every day lives - of children, market traders and police detectives. You can download and read the shortlisted stores here. The award ceremony was held on 23rd June in Michaelhouse and it was great fun. All the judges were there, including Colin Greenland and Jill Dawson to congratulate the competitors and announce the winners.

Electing Hustings 28th April 2010

Nearly 200 people came to the hustings at Emmanuel United Reform Church on Trumpington Street. More details here

Trumpington Seedy Sunday 2010 Sunday 17th January 2010

Over 100 people came to swap and purchase seeds for fruit and vegetables, including rare and delisted varieties. More pictures and information here

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