The much loved community event in Sneinton returned to Trickett's Park, Greenway Community Centre and Nottingham REMOURBAN partners were there to celebrate the local community, share REMOURBAN news and talk to local peple about ways to save money on energy bills.
Over 500 local people came to the festival to enjoy local bands, spoken word artists and an array of street food.
We were there to spread the word about the REMOURBAN project update people as to progress and to hear their ideas for future regeneration and energy efficiency projects in their neighbourhood.
Nottingham Energy Partnership spoke with Windmill Lane homeowners to encourage them to apply for the eternal wall insulation grant that is still available in their area to qualifying homes.
Nottingham City Council showcased an electric car and promoted the Enterprise Car Club scheme that is coming to Sneinton - hub and charging point where an electric car will be available to hire by the hour.
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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 646511