Sustainable Woodstock

We aim to raise public awareness among the residents of Woodstock and beyond on the climate emergency, energy conservation, sustainable travel, waste reduction, recycling, bio-diversity, sustainable economics and respect for the planet. 
We are working with local councils, Woodstock Town Council, local schools and churches, Blenheim Palace, local businesses, the Farmers Market and the Woodstock trade association, Wake Up to Woodstock

Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation

Imagine a home that’s warm in winter and cool in summer. A home that doesn’t cost the earth to heat or cool on those extreme weather days. A home which feels serene the moment you walk in, emanates that feeling of healthy fresh air and is damp and mould free. A home where you are comfortable, no matter what time of day it is or what season it is.

Sounds like your dream home, but you don’t know where to start?

It doesn’t have to be just a dream, It can very much be your reality.

Cosy Homes Oxfordshire is here to help.

Cosy Homes Oxfordshire is a home retrofit service that wants to help YOU live in cosier, healthier and more energy efficient homes. It is supported by local and national partners: Low Carbon Hub, the National Energy Foundation and RetrofitWorks.

From small jobs that can make a big difference like installing insulation and fixing heating systems, to major home improvement projects like whole house eco refurbishments, Cosy Homes Oxfordshire have the trusted team homeowners can rely on.

Sustainable Woodstock's Solar PV Buying Group

Since our launch of the Solar PV Group buying scheme in July 2011, our preferred bidder, EnergyMyWay has installed photo-voltaic panels on more than a dozen homes in the town. This is a great start to our campaign for renewable energy generation in Woodstock and a wise investment for those residents who have taken the plunge.

For property specific enquiries and to request a FREE survey contact EnergyMyWay at:- or telephone
01865 733230

For this Group Buying Scheme, Sustainable Woodstock worked with Kidlington Against Climate Change, Sustainable Kirtlington and Low Carbon Oxford North under the umbrella of the Oxford Community Group.  The project has now CLOSED.

A summary of the group buying scheme can be read if you click here.
The Oxford Community Group Memorandum of Understanding with EnergyMyWay can be read here.
The Oxford Community Group
"Working Documentation" can be read here

Other contractor/installers tendering for the Oxford Community Group buying scheme were:-

Midland Felt Roofing,

One of Woodstock's major employers, Midland Felt Roofing, has moved to new premises. Their new offices and warehouse is located in the old Field Barn Farm buildings just north of the town as you head towards Chippy. Managing Director Paul Snell has specified the highest levels of energy efficiency for his new buildings. To read more about this textbook example of how to design energy efficient offices click here.

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