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We aim to raise public awareness among the residents of Woodstock and beyond on the issues of climate change, energy conservation, waste reduction, recycling, bio-diversity, sustainable economics and respect for the planet. 
We are working in partnership with Oxfordshire County Council, West Oxfordshire District Council, local schools and churches, Blenheim Palace and the Farmers Market and the Woodstock trade association, Wake Up to Woodstock

Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation

The Oxon Affordable Warmth Network is pleased to be accessing ECO grants in partnership with British Gas to offer free, A-rated replacement boilers to homeowners and private renting tenants whose boilers are rated D or below and are in receipt of certain benefits. This includes:

Residents in receipt of:

·         Child tax credit

·         State Pension Credit

·         Aged 60 or over and in receipt of Working Tax Credit


·         Income-related employment and support allowance

·         Income-based job seeker’s allowance 

·         Income Support, or

·         Working Tax Credit with a relevant income of £15, 860 or less

And who also:

·         Receive the work-related activity or support component of the income-related employment and support allowance

·         Have parental responsibility for a child under the age of 16 or up to their 20th birthday if they are in full-time non-advanced education who ordinarily reside with that member

·         Or are in receipt of certain disability payments, including: child tax credit which includes a disability or sever disability element; a disabled child premium, a disability premium, enhanced disability premium or sever disability premium; or a pensioner premium, higher pensioner premium or enhanced pensioner premium.

An easy way to check your eligibility and to discover how else we can assist you is via our freephone helpline: 0800 107 0044. We’re encouraging organisations to send this to any organisations or groups that this may be applicable to. Please contact us via the helpline

0800 107 0044  Our friendly staff are available Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.

Or email us: awn@nef.org.uk  More details on the The Oxfordshire Affordable Warmth Network poster

Funding is only available for a limited time, so please don’t delay.  

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:-
www.energymyway.co.uk or telephone
01865 733230

For this Group Buying Scheme, Sustainable Woodstock is working with Kidlington Against Climate Change, Sustainable Kirtlington and Low Carbon Oxford North under the umbrella of the Oxford Community Group.

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.