Useful Links

“Many thanks for putting together the Tendering Masterclass, for presenting the information in an interesting and interactive way and for making Nicholas Electrical more confident in the tendering process.”
Jessica Nicholas, Nicholas Electrical, East Grinstead

Useful Links

 

Fit for the Future

The Fit for the Future Network is a free to join, nationwide solution-based network for not-for-profit organisations that want to reduce energy bills and better manage environmental impacts, co-ordinated by the National Trust and Ashden.

Fit for the FutureThe Network has over 80 members including some of the UK’s largest landowning organisations, community energy groups, councils and universities. The Network hosts events and site visits as well as encourages project collaboration and informal peer-reviews amongst members. It’s about matching needs and questions with experience and answers. www.fftf.org.uk

 

New PictureSustainable Exhibitions for Museums

A group for museum and gallery professionals to share knowledge on how to improve the sustainability of the design, production and staging of exhibitions. Quarterly meetings, a great blog and informative newsletter.
www.sustainable-exhibitions.co.uk

 

Julie’s Bicycle

JB – Logo FinalJulie’s Bicycle is a global charity aiming to bridge the gap between environmental sustainability and the creative industries. As well as offering events and consultancy services, a range of useful guides, factsheets and other resources are available on their website. www.juliesbicycle.com

Utilise Plus Event Report: Business Networking Breakfast in Brighton

The Sustainable Business Partnership CIC welcomed delegates bright and early to Brighton, for a Business Networking Breakfast. This event was held as part of the SBP CIC’s ongoing Utilise Plus programme, which helps small and medium sized enterprises to reduce their energy use and save them money in the process. The SBP CIC’s Jack Dale […]
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Utilise Plus Case Study: Spellman High Voltage Electronics

In Spring 2018, Spellman High Voltage Electronics was awarded a Utilise Plus grant of £3,500 for their LED lighting project. The Utilise Plus programme is funded by the European Regional Development Fund and offers grant funding and business support to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The programme helps these organisations to reduce their energy usage, […]
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Upcoming Events

  • 11/01/2019 9:30 amSustainability Tour of Weald & Downland Museum, Singleton
  • 31/01/2019Energy Saving Workshop, Horsham
  • 08/02/2019 9:00 amBusiness Networking Breakfast, Worthing
  • 13/02/2019 9:30 amSustainability Tour of Shoreham Port, Southwick
  • 07/03/2019 9:30 amEnergy Saving Workshop, Arundel
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