Now in Association with

Ashton Hayes Community Energy CIC

Located in rural Cheshire, Ashton Hayes is a well knit community of about 1000 people that is aiming to become England's first carbon neutral community. We started our journey in January 2006 and since then we have already cut our carbon dioxide emissions by 40% - by working together, sharing ideas and through behavioural change. We now have our community owned renewable energy company.

This website encapsulates our journey towards carbon neutrality and offers free advice and guidance. Please feel free to use anything from our website (we'd like a credit if you can).

Thursday
Dec012016

Global News Canada makes film about the village

Here is a lovely piece about the village and cafe. Worth a look. Thanks guys.

Thursday
Oct132016

Naturesave gives us £500 towards trenching works for solar PV

We are delighted that Naturesave Trust has given us a grant of £500 towards the cost of the cable trenching works we had to undertake to facilitate the new PV array on the primary school.

For more information click here.

Tuesday
Sep132016

NYT journalist Tatiana Schlossberg's view of Ashton Hayes life

Tatiana, who has recently put Ashton Hayes in the news around the world, has just been interviewed about her two day visit to our village on the US John Batchelor show. Have a listen

Monday
Sep122016

CNN clip on Ashton Hayes shown worldwide

CNN came to the village last week and produced this short piece on the community efforts to reduce our footprint. Thanks to everyone who spared time to be interviewed.

Monday
Aug222016

Global media coverage for Ashton Hayes

On 21 and 23 August the carbon neutral aspirations of the village were featured on the front page of the New York Times and the Daily Telegraph. Tatiana Schlossberg of the NYT spent two days in the village in July and we'd like to thank everyone who took time out during the village fete to speak with her. The photographers also took many photos but only used a few, sadly.

On 23r August the village will also feature on BBC World Service Breakfast radio.