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The Aim - to become Carbon Neutral by 2022
Community Survey

The leaders of the School, Community Association, Church and Cricket Club have agreed to work together in order to explore options for reducing energy and water consumption and ultimately to make their buildings Carbon Neutral within 2 years.

This is an ambitious yet achievable goal that will require expertise, considerable initial investment and YOUR SUPPORT.

We are not asking you to make donations or commit your time and effort by doing anything in particular (unless you wish to be part of this effort and project), we just need to understand your and the community’s level of support and involvement to become carbon neutral by 2022.

Selby District Council through the Western Community Engagement Forum (WCEF) actively support this project and recognise our community effort and endeavours in working towards carbon neutral buildings and being the role model for other communities to follow.

Kate Urwin, the Yorkshire Energy Doctor (, has provided excellent guidance and suggested we can apply for a grant for a feasibility study of our project from the Rural Community Energy Fund.

A feasibility study is a formalised, written approach to evaluating our project. It will help us to identify:
• If our idea is viable or not; • Useful facts and figures to aid our decision-making; • Alternative approaches and solutions to put our idea into practice.

However, in order to secure that funding we have to demonstrate that we have COMMUNITY SUPPORT for the project. If successful, we will share the findings of the feasibility study before we progress with the sustainable energy options.

All we ask of our friends, neighbours and community is to complete a short survey to gauge the level of interest.

It should only take about 5 minutes to complete. Please complete the survey now online or return your paper survey to Monk Fryston Post Office.

This Community Survey is being conducted by: -

The Steering Group of the Monk Fryston and Hillam Community Building Sustainability Project.
Details of the Steering Group members can be found on the accompanying information.
If you require any further information please contact the Project Manager Ray Newton
Telephone number 01977 682084 or 07706 795334

Printed with the help of Hillam Parish Council and Monk Fryston Primary School.

GDPR Privacy Policy - Security of your contact details

If you have put your name forward as interested in providing assistance, help and /or expertise to the project this confirms that we can use and store your personal information in the context that we describe here and be assured that we are committed to ensuring that your contact information is safe and secure.  In order to prevent unauthorised access or disclosure of your data, we have put in place suitable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information you provide; online, in hard-copy or by telephone.

Why we ask for this information

·  We have asked you to provide your contact details in order to keep you informed about the project.

· To understand the levels and geographical spread of interest in the project.

What we do with the information we gather

· Personal details will not be shared with any other third parties.

· Comments/views may be included in the grant applic

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* 1. To what extent do you support the notion of our Community Buildings becoming Carbon Neutral by 2022?

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* 2. If the Sustainable Community Buildings Project proves viable, what level of personal involvement would you consider? (Please tick all that apply)

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* 3. If you are happy to do so please provide your post code
This will tell us the geographical spread of opinions but not your identity.

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* 4. If you have answered Yes to Q2 please provide your preferred contact details so that we can keep you informed and contact you if we need your help.
Name, Phone number, Email address

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