At the heart of WREN is the Community Fund which exists to benefit the whole community (you can find out more about the Community Fund by clicking here). For this to work properly, we need everyone to take an interest or even better still, get involved with WREN.
It is WREN's members who decide how the Community Fund will be spent, which local projects will benefit from it and fundamentally help to shape our future community and the town in which we live.
The team (of mostly volunteers) at WREN are constantly working to bring new initiatives and incredible offers to the area, all designed to help reduce fuel bills and save you money. As a not for profit organisation, we don’t have the funding to spend out on constant advertising, so our membership database is vital when it comes to communicating this information. If nothing else, just by being a member, receiving the information we send out (and maybe passing it on to a few friends and family along the way) really helps us to achieve our goal to put more money into the Community Fund.
Membership costs just £1 and you can join WREN by calling into the Energy Shop on the Platt, or you can download this form and send it, along with UK stamps to the value of £1 to:MembershipThe Energy ShopHamilton HouseThe PlattWadebridgePL27 7AA
We are run by people power! The more you get involved the more we can make happen.
Volunteering at WREN is a great way to meet new people, learn new skills, get involved with the local community and add to your CV. WREN would not exist without the amazing team of volunteers that run the energy shop, offer advice to visitors and help out at events.
A £10,000 fund is available for community projects to benefit people living in Wadebridge, St Kew, St Mabyn and Egloshayle.
The money comes from the Middle Treworder Solar Farm under a “Section 106” agreement made when it was given permission to go ahead, and is available as grants to voluntary and not-for-profit organisations and community groups in the area around the solar farm.Read more...
Falmouth University students have designed the future – or some aspects of it at least. The students, supported by Wadebridge Renewable Energy Network, worked with local people to develop ideas to improve life and business using superfast broadband technology and turn the ideas into designs. Their projects are now on display at WREN’s Energy Shop in Wadebridge.Read more...
75 children from primary schools in the Wadebridge area seized the opportunity to design WREN’s new Wr5 note.Read more...