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Energy Audit for All Saints Church February 2019
Support for the plans of CC2020... [more]

Diocesan Vision
How does the CC2020 vision fit in with the Diocesan vision for a more Christ like church?... [more]

Our first Grant as announced at the 09:30 service today 16/12/18
Approval has been given for £3,000 to be made available to our CC2020 project. ... [more]

More illustrations related to plans from our architect
Our architect has now started to visualise areas that will involve change within and without of the current building.... [more]

Happy Birthday to the Building
825 Years old (at least)... [more]

Presentation of Project to the Town Council
Members of the Council were very supportive of the project.... [more]

The Team is Growing
What skills could you bring to the team?... [more]

Heritage Days - Sunday Specials
There are 'Treasures' other than the communion items at All Saints church Wokingham... [more]

National Heritage Open Days 2018, Sept 6th ~9th and 13th~16th September
Look out for our special displays that will support the Heritage Open Days this year. ... [more]

Friday 22nd June 2018
Audio Presentation of Launch... [more]

Thursday 21st June 2018
Public Consultation has now started... [more]

All Saints Church launch the CC2020 project!
On 21st June All Saints Church will formally launch the CC2020 project to revitalise the church building to make it more... [more]

Clear support from the DAC!
The project to revitalise our church building has seen a major step forward. Our preferred general plan has been given s... [more]

Energy Audit for All Saints Church February 2019

Support for the plans of CC2020

All Saints Church is one of the first churches to have completed an energy audit completed as part of a Diocesan scheme to help all churches save energy ( Click here ); Matt Fulford who did the audit  is an experienced energy auditor and a CIBSE Low Carbon Energy Assessor.  He looked  at the church as it is and considered our CC2020 plans and has agreed with our ideas for an underfloor system but has encouraged us to run this all the time at about 14 degrees and to top up with panel radiators or fan convectors for places and times of day that need  and to install as much solar PV as can be done on the nave roof without it being visible from the road.