Meet the people behind #gettingtheterracedone – part 1

Meet the CLT! This is the first in a series of spotlights on our wonderful members who are #gettingtheterracedone.

‘Hi, my name is Donna & I’ve lived in Anfield all of my life.
I initially became a volunteer for Homebaked Bakery after calling in for some pies – and I was then asked if I would like to become a volunteer on a Tuesday evening, making pies for match days with other volunteers; I said ‘yes’ and really looked forward to going on Tuesday as I met some lovely people and I have many happy memories of those days.
I was then asked to become a member of the Homebaked CLT and since then I have had input into the planning of the terraces on Oakfield Road in Anfield. This was a very exciting time watching the plans developed at meetings and going to see different developments on Granby Street and an ‘upside down house’ in Manchester.
I care deeply about the local environment and community and am now really excited to see how the terrace develops!’

Cosy Homes Club: DIY Draughtproofing with Carbon Coop

Written by Tom Doubtfire, Cosy Homes Club Citizen researcher Last week we were joined at Kitty’s Launderette by Laurence and Lorenza from Carbon Co-op (, for our DIY Draughtproofing workshop. We learnt that around 15% of heat loss is from draughts. There is a difference between draughts and ventilation as well: a draught is classed […]

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Cosy Homes Club: Capacity building with our local team

After recruiting a team of local Energy Champions and Citizen Researchers, our first collective training workshop was held in an appropriately cosy room at Everton In the Community, just before Christmas. We begin by sitting down together for lunch for a chance to chat and get to know each other a little, and then spent […]

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Our 2023 Annual Report

Read our 2023 Annual Report below, or download it here.

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