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  • Haddenham Food Waste project

    Launching at Vale Harvest food market in the village hall on Saturday 5th March (9am to 1pm), ahead of the UK’s food waste action week. The average family of four in the UK could save just over £60 a month…

  • Thermal Imaging Scanner

    Zero Carbon Haddenham have a handheld Thermal Imaging Scanner available for loan to Haddenham village residents. This device is like a camera which takes special infra-red pictures which can be used to reveal any hotspots caused by poor insulation where…

  • More trees go in – this time in Sheerstock Park

    Huge thanks to the hardy group of people who turned out this morning to plant trees, despite the wind, cold, rain and snow! We had a successful time and got 13 trees planted. We have volunteers to water some of…

  • More trees for Haddenham as part of the reLEAF project

    Buckinghamshire Council (BC)  recently made a successful bid to the Local Authority Treescapes fund. Part of that bid included trees for Haddenham which the reLEAF project team requested (various other community groups around the county also requested trees and will…

  • Haddenham Repair Cafe

    Re-starting this Saturday 6th November 2021 09:30 to 12:30 – Haddenham Village Hall The Haddenham Repair Cafe is a project of Zero Carbon Haddenham, and its aim is to encourage ‘repairing’ rather than ‘replacing’ as the logical first step when…

  • No dig gardening

    – why it’s good for you, your plants and the planetA short online talk by Kirsten Shaw with optional visit to our allotment plot Talk – 7.30pm Thurs 23 SeptAllotment visit – 10.30am Sat 25 Sept Please email info@nullzeroch.org to…

  • Interested in discounted solar panels?

    Haddenham Solar Streets is a group buying scheme. It is run by Solar PV installer IDDEA who are making discounted panels available to homeowners and businesses in Haddenham. For every completed installation, a contribution will be made towards a Community…

  • The first reLEAF tree planting session!

    A group from the reLEAF team, along with some nearby residents, planted five trees this morning on a small patch of parish council owned land on Sheerstock. The trees are four apples: Discovery; Braeburn; Lanes Prince Albert; Reverend Wilks, and…