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Transition TavistockEnergy Savers at HomeSaturday 18th and Sunday 19th January 201410am to 4pmTransition Tavistock welcomes you to ‘Energy Savers atHome’: an opportunity to find out how other localhomeowners are conserving energy or generating it from arenewable source.This booklet provides details on each home, what energyfeatures can be seen, a map to find the house, and whenthey will be open to view.Mini-bus tours are also available morning and afternoon.Further details are inside, please contact us to book a place.Small Print: no admission charges and all visits are made at your own risk ask any questions, that is the main purpose of the event no specific facilities for the disabled no dogs please, unless you have checked in advanceEco-FairSaturday 25th January 201410am to 4pm at Tavistock CollegeDetails insidewww.transitiontavistock.org.uk transitiontavistock@gmail.com

Overview Map of Open Homes1 49 Milton Crescent,Tavistock2 48 West Street, Tavistock3 Tiddybrook House,Tavistock4 Lumburn Rise, Tavistock5 Stourton Farm, SampfordSpiney6 Dartmoor Holidays, OldSowtontown7 Youlditch Farm House,Peter Tavy8 Bush Park, Brentor9 East Quither Farm,Quither10 Artiscombe Farm, Millhill11 3 Morwellham Cottages,Morwellham12 The Counthouse, WeirQuay13 Rumour, Collytown, BereFerrers14 Keeper's Cottage,Tamerton Foliot15 12 Woolwell Drive,Roborough‘Energy Savers at Home’ is organised by Transition Tavistock andsupported by The Energy Saving Trustwww.transitiontavistock.org.uk

Tavistock and Area Open HomesEnergy Saving FeaturesA selection of fifteen homes are open to visit from across the area,offering a variety of energy saving features. Check the schedule of Opening Times for availability.You can travel under your own steam or join a tour (see tour schedule).More detailed information is available for each home onwww.transitiontavistock.org.uk.

Schedule of Opening Times

Bus and Walking Tours ScheduleA number of toursare available on bothSaturday and Sunday18th and 19th January.Viewing homes as agroup is alwayspopular , enablingparticipants todiscuss and learnfrom each otheralong the way.All tours will leavefrom BedfordSquare* in Tavistock.To join a tour pleasebook a place* byemailing or callingKate Royston(kate.Royston@robbeesmole.com; 07969569-444) you canalso call on the dayand see if places areavailable.Saturday 18th JanuaryWalking tour 1: 10:00StartHome 2Home 3Home 1Finish10:00 Bedford Square48 West Street, TavistockTiddybrook House, Tavistock49 Milton Crescent, Tavistock13:00 Approximate TimeBus tour 1: 10:00StartHome 5Home 6Home 7Finish10:00 Bedford SquareStourtown Farm, SampfordSpineyDartmor Holidays, OldSowtontownYoulditch, Peter Tavy13:00 Approximate TimeBus tour 2:Start13:3013:30 Bedford SquareHome 14Keepers Cottage, Tamerton Foliot12 Woolwell Drive, RoboroughHome 15Finish16:00 Approximate TimeSunday 19th JanuaryWalking tour 2: 10:00StartHome 2Home 3Finish10:00 Bedford Square48 West Street, TavistockTiddybrook House, Tavistock12:00 Approximate TimeBus tour 3:10:00Start10:00 Bedford SquareHome 4Lumburn Rise, TavistockArtiscombe Farn, MillhillHome 10Finish12:00 Approximate TimeBus tour 4:Start12:3012:30 Bedford Square3 Morwellham Cottages,MorwellhamHome 11The Counthouse, Weir QuayHome 12Home 13Rumour, ColleytownFinish16:00 Approximate Time*In case of bad weather please wait under the arch way by the Tourist Information OfficeA small contribution will be requested for bus tours to cover fuel costs.

Home 149 Milton Crescent,PL19 9AL TavistockMike and Jenny DennisSolar PV, Insulation, Energy savingdevicesOpen: See opening timesBus Tour: Walking tourPhone: 01822 618142Details: Roof mounted Solar PV (3.87 KW) with 4kw grid tie inverter One years monitoring history Modern boiler and controls Green tariff electricity Range of solar powered energy saving devicesDirections: Up Down Road, Left into Down Park Drive, at T junction turnright and then immediately left. We are on the right.Public transport: Bus stop at the bottom of Deer Park Lane.Parking: In the roadFor more detailed information on ‘energy saving at home’ at the Dennis’s go to www.transitiontavistock.org.uk

Home 248 West Street,Tavistock, PL19 8JZRichard BakerWood pellet boiler, solar PV, energy monitoring, double glazing,low energy lighting, battery storage for electrical devices,technical advice availableOpen: See opening timesBus Tour: Walking TourPhone: 01822 611451Details:Pellet heater and pellet boiler to do the hot water and under floorheating. PV panels on the roof. Highly insulated house, low energylighting on full battery support throughout. Sophisticated hot watercylinder designed to use stratification of heat and ensure the gas backupboiler remains in condensing mode and operating at maximumefficiency. All appliances are AA or AAA rated.Directions: Top of west street opposite the funeral directors. Large oakdoor and granite step with light in it.Public transport:From bus station,up the hill betweenMethodist church &dentistParking: On roadFor more detailed information on ‘energy saving at home’ at 48 West Street go to www.transitiontavistock.org.uk

Home 3Tiddybrook HouseBrook Lane, Tavistock, PL19 9DPJeremy DaviesGround source heat pump(river based), Insulation, heat managementOpen: 10:00 to 16:00 Phone: 01822 618583Bus Tour: Walking TourDetails: New build highly insulated – floor, walls, double glazing etc. Old building restoration 11kw ground source heat pump using river water with riparianrights Ventilation utilising rooflight convection Computer controlled heating management system Large glazed areas for solar gain and natural daylightingDirections:In Brook Laneopposite thetrading estate,before thebridge over theTiddybrookParking: On roador nearbyFor more detailed information on ‘energy saving at home’ at Tiddybrook House go to www.transitiontavistock.org.uk

Home 4Lumburn RiseCallington Road, Tavistock PL19 8HPPaul & Heather Richardson‘In-progress’ 1930’s farmhouse self buildrenovation & extension with many low energyfeatures including off grid PV & small windturbineOpen: 10:00 to 16:00Bus Tour: YesPhone: 01822 613868Details: Passive gain from glazed two story extension Whole-house heat-recovery ventilation system Under floor heating from thermal store Off grid PV and 1.5kW wind turbine Secondary & double glazing Cavity wall insulation Wall secondary internal thermal layer 24v LED light system in developmentDirections:Last house in Tavistock onA390 to Gunnislake.On left 100m outside of30mph zone.Parking: On road or nearbyFor more detailed information on ‘energy saving’ at Lumburn Rise go to www.transitiontavistock.org.uk

Home 5Stourtown FarmSampford Spiney, Yelverton PL20 6LDBeau DobsonBarn conversion in Dartmoor National Park, damptreatment, roof & wall insulation, wood stoves, GroundSource Heat Pump & Solar Photovataic (ground mounted)Open: 10:00 to 16:00Bus Tour: YesPhone: 01822 852933Details: DNPA rural planning controls limitaitons Self build renovation over six years Under floor drainage, insulation and heating Multifoil wall insulation, damp control & double glazing Airtightness Ground source heat pump using ground loopsDirections:From Tavistock across Whitchurch Down towards Stampford Spiney,but ignore the sign to Stampford Spiney and go straight on and turnfirst left – Stourtown Farm is at the next cornerParking: On road or nearbyFor more detailed information on ‘energy saving at home’ at Stourtown Farm go to www.transitiontavistock.org.uk

Home 6:Dartmoor Holidays,Old Sowtontown, Peter Tavy, PL19 9JRChris BoswellSolar thermal & PV, Wood boiler,Insulation, Methane collectionOpen: 10:00 to 16:00 Phone: 01822 810687Bus Tour: YesDetails: 25kw Vigas log boiler heat store servicing several buildings Technical advice available – installed boiler ourselves Some local sourcing of wood Experimental methane collection from septic tank & other Barn conversion using hemp/lime, Tri-iso and pavatex insulation Solar thermal installation with 12 yearsof experience Roof based solar PV installationDirections: Take Peter Tavyturning off A386, cross riverbridge and immediately forkright up Batteridge Hill. Attop of hill take left turn toSowtontown. Follow thelane to junction where weare on the right in acollection of old stone farmbuildingsParking: Drive in to yard.Park on large concrete apronPublic Transport: Bus stopat Peter Tavy crossFor more detailed information on ‘energy saving at home’ at the Boswell’s go to www.transitiontavistock.org.uk

Home 7Youlditch Farm House,Peter Tavy, PL19 9JRPeter and Angie SmithSolar thermal; air source heat pump;insulation methods; damp resolution;advice on listed property renovation!Open: 10:00 to 16:00 Phone: 01822 810154Bus Tour: YesDetails: Classical Devon long house with profound damp problems now resolved andincluding: - Extensive insulation and draught proofing- Under-floor heating- Heating controls- Solar thermal panels- Modern boiler New build studio with high level of insulation with air source heat pumpDirections:Turn off A386 at thesign to Peter Tavy. Pass CaravanPark on the right, over bridgeand bear left up the hill. Wherethe road turns left towardsPeter Tavy village, turn right upthe lane. From here the lanesare all narrow with passingplaces. Take the first left turnand left turn at the nextjunction. Continue up thewinding hill and take the firstright turn (no through roadsign). Carry on up this windingsteep hill lane to Youlditch Farm(gate on right with cattle gridand drive way).Parking: At the farm houseYoulditchFor more detailed information on ‘energy saving at home’ at Youlditch go to www.transitiontavistock.org.uk

Home 8Bush ParkBrentor / Lydford, PL19 0NEAdrian and Sue HepworthSolar thermal; insulation; modern boiler;rain water harvesting; wood burning stove and woodmanagement; alpacas; experimental windOpen:10:00 to 16:00 Phone: 01822 820345Bus Tour: NoDetails:Solar thermal unit incorporating small solar PV cell to power pumpand recharge batteries of the control unit and related heat storeWood burnerRain water harvestingNew central heating boiler and controlsExperimental vertical wind turbinesSmall holding including alpaca’sDirections:Take Bank Road out of Tavistock. Drive for approx. 6 miles andBush Park is on the left just after the double bend sign & beforereaching Lydford Gorge.Parking:At Bush ParkPublic Transport:Bus 118 stops outside(request stop).For more detailed information on ‘energy saving at home’ at Bush Park go to www.transitiontavistock.org.uk

Home 9East Quither FarmChillaton, Tavistock PL19 0PZRichard SearightGround mounted PV array; solarswitch; wood burning stoveOpen: 10:00 to 16:00(excl. Sunday 10:00-12:00)Phone: 01822 860148Bus Tour: Not includedDetails: Grade II Listed property 4kw ground mounted PV array – 12 panels planning requirement to be on an ‘A’ frame in the garden Testing new solar switch to optimise utilisation of the panels Wood burning stoves Dress for the season!Directions:Approaching Chillaton from Tavistockthe lane to Quither is on the right on thehill down before the villageContinue to the end of the lane and turnvery hard left at the house with a waterwheel on it.We are at the end over a cattle gridParking: In front of houseFor more detailed information on ‘energy saving at home’ at East Quither Farm go to www.transitiontavistock.org.uk

Home 10Artiscombe Farm,Crease Lane, Mill Hill,Tavistock, PL19 8NNNick Porter40kw log boiler, accumulator tank and heat main; newheating system and controlsOpen: Sunday 19th only: 10:00 to 16:00Phone: 07712831384Bus Tour: YesDetails: 40kw log gasification boiler, with 2,500 litre accumulator tank(Eco Angus Orlingo 200) Replaced oil and coal burning devices – savings expected Included full central heating installation throughout houseand a heat main (hard work!) Solar PV not feasible due to limited capacity to connect tosupply lineDirections:From Drakes Statue towards Callington (up Callington Rd) takeright up Crease Lane opposite Church.1.5miles after pink Cottage, straight across cross road, as roadstarts to climb 150 metres on left.Farm at the end of private lane, entrance through left gate.Parking: AmpleFor more detailed information on ‘energy saving at home’ at Artiscombe Farm go to www.transitiontavistock.org.uk

Home 113 Morwellham CottagesTavistock PL19 8JLAndy MetcalfBiomass Boiler, Solar PV, Solarswitch; Air source heat pumpOpen: 10:00 to 16:00Bus Tour: YesDetails: House has wood pellet heating 3.4kW Solar PV system withimmersion power dumping Garage conversion with an Air SourceHeat PumpDirections:Follow the signs to Morwellham QuayThe cottages are beyond the museumParking: for 3 carsProfessional advice on all forms of renewable energydesign and installationNew Generation Energy LtdUnit 24, Crelake Industrial Estate, Pixon Lane,Tavistock, Devon. PL19 9AZPhone: 01822 833729Mob: 07896 560654www.newgenerationenergy.co.ukFor more detailed information on ‘energy saving at home’ at the Metcalf’s go to www.transitiontavistock.org.uk

Home 12The CounthouseTamar Union Smelting WorksWeir Quay, Devon PL20 7BTGeoff & Patricia MossGrade II listed building, roof and wallinsulation, underfloor heating, biomass boiler,heat recoveryOpen: 10:00 to 16:00 Phone: 01822 841393Bus Tour: YesDetails: Gradual restoration of the Smelting Works (Grade II listed),starting with the domestic accommodation Full thermal roof and wall insulation, Underfloor heating system with zoning Boiler flue heat recovery Efficient lighting and appliancesDirections:On approach to Bere Alston turn left at 30 mph signs,signposted to Weir Quay. Follow Weir Quay signs.The Works is on the RHS just past the red 'phone box.The Tamar is a further 100m down.Or a 20 minute walk from Bere Alston villageParking:Use the top car park or the road lower downFor more detailed information on ‘energy saving at home’ at The Counthouse go to www.transitiontavistock.org.uk

Home 13RumourCollytown, Bere Alston, PL20 7EDPete & Helen SilcockSolar PV, solar thermal,insulation, solar capture, innovative heat pump and heatstore, biomass boiler, full house heat recovery, etcOpen: 10:00 to 16:00Bus Tour: YesPhone: 01822 841005Details: New build part underground eco-home (near completion) Insulation includes concrete forms (ICF) for walls, floor and roof Solar PV panels (3.84KW) & vacuum solar thermal South facing conservatory for solar capture into heat store Innovative heat pump development with mass heat storage instone and water many other energy saving and efficiency featuresDirections: From Bere Alston road fork left to Bere Ferrers. Next left toCollytown. 1 ½ miles on the left. Not down steep hillParking: At the houseFor more detailed information on ‘energy saving at home’ at Rumour go to www.transitiontavistock.org.uk

Home 14Keeper's Cottage100 Coombe Lane, Tamerton Foliot,Plymouth, PL5 4LFRobert & Sara PlumbSolar PV, air source heat pump, wood burner (multi-fuel), insulation, biodigester, energy saving lights and devicesOpen: Saturday only 10:00 to 16:00Bus Tour: YesPhone: 01752 651125Details: Keeper’s Cottage is a 1936 listed building, with a modernextension completed in December 2011. Cavity wall injected insulation,loft insulation and a multi-fuel stove in the cottage, PV array, air sourceheat pump and fully insulated extension. Private water and wood supply.Bio-digester. Energy saving light bulbs.Directions: Entering Tameton Foliot from the Crownhill direction, you findCann House Residential Home on your right. At a sharp right bend, turn leftand proceed down Coombe Lane passing the Star Garage on your right. About½ mile down the lane the road divides, take the right hand fork, up a small hillpassing an electricity sub station on your right. You will see Keeper’s Cottageafter further 300 yards onyour right. Turn into thedrive and park.Public transport: BusNo.42, every 20 min fromRoyal Parade in Plymouthor from The George Parkand Ride. Bus stopopposite St Mary's parishchurch, about 50 yds pastthe turning to CoombeLane.For more detailed information on ‘energy saving at home’ at the Plumb’s go to www.transitiontavistock.org.uk

Home 1512 Woolwell DriveRoborough, Plymouth, PL6 7JPGeorge RichardsonSolar thermal, Solar PV, solar powered forced air system,automated controls, solar switch, monitoring, blackoutblindsOpen: 10:00 to 16:00Bus Tour: YesPhone: 01752 795633Details: 1.2kW automated solar power heated forced air supply 2.8kW solar powered, evacuated tube design domestic hot watersupply fitted to roof - automated 4.0kW solar PV array fitted to roof 4.0 kW electronic relay system fitted [trade name Gemma] toenable maximum amount of power generated to be retained withinproperty several simple roller black-out blinds fitted to collect heatDirections: Very close to Tesco Superstore in Roborough Plymouth.Our road is half way up from the roundabout on the A386 to theTesco Roundabout. House with scaffold.Public Transport: 600 yards walking distance from the bus stop onthe Woolwell roundabout.Parking: Ample on sreetFor more detailed information on ‘energy saving at home’ at the Richardson’s go to www.transitiontavistock.org.uk

Energy Savers Eco Fair – Saturday 25th JanuaryPlease join us at the Energy Savers Eco Fair - 10:00 to 16:00 Tavistock College, Crowndale Road, Tavistock, PL19 8DDMeet exhibitors for advice on energy conservation, renewable energy,woodfuel, planning, grants and more Join practical workshops providing advice on energy saving and DIYmeasures Enjoy inspirational presentations and discussions Bring the children – there will be an energy saving area for younger visitorsas well as practical activities Come and support Tavistock College Solar Schools campaign Light refreshments will be availableExhibitors include:Renewables and biomassHydropowerSolar switch technologyWood stoves and fluesWood fuel managementNatural building materials &insulationDIY materialsExternal Wall InsulationLightingCommunity EnergyDARE (Devon Action for Renewable Energy)New Generation EnergySouth West WaterAC & T Ltd.Elaine StovesLiz’s LogsMike Wye and AssociatesShields DIYGreen HusPure VisionPlymouth Energy CommunityTavistock & Tamar Energy NetworkElectric VehiclesEV MotionUpcott HouseLocal initiatives & organisations Roots to TransitionTamar Valley AONBTavistock Car ClubTavistock College Solar SchoolsTavistock Enterprise HubTavistock Woodlands GroupMore details – www.transitiontavistock.org.uk

Energy Savers at Home Saturday 18 th and Sunday 19 th January 2014 10am to 4pm Transition Tavistock welcomes you to ‘Energy Savers at Home’: an opportunity to find out how other local homeowners are conserving energy or generating it from a renewable source. This booklet pr

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