Ros Kerslake, Chief Executive of the Heritage Lottery Fund, announces that HLF will be encouraging their grantees to become part of Fit for the Future. The announcement was made today during a keynote speech at our annual membership event, the Network Harvest. The Heritage Lottery Fund will be working closely with us to help […]
I attended COP23 in Bonn, Germany as a representative of the International National Trust organisation (INTO) and the National Trust in Wales. But I also attended as a concerned father. What was on my mind? How can we save future generations from picking up our bill for mismanaging the planet, and how can we better share with, and learn from, others?
The RNLI – a charity with a mission to save lives at sea – have 238 lifeboat stations around the country, and a 24 hour on-call rescue service. Many of these lifeboat stations pose challenges: they are aging buildings, and contribute to a third of the charity’s total energy costs.
Money lost through wasted energy is money that could have been spent on saving more lives at sea, so the RNLI are keen to make them as efficient as possible.
Victoria Limbrick and Robert Jeans, RNLI’s Energy Manager and Estates Engineer respectively, are on a mission to ensure that these 238 stations are fit for purpose and cost effective.