Thinking outside the box – Solar Power for Wolves Lane!

HERE COMES THE SUN!!!

The Ubele team at Wolves Lane is asking all Wolves Lane fans, supporters, Haringey community and friends to support a crowdfunding effort to raise money for

SOLAR POWER AT WOLVES LANE

Palmhouse and Café!

… please visit spacehive.com/wolveslanepalmhouse  and help make your community garden centre stronger, more sustainable, and better able to serve Haringey!

The team says:

  • ” Our plan is to provide:-
  • * Solar electricity to heat the Wolves Lane Palm House, to preserve a much loved public amenity with hothouse plants, koi carp and terrapins for local families to visit and for schools to have nature study lessons
  • * Sustainable heating for the café, an educational and community meeting space
  • * Insulation and innovative heat retention measures like compost ‘hot boxes’ to minimise need for artificial heat
  • * Spare power to sell to the grid to fund other activities on site The Wolves Lane site:-
  • * Grows organic food, for sale and free for homeless people’s projects
  • * Houses an organic box scheme
  • * Trains volunteers in horticulture
  • * Runs school visits to study plants and food growing
  • * Provides an event space for community groups
  • * Is open to the public on Sundays with sales of plants, food produced on site, cooked food stalls and bike repair service

What we’ll deliver:

  • Use renewable energy to heat the Palm House and cafe
  • Restore an educational and social space for the local community  “

Find out more and donate at spacehive.com/wolveslanepalmhouse !!!

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