In light of the recent uncertainty we are facing with COVID-19, we have reviewed our duty of care to the health of openers, volunteers and visitors, and our responsibility to limit the risk of the virus spreading, and have taken the difficult decision to postpone Bristol Green Doors.
However, the rescheduled date for Bristol Green Doors weekend will be 12-13 September 2020.
Between now and September we will be closely monitoring the official guidance and will keep interested parties informed with updates about plans and timelines for the rescheduled event.
Check out the action from Bristol Green Doors 2019
When 12 homeowners across the city opened their doors to welcome hundreds of visitors into their homes and share their experience of installing a range of energy saving improvements. Read more about the event here.
And watch this video to see a snippet of what goes on over the weekend.
About Bristol Green Doors
Bristol Green Doors open weekends are an opportunity to visit homes which have been made more comfortable, cheaper to heat and kinder to the environment. To see what can be done in a home just like yours, and hear from people who have already gone through the process.
Since 2010 thousands of people all over Bristol have visited green open homes at these free events, finding inspiration and real-life tips that they have gone on to use in their own homes.
As of 2018 Bristol Green Doors is run by Bristol-based charity, the Centre for Sustainable Energy, with funding from government as part of a new initiative called Futureproof.
Futureproof offers homeowners and contractors in the West of England a much needed independent, impartial and supportive service to help them carry out energy saving home improvements and refurbishments with confidence.