The first load of heat logs has arrived. Further loads will arrive in the next couple of days. This year’s heat logs are a different brand. Click here for the leaflet which comes with these heat logs.
I’m sure you will be delighted to hear that a new supply of heat logs has been secured and should be with us in the next couple of weeks.
Any requests for other fuel sources or money made in the last couple of days will be disregarded.
Ellingham Community Trust apologise for the inconvenience caused.
Happy New Year.
We apologise but we have been let down by a local supplier of heat logs over the Christmas period who cannot now supply us. Supplies around the country are extremely tight and it is proving difficult to get hold of the quantity that we need in bulk and at an affordable price although it is possible to buy small quantities from local heat suppliers or the internet
We are hoping to be able to get some within the next few weeks but if you would rather have a pallet of hardwood logs or the cash payment, please for let us know and we can arrange this.
We can’t promise at this stage that we shall be able to even get Heat Logs this winter.
The heat logs scheduled to arrive at the beginning of December have been delayed until ‘before Christmas’. We will try to get these to those who have ordered them as soon as they arrive.
The next Trust meeting is 14th February 2019.
Ellingham Community Trust wish all parishioners a Happy Christmas and New Year.
Ellingham Community Trust Fund is a Charitable Trust funded by Wandylaw Wind Farm Ltd to be disbursed for benefit of the community and parishioners of Ellingham. The fund is managed by a board of six trustees selected by Ellingham Parish Council with at least one Parish Councillor having a place on the Trust. The purpose of the Trust is to support developments for the benefit of the communities and individuals within Ellingham Parish. The activities must provide some measure of economic, environmental, educational, social or cultural benefit for people living in the parish. Wandylaw Wind Farm Company Ltd will pay the agreed figure of £36,869 annually into the Trust Fund while the Wandylaw Wind Farm is operational. The Trust is also working closely with Ellingham Parish Council to develop a Neighbourhood Plan for the community.