Reducing our carbon footprint with LED lighting

Thanks to a Climate Emergency Fund grant from Community Foundation for Calderdale, we have been able to install LED lighting at four of our Children’s Centres: Elland, Kevin Pearce, Ash Green and Creations.

Tina Wilkes, CEO at North Halifax Partnership, said “Here at North Halifax Partnership, we are always looking for ways to reduce our carbon footprint. LED bulbs can be up to 80% more energy efficient than conventional bulbs, and waste far less energy than other styles of lighting, so this grant has helped us to continue looking after our planet.”


The Community Foundation for Calderdale helps local people do extraordinary things. They fund and support a vast range of activities that help young people, older people and disabled people, as well as homelessness, sports, environmental, education, and mental health projects, plus everything in between.

The Community Foundation for Calderdale works with local communities to inspire and encourage projects that they want to see, to make their neighbourhoods happier, healthier and safer places to be.

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