Southwell group sees inside Sleaford Renewable Energy Plant
Sleaford Renewable Energy Plant welcomed a group from the Southwell U3A on June 27th, and on the same day a group from the Lincolnshire branch of the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport also visited. Both groups were shown the inner workings of the power plant - seeing how the plant burns straw to generate renewable electricity for homes and businesses in the region, and how it provides free heat to a local school, sports clubs and the main office of North Kesteven District Council.
Any bona fide group, interested in visiting the Sleaford plant, should contact Paul Taylor - [email protected]
We can host a single group of no more than 12 people. Each person must be able to walk unaided. Children in Year 7 and above are welcome.