How Caple Court, How Caple, Herefordshire

How Caple Court stands to the North of the thirteenth century Parish Church of St Andrew and St Mary in the old Hundred of Greytree. Standing on a small bluff overlooking the River Wye, it has wonderful southerly views across the valley towards the Welsh hills and the edge of the Forest of Dean. These […]

Whitewells Farm, Ridgeway Cross, Worcestershire

On the edge of the picturesque hamlet of Ridgeway Cross is Whitewells Farm. It is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty amidst ten acres of unspoilt countryside on the Herefordshire, Worcestershire border. With south facing views of the Malvern Hills it is a haven of peace and tranquillity and is the perfect base […]

Wood biomass breathes new life into ancient church

An ancient church, St Peter’s in the aptly named Peterchurch in Herefordshire, has been given a new lease of life thanks to a renovation which sees this once draftee building updated with a modern-core, kept warm by under floor heating powered by a 65kW HDG wood-pellet boiler from Euroheat. Now used as a community centre, […]

Little Tarrington Farm, Herefordshire

Farm Owner, Jonathan Samwells recently made the smart move to make the roof of one of his farm buildings into a financial investment. Jonathan had previous dealings with the Efficient Energy Centre as we had also recently installed a HDG Compact 200 Woodchip Boiler and a small domestic solar photovoltaic installation on his farmhouse meter. […]