This year saw more than 180 community projects apply for funding with over 100,000 people voting for their favourite community energy project.
“The savings we will be able to make as a result of the installation will help us to run our music-making activities, workshops and live music projects that inspire, enrich and transform people’s lives.”
For more information on the project please visit https://www.mandsenergyfund.com/
Jonathan Hazeldine, Head of Mamp;S Energy, said: “Our community energy fund has grown from strength to strength over the last three years; this year for the first time ever we surpassed 100,000 public votes.
“We were bowled over by the innovation and creativity displayed by this year’s community projects. The fund is a great way for us to connect with some brilliantly innovative energy projects and reach our commitment to help at least 200 communities to reduce their carbon footprint as part of Plan A 2025.”
Created as a space where local musicians can rehearse, where young people can learn to play music and where artists from around the world can perform, Wiltshire Music Centre is a creative hub for the community.