Switch to renewable energy and raise money for Kirkstall group

17 October 2019

A Kirkstall community organisation is encouraging people to sign up to a renewable energy provider – and help raise money for the group.

Kirkstall Valley Development Trust (KVDT) is aiming to bring to life to run-down Abbey Mills, St Anns Mill and 200 acres of parkland in West Leeds.

The group has teamed up with Yorkshire Energy, who will donate £20 a year to KVDT if people switch their energy supply to them.

Chris Hill, from KVDT, said the offer was ‘a chance to do something positive about your carbon footprint’ and support the trust as well.

Leeds-based Yorkshire Energy said in a statement:

“For each member that switches their energy supply to Yorkshire Energy (domestic and business), Yorkshire Energy will contribute to the Kirkstall Valley Development Trust by giving a proportion of profit back to them, supporting the local community.”

Switch your domestic electricity supplier here and quote/tick ‘Kirkstall Valley Development Trust’ when asked ‘How you heard about us?’. Business suppliers can sign up here.

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