About Us

We are a social enterprise based in North Lancashire offering households free advice and support with energy issues. Our aims are to help people stay warm and well, and to make homes more sustainable!

So far we have achieved the following positive outcomes for Lancashire.

You can find out more about our achievements in our Impact Report for 2020.

Households helped

Lifetime bill savings

tonnes of Co2e emissions avoided

Champions Trained

Surplus invested in local community

Our Team

Georgina Sommerville

Georgina Sommerville

(she/her) • Director

Georgina has a background in social housing, charity development and quality assurance management. She is a chartered member of the Chartered Institute of Housing and oversees the operational delivery of Green Rose’s programmes

James Sommerville

James Sommerville

(he/him) • Director

James has worked in the energy industry for over eight years in various roles across the public, private and community sectors. He is a Practitioner of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment and leads on Green Rose’s financial and business development functions.

Alexandra Wolfenden

Alexandra Wolfenden

(she/her) • Director

Alex is the Director of a charitable trust that supports vulnerable people and their families to achieve their goals, including providing secure and sheltered accommodation. She uses her experience here and from a decade working as a housing director to lead on Green Rose’s strategic development.

Dave Brookes

Dave Brookes

(he/him) • Home Energy Advisor

Dave is a freelance energy assessor who delivers our LEAP home energy advice visits across the North Lancashire

Lucy Reynolds

Lucy Reynolds

(she/her) • HEAT Project Coordinator

Lucy is a very experienced freelance development manager who leads on our HEAT programme in the West End of Morecambe. She has worked in the West End over the years in a variety of health and information giving community roles. A qualified youth and community worker she has a passion for delivering both practical advice, workshops and skills within dynamic projects to help empower communities.

Any profit that we make goes directly into community projects for those most in need. From 2020 to 2022 this has been Morecambe Bay Foodbank.

 Morecambe Bay Foodbank are part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by The Trussell Trust, working to combat poverty and hunger across the UK. They provide nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to them in crisis.

 

Like them, we think that no-one in our community should have to face being cold or going hungry.

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