Volunteers are needed for the Kington Langley Thermal Imaging Camera Scheme
Would you like to work a thermal imaging camera, and help villagers detect weak spots in their home insulation?
The most popular idea from the “KLimate Action” survey done in April was for the parish council to obtain a thermal imaging camera and allow residents to see thermal images of their homes. The scheme needs volunteers to run it. We need people to learn about the camera, and undertake visits to residents’ homes to take thermographic images and discuss the findings with the residents. Visits would typically take place of an evening or weekend. We hope to get the scheme up and running by 1st November.
We are also looking for a volunteer administrator, to take bookings and coordinate the volunteers.
If you are interested, please contact Councillor Graham Watson, by email at email@example.com.
If you think either role might suit someone else in the village then please encourage them to apply!
Some example thermal images are shown below (click them to enlarge the image):