Fun day to celebrate Three Legged Cross solar farm launch

A HUGE new solar farm near Three Legged Cross is to host a family party event to celebrate its launch.

Homeland Solar Farm is holding the event from 5pm to 9pm on Friday, June 27 to celebrate the opening of the farm and the launch of the new Three Legged Cross Community Benefit Fund.

The mayor will cut the ribbon and there will be music from Verwood Concert Brass, solar farm and ecology tours and a bouncy castle and face painting for the children. Local catering company and restaurant The Tickled Pig will provide a hog roast.

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10:34am Sat 28 Jun 14

Oakey says...

Yes it was a good time. Free food and beer. Plenty of Homeland Solar Farm staff there. I tried to find out about Homeland Solar Farm from the staff. (Mostly from London). Nobody seemed very sure who the owners were who were supplying the free treats including umbrellas and hats. The best I could find out is that the Homeland Solar Farm project is owned by Trina Solar. Trina Solar is a big Chinese company based in Changzu. So it was the Chinese providing all the free treats. if I get the chance I will let the mayor know... she said that she had no information at all on the commercial aspect of this farm. I am a great fan of solar energy but I am also a fan of Britain owning its own assets. (Not very common these days)
Yes it was a good time. Free food and beer. Plenty of Homeland Solar Farm staff there. I tried to find out about Homeland Solar Farm from the staff. (Mostly from London). Nobody seemed very sure who the owners were who were supplying the free treats including umbrellas and hats. The best I could find out is that the Homeland Solar Farm project is owned by Trina Solar. Trina Solar is a big Chinese company based in Changzu. So it was the Chinese providing all the free treats. if I get the chance I will let the mayor know... she said that she had no information at all on the commercial aspect of this farm. I am a great fan of solar energy but I am also a fan of Britain owning its own assets. (Not very common these days) Oakey
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