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The cost of heating our homes is one of the most prominent concerns for a lot of households at the moment. A combination of cold weather and never ending price increases from the big energy companies has meant that people are really struggling to pay their bills.
One of the best ways people can manage their price rises is by reducing the amount of energy they use in the home. There are a number of Government backed schemes providing financial support to people who wish to do this, but figuring out which scheme or type of work is best suited to you can be a daunting task. However, there are also some simple energy efficiency measures people could install that could really help make a difference to household energy bills.
With this in mind, I would like to invite you to an event I am hosting at 1pm on the 20th of February at George Lawton Hall in Mossley, where we will be discussing what action you can take to recue your energy bills.
We will be joined by Tim Pollard, Head of Sustainability at Wolseley UK, which is the UK arm of one of the world’s biggest suppliers to the plumbing and heating industry. Tim’s work is focused on making our energy use more sustainable, and he will be sharing his thoughts on what you can do to reduce the amount of energy you waste in your home. We will also be joined by representatives from Tameside Citizen’s Advice Bureau as well as the local council.
If you would like to register to attend the event, or would just like more information, please contact my office on 0161 367 8077.