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Get your energy bills on track as the clocks go back

23 October 2015

With darker nights on the horizon, Shiregreen residents can receive bright ideas on how to save money on their energy bills at a free drop-in session to mark Big Energy Saving Week 2015.

The Energy Community

The Energy Community has teamed up with Sanctuary Housing to hold an information workshop between 9.30am and 3.30pm on Thursday 29 October at the leading housing provider’s Beck Road office.

One-to-one session

Residents will be able to speak with energy specialists to discuss money saving tactics, and receive guidance and advice at the one-to-one session.

Alex Buckman from The Energy Community said: “The Energy Community is all about helping you to reduce the cost of your bills. It's amazing how much you could save through simple changes! We don't just give great, personalised advice; we also support you in achieving it. So come and chat to us about ways that you can save money in your home, we'd love to see to you.”

Sanctuary’s neighbourhood partnerships manager, Sophie Lejeune-Peggie, added: “It’s really important to us to support our residents in finding ways to make sure they get the most out of their money. That’s why it’s great to work with The Energy Community who can provide one-to-one support and tailor the advice they give to suit individual needs.

“As a social enterprise they’re in a great position to be able to share their expert knowledge, and with the clocks due to go back this weekend I would encourage everyone to go along. Our residents could really benefit from the top tips and advice on offer.”

Come along

The Energy Community information session will be open for all Shiregreen residents. For more information visit The Energy Community’s website http://www.theenergycommunity.com/.

Big Energy Saving Week

Running from 26 October-1 November this year, Big Energy Saving Week is an annual event highlighting the value of positive, practical actions that can help residents take control of bills and save energy.


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