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With no foreseeable changes to the UK energy sector, it is likely that we will be facing our second winter of astronomical energy prices. Which is why St Albans Friends of the Earth is organising this community drop-in session to help everyone prepare for next winter and make their home more energy efficient now.
Whether you’re dreading trying to keep your home warm (or struggling to keep it cool), looking to try and reduce your bills or want to make your home more sustainable, you’ll find there’s lots of help and advice at this event.
– The National Energy Foundation will be giving advice to help you feel warmer, healthier and more comfortable in your home while also helping cut the cost of your bills.
– There’ll be advice from Citizens Advice and St Albans Community Bank on grant and finance options for energy saving measures for all budgets
– For the next steps there’ll be information on solar panels and heat pumps
Plus, bring the kids to join in our Warm Homes colouring competition, and find out about our campaign to ensure everyone can have a warm home that doesn’t cost the earth
Come for the whole event or pop in when you’re free.
Book your free place at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/warm-homes-workshop-tickets-632679811347