Following the success of last month’s first drop-in café and with the increase in energy prices now a reality, why not come along to the next Energy Café which takes place on Saturday 7th May to have a chat with impartial energy experts who can offer advice.
Being held at Frome Town Hall from 9am – 12pm, pop in for free information and refreshments, no appointment is necessary. Energy advisers trained by the Centre of Sustainable Energy will be able to provide a range of advice and guidance including tips on ventilation and avoiding damp, condensation and mould, help with understanding energy use, switching to better value/green tariffs, and claiming relevant benefits fuel vouchers or energy support.
Jo Morris, Frome Town Council’s Resilience Project Officer, said: “Last month’s first café was a great success, 13 people were able to receive excellent in-depth advice relevant to their households and went away with hints and tips to try to stay in control of those bills while keeping homes warm. We want to encourage as many people as possible to drop by on 7th May, we’ll be there to offer advice and a cuppa and to point you in the right direction. Keep an eye on Frome Town Council’s Healthy Homes page as there will be more cafes coming over the next few months.”
Frome Town Council is working in partnership with Frome Medical Practice and the Centre for Sustainable Energy as part of the National Lottery funded Green and Healthy Future Programme. For more information visit the Healthy Homes page.