Keep Warm This Winter With Advice At Moreton

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Keep Warm This Winter With Advice At Moreton

How to keep warm in the height of winter will be the advice on offer along with a free energy-saving light-bulb - at the Moreton Area Centre next month.

Cotswold District Council staff at the High Street office will welcome Gloucestershire Energy Efficiency Advice Centre advisers on January 15th, who will offer free and impartial advice on a range of heating and energy efficiency issues.

They will discuss the best ways to keep your house warm which include using loft and wall insulation and how to save money on your fuel bills. They will also offer advice on how to
stay warm while still caring for the environment.

Energy advisers will be at the Moreton Area Centre from 10am till 2pm. There will be information, thermometer cards and the opportunity to find out about the available schemes to help with home insulation and heating systems. Refreshments will be available and a free energy-saving light bulb will be given to each homeowner that comes to the session.

If you are unable to come to the Moreton Area Centre, you can contact an energy adviser at the Gloucestershire Energy Efficiency Advice Centre on FREEPHONE 0800 512 012 or email: eeac@swea.co.uk.

Posted : 18/12/2007 09:39:51

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