Moreton to host Energy Advice Session

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Moreton to host Energy Advice Session

Advice on energy saving during the winter months will be the subject of a session at the Moreton Area Centre later this month.

Cotswold District Council staff at the High Street office will welcome advisers from the Severn Wye Energy Agency, who will offer free, impartial advice on a range of heating and efficiency issues at an Energy Efficiency Day on Tuesday October 20th.

The session will last from 10am-3pm and a representative from SWEA will be available to offer help and advice on how to use less energy in the home.

They can also advise people about grants available for insulation and heating measures and can refer people for home surveys. The session will also focus on general energy efficiency.

Energy advisers will also give out useful information, answer any questions that visitors may have and hand out literature on heating.

Anyone interested in attending this event should contact the Moreton Area Centre on 01608 650881 for further information.

Posted : 13/10/2009 18:25:53

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