Cut your winter energy bill – free advice sessions from Citizens Advice York

Could you get more heat for your money? Photograph: CC0 Public Domain
27 Oct 2015 @ 9.58 am
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The cold weather is coming. But a drop in temperatures means a hike in energy bills.

There are ways you can reduce the money you spend on heating and lighting your home, however.

Citizens Advice York is running Big Energy Saving Week to help people find the cheapest deal before temperatures really start to drop.

Help and information is available online, over the phone, or by coming along to a Big Energy Saving Week events.

People can find how they can check, switch and save on energy costs. Bring your bill.

When and where

Tuesday, October 27
10am-3pm
City of York Council, West Offices, Station Rise, York YO1 6GA

Wednesday, October 28
11am-2pm
The Hub, Ellerbys Restaurant, York Hospital, Wigginton Road, York YO31 8HE

10am-noon
Rawcliffe Surgery, Priory Medical Group, Belcombe Way, Water Lane, Clifton, York Y030 6ND

3.15pm-4.45pm
Tang Hall Community Centre, Fifth Ave, York YO31 0UG

Thursday, October 29
5pm-7pm
York Explore Library, Library Square, Museum Street, York YO1 7DS

Citizens Advice York is encouraging people to visit BeAnEnergyShopper.com to find out how much they could save by switching energy suppliers and/or take part in the City Of York Council’s Big Community Switch.