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SWITCHING FUEL SUPPLIER – Help and advice

Coming up…

Madron Drop In

WCCR will be holding two drop in sessions at Landithy Hall, Church Road, Madron, on Monday 16th November, 9.00am – 10.30am and Tuesday 17th November, 2.30pm – 4.00pm. All welcome.

For more details follow link: Madron Drop-In sessions

To be kept informed of future events and drop-ins then email us at info@wc-cr.co.uk
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CALLING ALL LOCAL GROUPS AND CLUBS

Would your group or organisations members benefit from home energy advice?

This might be through:

  • Giving a talk / presentation to your group meeting
  • Speaking one to one with group members at a meeting or other convienent time
  • Promoting our open drop-in sessions to your members

Contact us at info@wc-cr.co.uk or ring 0800 772 8736 to discuss how our energy advisor could be helping them save money on the fuel bills.

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USEFUL LINKS

www.BeAnEnergyShopper.com
Links to all the approved energy comparison websites can be found at this website run by Ofgem the energy industry regulator.

Citizens Advice Cornwall (CAB) contact details:
In arrears with fuel bills and need help sorting them out then Citizens Advice Cornwall maybe able to help.
Call 03444 111444 or text the word ADVICE to the number 78866
Office details at: www.citizensadvicecornwall.org.uk/getting-advice/office-details

Winter Wellbeing
Are you in poor health or at risk of ill health, or with underlying health issues, or caring for a vulnerable person and / or worried about your home being cold or damp?
Is it affecting your health? If so, then Winter Wellbeing can help.
For advice and access to services provided by the programme’s 30 partner organisations, call Freephone 0800 954 1956 or visit www.cornwall.gov.uk/winterwellbeing

Winter Wellbeing – Apply for help in an emergency
Apply for emergency Winter Wellness Funding. Are you elderly (with underlying health issues), caring for a vulnerable person or young children, in poor health or at risk of ill health and worried about your home being cold or damp? The aim of the Winter Wellness Fund (maximum payment of £300 and for one fuel type only) is to reduce preventable winter deaths.
www.cornwall.gov.uk/housing/housing-options/winter-wellbeing

Community Energy Switch
At regular intervals Cornwall based charity, Community Energy Plus organises a collective switching offer aiming to get a good deal through collective action. They are working with the national switching organisation energyhelpline to co-ordinate this local collective switch and link into the group buying power of several other collectives taking place across the country at the same time.
For more details visit www.cep.org.uk/our-services/community-energy-switch

Oil Buying Club
Community Energy Club is an oil buying club bringing together the collective buying power of domestic, community and business heating oil users across the South West. – See more at: www.communityenergyclub.org.uk

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AND FINALLY…

Energy Monitor Loan Scheme
Our energy monitor loan scheme could help you understand better how much your home costs to run and which applicances are costing you most. Visit: energy monitor loan scheme for details

 

WCCR offers free independent energy advice. This service is being funded through the Big Energy Saving Network (BESN), a UK wide Government (DECC) funded project.
Visit our BESN project page for more details.

[Updated 11/11/2015]

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