Friday 3 December was Fuel Poverty Awareness Day, a campaign by National Energy Action that aims to build recognition of the impact of fuel poverty and how it affects millions of households in the UK.
Rising energy costs, low incomes and energy-inefficient homes are restricting some people’s options, leaving them in impossible situations like having to choose to heat their home, feed their children or pay their rent.
Take a look at this pdf for steps to help you and your loved ones manage your energy bills and keep your home warm and safe this winter.
If you are struggling to stay warm this winter or need help to pay your heating bills, there is help available. Get in touch with the East End Energy Fit team.
New summer programme with Chickenshed
Chickenshed Theatre will be running another exciting summer arts programme at Bromley by Bow Centre from June 27th – June 30 1.30-4pm.