Interactive Energy in the Home Workshop

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Ed: "On behalf of Tarvin Environment group, here is notice of an event in Frodsham which could help people to become more aware of sustainable living and energy saving in the home."

"You are invited to join us for an interactive 'Energy in the Home' workshop on 15th November which aims to provide residents with a basic understanding of how to stay warm and save money on their energy bills."

Informative quiz to test just how much you know:

  • Higher or lower — which appliances use the most electricity?
  • Best use of heating and hot water controls
  • Gas and electricity bills/payment issues
  • The effects of living in a cold home
  • Condensation and dampness problems
  • Heat loss in the home
  • Low cost measures to help keep the home warm
  • Getting the best energy deal — being on the right payment method and tariff

To secure your place please contact: Christine Webber on 07952 599811 or Allan Arthur on 07785 341361 Alternatively email: frodshamtransition@gmail.com

For full details click here

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