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At the next Pewsey Area Board, a representative from Warm & Safe Wiltshire will be providing information on the services they offer to Wiltshire residents to help with energy consumption and energy costs.  The next Area Board meeting is on Monday 29th November at 7pm (location to be confirmed).

In the meantime, your parishioners may wish to know about the service, so Richard has kindly provided a summary below.  We would ask if you could advertise this on your website, in your parish newsletters and by any other means to let people know that help is available before winter sets in.

Warm and Safe Wiltshire provide:

      • Free and impartial energy advice and casework support
          • Available to any Wiltshire or Swindon resident
          • Tariffs checks and help switching supply
          • Behaviour change and diagnosing reasons for high bills
          • Schemes applications (e.g. £140 Warm Home Discount)
          • Help with energy and water debt 
      • Home improvement funding assistance
          • Partially/fully funded boilers / new heating systems
          • Fully funded insulation (even as a private tenant)
      • Supported referral to other relevant services 
          • Free benefits check through Citizens Advice
          • Free Home Safety checks from the Fire Service

Advice Line: 0800 038 5722 (free from mobiles and landlines)

Website: WarmAndSafeWiltshire.org.uk

Regards

Susie

Susie Brew

Coordinator for the Pewsey Community Area Partnership (PCAP)

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