Energy Advice

Citizens Advice provides impartial, free and confidential advice to thousands of residents each year.  They are also offering talks to groups in the Chiltern and South Bucks areas about staying warm for less this winter and avoiding the health risks associated with living in a cold home.  The most recent research carried out by Citizens Advice shows that it is often pensioners and people on low incomes who are least likely to switch supplier.  This means that the consumers who can least afford it often end up on  expensive default tariffs.
 
With this in mind, we would like to come and speak to your support groups for the elderly across Chiltern and South Bucks.  We can offer a whistle stop tour of how to find the best energy deal, potentially saving hundreds of pounds a year, and where to go for extra help with energy efficiency, fuel debts and improvement grants.
We can tailor the advice depending on whether the group is large or small and offer follow up one to one appointments for those who need extra help.
 
Kate Hallatt, Energy Advice, Citizens Advice Chiltern. Tel: 01494 774748
 
For anyone across the county wanting energy advice, please contact your local Citizens Advice at
 
Chiltern & South Bucks 
Townsend House
Townsend Road 
Chesham, Bucks. HP5 2AA
 
Tel: 01494 774748
 
Aylesbury Vale
2 Pebble Lane
AYLESBURY
Buckinghamshire
HP20 2JH
Tel 0344 4111444
 
CAB Wycombe
Council Offices
15 Victoria Road
High Wycombe District
HIGH WYCOMBE
Buckinghamshire
HP11 1BB
 0344 245 1289

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