MIDDLESBROUGH residents can benefit from energy efficiency makeovers.
The Middlesbrough Environment City project, Warm & Healthy Homes, is funded by British Gas and is aimed at people who are vulnerable to the cold weather, or who struggle to pay their winter fuel bills.
The project will run until December 2016 and aims to give people a wide range of energy efficiency advice to help them get ready for winter.
MEC is inviting people to attend a special drop-in One-2-One session to be held at the Cycle Centre, Middlesbrough Bus Station on Friday, May 13, between 10am- 3pm. Advice will be available to help:
- Make sense of your energy bills
- Get the best energy deal
- Reduce damp and condensation
- Make your home more efficient
- Identify any help that you may be eligible for
All people attending a One-2-One session will receive a free LED light bulb.
Other One-2-One energy efficiency advice sessions are currently running throughout the year at Thorntree Community Hub, North Ormesby Community Hub, Grove Hill Community Hub, Newport Community Hub, Hemlington Community Hub (Library) and the Cycle Centre at Middlesbrough Bus Station.
Please call Middlesbrough Environment City on 01642 579820 for more information and to book a session at one of the Community Hubs.