Fuel Poverty Awareness Day 2017 - 17 February
Runnymede Borough Council along with The HEAT Surrey project is supporting the 2017 Fuel Poverty Awareness Day, which takes place on Friday 17 February.
The day is part of a national campaign to highlight that many households in England are in fuel poverty. The day also draws attention to the fantastic work being carried out to address this increasingly common issue.
HEAT Surrey will be manning an information stand in the reception at the Civic Centre Addlestone between 10:00 am and 3:00 pm on the Friday 17 February so please come along with your questions.
If you cannot make it in person then please contact HEAT Surrey on 0800 0246 231 who will be able to assist and guide you.
For more information about Fuel Poverty Awareness Day visit the National Energy Foundation website.