Project to help keep you warm
A new project has been launched to help people stay warm in the Bath area this winter.
Bath and North East Somerset Council's housing services department has started the Winter Warmth Club to provide advice and practical support.
The project is being managed by the Centre for Sustainable Energy and will be delivered in partnership with West of England Care and Repair, British Red Cross, Age UK and Curo.
Phillip Morris, head of household energy services at CSE, said: "The really great thing about this project is that because of all the partners involved we can give a whole range of support to the most vulnerable people – from someone simply coming to your home and taking the time to talk through your options to stay warmer, right up to support to get funding for improvements, advice on benefits and even free temporary heating replacement if your heating breaks down."
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The club can also arrange a visit from the fire service to advise people on fire hazards and fit free smoke alarms.
Councillor David Martin, the council's energy champion, said: "Bringing together all the varied help available to residents in severe winter weather and co-ordinating referrals to that help, should make a valuable and much needed contribution to better health and wellbeing."
To get help, ring 0800 082 2234.