A local energy charity is giving door-to-door advice on how Kenilworth residents can stay warm this winter, starting on Tuesday November 23 and ending with a community event on Thursday December 3.
Advisors from Warwick-based charity Act on Energy are visiting houses in Oaks Road, Chestnut Avenue and Roseland Road in the St John’s ward.
Residents in the ward will receive a postcard through their door letting them know that an energy advisor will be calling.
When the advisors arrive, residents are encouraged to have their energy bills to hand to help calculate potential savings by either changing energy tariffs or switching energy suppliers.
The project is supported and funded by Warwick District Council (WDC) and Warwickshire County Council (WCC), and it is hoped over 500 Kenilworth households will have the opportunity to speak to an energy advisor.
The community event runs from 3pm to 7pm and will be held at Beauchamp Court in Beauchamp Road. The event is open to all Kenilworth residents who are interested in fuel saving and reducing energy bills. Residents are encouraged to bring their bills with them.