Monday, 18 February 2013

Energy we can all afford meeting

The press release and photos from the event can be found on our media pages - click the media tab above.

Rising fuel bills are putting an enormous strain on many households. Millions will shiver and suffer in cold, damp conditions that blight their health, wellbeing and happiness. We need a new and positive approach that means a warm, healthy home for everyone and lower bills based on improved home energy efficiency and clean sustainable energy. Please join us for a stimulating evening of discussion with Clive Betts MP, Cllr Joe Otten (Lib Dems), Simon Bowens (Friends of the Earth) and other expert speakers with a background in housing and renewable energy.

The Energy we can all afford public meeting is to be held at The Circle on Rockingham Lane on Friday 22nd March at 6.30-8.30pm. Complimentary tea & coffee will be served from 6pm.

We have produced a poster which can be downloaded at the link here. If you can, please distribute the posters to friends and work places. Other poster formats are available here.

See the website http://www.thecirclesheffield.org.uk/location for more details of the venue and how to find it.

Energy we can all afford is an initiative run by Energy Bill Revolution, Friends of the Earth, the Stop Climate Chaos Coalition, Greenpeace, and the Low Carbon Communities Network. It is supported by many organisations including Barnardo’s, Children England, Age UK, National Pensioners’ Convention, Girlguiding UK and the Scouts Association, MENCAP, MS Society, Disability Rights UK, the British Youth Council and the National Children’s Bureau, the TUC, UNISON, the National Union of Students and the National Right to Fuel campaign.