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Fri 22 Mar: Energy we can all afford? public meeting, Cheadle Hulme

We’d like to extend an invitation to anyone who lives or works in the Cheadle constituency to join us for an energy-themed Question Time event at 7pm on Friday 22nd March at Cheadle Hulme Methodist Church.

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As energy prices continue to go up – mostly due to the rising price of gas – millions of people across the UK are struggling to pay their energy bills. Living in cold, leaky homes is bad for our health, especially for children and older people, and bad for the planet as they need more energy to heat. What can we do to keep our bills down, our homes warm, and our planet cool?

Join us at 7pm on Friday 22nd March at Cheadle Hulme Methodist Church on Ramillies Avenue (just down the road from Cheadle Hulme train station) to put your questions on all things energy-related to our expert panel:

For more information, contact Ali on 07786 090520 or visit our Facebook event page.


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.

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