There will be a chance to find out how to save energy in your home – and to get a free energy monitor to help you do so – at an upcoming talk organised by local sustainability group Transition Stratford as part of this year’s Warwickshire Week of Thrift.
The talk, which will take place at the Ken Kennett Centre, 100 Justins Avenue, Stratford upon Avon CV37 0DA at 2.00 pm on Sunday 20 March, will be given by David Jullien, Chief Executive of local charity Act on Energy.
Act on Energy, which is based in Wellesbourne, provides advice on energy efficiency throughout Warwickshire. David Jullien’s talk will cover ways to reduce the use of energy in the home as well as ways to cut energy bills through switching suppliers. David will also be giving away free monitors which measure the use of electricity in the home – helping people to see where they are using energy and how they might reduce consumption.
The talk is open to anyone interested in the topic. It starts at 2.00 pm, but people are also welcome to come to a shared lunch beforehand, starting at 1.00 pm. To join the lunch, just bring some food to share with others!
For more information, contact Transition Stratford on 01789 298503.