Learn how to save cash at energy fair
Rutherglen and Cambuslang residents are invited to a drop-in energy advice fair, hosted by MP Margaret Ferrier MP.
The event, which will give residents the opportunity to access free advice on energy and heating costs, takes place on Thursday, November 3 at the Cambuslang Training and Enterprise Centre, from 4.30pm-6.30pm.
Representatives from Home Energy Scotland and the Rutherglen Citizens Advice Bureau will be on-hand to give guidance on energy costs ahead of winter, as well as information on specific payments and services that people can access to reduce fuel bills.
Ms Ferrier said:“The winter months are almost here, and the cost of energy bills can be a worry for many people. Popping along to our drop-in energy advice fair is a great way to find out about services and support you may not know about – and it could very well end up saving people money.
“Rutherglen and Cambuslang residents can drop in at any point over the two hour period to speak to the advisers or take away information, staying for as long as they would like. “It’s on a little later in the day, to allow people who perhaps work from 9am to 5pm to make it along too.
“This is a great opportunity for local people to access important energy advice and potentially save a bit of money, so I hope to see as many people as possible next week.”