They will go to your local group and talk about the pros and cons of using a smart meter.
They will also give you guidance on how they can save you money and dispel any myths.
Contact Susan on 01422 351111 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Earth Hour is being celebrated around the world on Saturday 24 March, 8:30pm-9:30pm local time.
Starting as a symbolic lights out event in Sydney in 2007, Earth Hour is now the world’s largest grassroots movement for the environment, inspiring millions of people to take action for our planet and nature.
From pushing for environmentally-friendly laws and policies to crowdfunding for a better future, YOU make Earth Hour possible. Coordinated by WWF and other volunteer organisations, Earth Hour’s greatest strength is the power of people.
As accelerating climate change and staggering biodiversity loss threaten our planet, Earth Hour 2018-2020 endeavours to spark never-before-had conversations on the loss of nature and the urgent need to protect it.
The variety of life and places where they live is our best defence against climate change! Such variety provides us with even more resources to improve our lives.
Sign up and take part now.
Have you thought about switching your energy provider, but not found the time to do it?
Come to one of our drop in sessions in March 2018 (see below for dates and venues), and we’ll help you find your options there and then, using an impartial tool.
You’ll need to bring this information with you :
- The name of your supplier and the tariff you are on
- How much energy you used in the last year
- How you currently pay for your energy
- Your postcode
This information is on your bill and annual statement from your energy supplier – ring us if you’re not sure how to find it.
If you are on a pre-payment meter, you may not save as much by switching , but it may still be worth your while coming to the drop in.
If you’re not sure whether the drop in is for you , or want to know more please contact Liz Broadley on 07852 173723 or email Liz.email@example.com
|10am -12noon||Thursday 8 March||Northowram & Shelf Children’s Centre Hub, Northowram Library, Lydgate HX3 7EJ|
|Monday 12 March||Creations Community Children’s
Centre HX2 0QD
|Wednesday 14 March||
Field Lane Children’s Centre HD6 3JT
If you’re looking to kick start your New Year then why not take advantage of Sport Calderdale’s special new year offer. If you join the fitness membership during January you can get 12 months for the price of 11. That includes 12 months of gyms, pools, courts and classes and the huge range of activities there’s always something new to try or a new challenge around the corner.
Whatever your goals and New Years Resolutions, with these memberships there will always be someone to motivate, encourage and inspire you. Start afresh this New Year with one of the special new year membership offers.
Find out about the latest work in your area and across the whole scheme throughout Yorkshire by taking a look at our case studies just by clicking here.
Click here to get a personalised offer for your home in just 4 simple steps
Every home in Calderdale is different and particular areas are entitled to different measures. Just click the link above to create a unique offer just for YOU and your circumstances. Or, if you want to talk through options available to your home, please call our friendly advisers for more information on 0800 597 1500 or 0113 897 0977
There are many energy efficiency improvements we can carry out to make your home warmer, healthier and cheaper to heat. Once a survey of your property has taken place Better Homes Yorkshire will be able to make recommended measures for your home.
The links below explain some of the energy efficiency improvements that may be installed to your home and their benefits.
Where does the metal you recycle end up? Calderdale Council‘s latest Metal Matters campaign explains it all – it could end up as electrical goods, a bus, a plane – the possibilities are endless. Metal can be recycled again and again. Did you know if you put two extra cans in your white sack you will save enough energy to run a computer for up to 12 hours. Also, you can now recycle clean foil and empty aerosols in your white sack. Look out in the post for your leaflet or find out more on the Council website. Make your metal matter!
Please call in to one of our Roadshows:
Friday 29 September (11am – 3pm) – Tesco, Huddersfield Rd, Brighouse. HD6 1RZ.
Wednesday 4 October (11am – 3pm) – Morrisons, 4 Jubilee Way, Elland. HX5 9DT.
Have you signed up to Energy levels?
We’re sending out invitations to people who’ve signed up to boost your energy and save your money.
We’ll be running 90 minute sessions where you can try out a number of energy saving recipes with taste and share at the end of the session, and take away your NHP Energy Levels Cook Book. Some sessions will be specially for families with children, others will be for adults, and young people.
Invitations will go out from 1 September – so get signed up to Energy Levels if you’d like a chance to come along to one of the sessions which will happen on these days :
- Wednesday 13 September am – Ash Green Children’s Centre Mixenden , Upper Site
- Wednesday 13 September pm – Ash Green School Mixenden, Lower Site
- Wednesday 11 October – Northowram Children’s Centre Hub
- Wednesday 1 November – Wellholme Park Children’s Centre, Brighouse
- Tuesday 21 November twilight session – Men only ! – venue probably in North Halifax
- Wednesday 22 November -after school session – Illingworth Community Children’s Centre