Written by Daniel Lizarbe Marco on 06 Nov, 19
City-wide innovation ecosystem
11th november 8:45 - 13:00
City Hall College Green Bristol Bristol BS1 5TR

On Monday 11th November Bristol City Council and the No Cold Homes group are holding an event called “End cold Homes” at City Hall.

At the event they will be running workshops to input into the Fuel Poverty Action Plan for Bristol. The aim is to share progress since their last event in 2017 and contribute to the Fuel Poverty Action Plan.

Over 23,000 households in Bristol can’t afford to keep warm or cook regular hot meals. We believe that families should not have to make the decision to heat or eat.

Since the No Cold Homes launch event in November 2017, there has been movement across the city to work together and catalyse change to tackle fuel poverty. Building on the One City Plan, Bristol City Council are developing a Fuel Poverty Action Plan that seeks participation from individuals, organisations and health sector partners for actions to support Bristol’s most vulnerable residents.

This event will be an opportunity to engage with partners across the city, learn about services and funding available for those living in a cold home, and contribute to shaping the Fuel Poverty Action Plan in an interactive workshop.
Please register your place at this event now and share among your networks.

When: Monday 11 November, 08:45-13:00
Where: City Hall, College Green, Bristol BS1 5TR
Book your place: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/end-cold-homes-in-bristol-registration-75884168591


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