Gosport residents offered free advice on how to stay warm

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PEOPLE in Gosport are being offered free advice on how to keep warm this winter as temperatures look set to drop.

An energy advice surgery, run by Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage, will highlight the problems caused by high fuel bills and dodgy insulation as icy weather sets in.

Visitors to the drop-in event, part of the national Warm Homes Campaign, will receive advice on how they can insulate their homes while keeping costs down.

Ms Dinenage said: ‘There are still millions of people struggling to keep their homes warm and protect their families from the cold.

‘This problem is one that affects thousands of vulnerable people within Gosport.

‘I would encourage anyone concerned about their energy bills, or who is looking for free expert advice on how to better insulate their homes to take advantage of this specialist surgery.’

The event will take place in Ms Dinenage’s constituency office at 167 Stoke Road, Gosport.

It runs from 10am to 12pm on December 16.

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