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  • Citizens Advice Scotland - Worried This Winter campaign to help with energy bills

    Created: 21/11/2023
    News/Events Category: Funding and Finance


    Over 1.4 million people in Scotland are worried about being able to adequately heat their home this winter

    A new campaign has launched, encouraging people who are worried about energy bills to seek advice from the Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) network.

    CAS has launched the Worried this Winter campaign, encouraging people to seek advice from the network in a variety of ways. People can visit www.cas.org.uk/worried where they can choose an option that works for them, such as:

    • Online advice pages or interactive self-help tools like www.moneymap.scot
    • Specialist services like the Money Talk Team
    • Find their local CAB if they feel they need one to one advice

    Last year the average gain from energy related advice from across the Scottish CAB network was more than £400. 

    Visit www.cas.org.uk/worried




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