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Help on offer for residents in Rutland struggling with energy bills

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People who are struggling with energy and utility bills can take advantage of one-to-one advice sessions.

Rutland Citizens Advice Bureau and Rutland County Council are offering households in Rutland independent, confidential and impartial debt advice and budgeting skills to help people with their bills in the long term.

Advice and support sessions are only available until end of March 2014 on a first-come, first-served basis.

To find out more or to book a Money Matters Session, call Clare on 0845 120 3705 or visit Rutland Citizens Advice Bureau, in High Street, Oakham.

Energy Action for Rutland is also holding a series of sessions giving advice on how to take action and save money on bills.

The free sessions take place at Ryhall library on Monday from 3pm to 5pm, and Uppingham library on Friday from 10am to midday. Those attending should bring their latest bill. For more information, call 01572 722 622 or visit www.rutland.gov.uk/energyaction

 

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