Cornwall Together are inviting people to bring their energy bills to Veryan Parish Hall from 1pm to 4pm.
The team will be on hand to give out advice on energy efficiency and help those who are interested in joining the pioneering collective-buying group. There will be free tea and cake and interactive exhibits and activities for visitors of all ages.
Cornwall Together is uniting the people of Cornwall to negotiate their energy bills as a large group, with the aim of securing lower prices for everyone. It’s free to join and there’s no obligation to switch your energy provider.
Julian German, Cornwall Councillor said; “I am delighted that residents on the Roseland are having a second opportunity to meet Cornwall Together and see if they can save money on their energy bills. If you can’t make it on Friday afternoon at Veryan then please get in touch using the freephone number or the website.
Cornwall Together has now entered its second phase after saving its members an average of £133 on their annual bill in its first round last year. Some residents have saved up to £700.
The event is free and open to anyone who is interested in saving money on their energy bills. Anyone who can’t make it can still join Cornwall Together by either visiting the website at www.cornwalltogether.com or by calling the Freephone number 0800 7720925.