Wednesday, 14 February 2007

Charity Offers Help With Fuel Poverty

Customers of British Gas across the country who are struggling with fuel debts were today being urged to contact a national charity for help.

The British Gas Energy Trust is urging people to contact them as they can clear fuel debts and also help with other household bills and costs including the replacement or repair of condemned gas appliances.

Charity chiefs said they have so far handed more than £2 million to over 5,000 individuals across the UK who were in fuel poverty and struggling to afford to heat their homes.

To find out more or for an application form please visit the trust's website at or phone 01733 421021.

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