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Welcome to Warm & Well
in North Yorkshire


Warm & Well in North Yorkshire raises awareness of the impact of cold homes on our health and wellbeing, offers practical solutions to reduce fuel poverty, and supports people and communities to stay warm and well in winter.

Citizens Advice Mid-North Yorkshire is contracted by North Yorkshire County Council to deliver Warm & Well in North Yorkshire.

Referrals can be made into the project if someone is living in or at risk of a cold home or fuel poverty, struggling to afford their energy bills, or worried about winter. These can be made by professionals and by individuals themselves. To make a referral please click here.

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Our Services

Support for communities to set up winter weather schemes.

Practical and financial help to stay warm and well at home.

Talks, events and training for residents and frontline workers.

Campaigns, resources and tops tips on a wide range of winter issues.

Our Partner Organisations

Make a Referral

Referrals can be made into the project if someone is living in or at risk of a cold home or fuel poverty, struggling to afford their energy bills, or worried about winter. These can be made by professionals and by individuals themselves.

Make a referral here

News

Warm and Well in North Yorkshire highlight this may be the most important Fuel Poverty Awareness Day ever.

  • Posted On: 27 November 2020

At warm and Well in North Yorkshire we have seen a huge rise in people suffering from fuel poverty this year. The coronavirus has made this our busiest year yet by far and we saw a 196% rise in referrals in the summer months on the year before. This suggests people were struggling before the temperatures dropped across North Yorkshire

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Press Release: Warm and Well In North Yorkshire to continue to operate during Lockdown after after 196% increase in referrals across North Yorkshire compared to last year

  • Posted On: 3 November 2020

 In what is usually, the organisation's quiet months, between July and the end of September, referrals jumped up 196% on last year with many people struggling to pay their energy bills and heat their homes.

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We’re ‘Here to HELP’ older and vulnerable people in Harrogate & Ripon during the COVID-19 crisis

  • Posted On: 15 October 2020

This month, we at Warm and Well In North Yorkshire, continue to highlight the important work our fantastic partners are doing during COVID19.

The Harrogate Easier Living Project (HELP) provides a range of services to help older or vulnerable people across the Harrogate district to remain living independently in their own homes. With the assistance of over 100 dedicated volunteers we offer:

- Volunteer befriending in the home.
- Information and Signposting
- Voluntary car driving services to help people struggling with transport to attend medical appointments, make social visits, attend day centres and make essential trips such as shopping or banking.
- ‘Help at Home’ gardening, decorating and odd job service for people unable to do this themselves

For more information please check our website http://www.helpharrogate.org.uk/

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Free central heating scheme making a difference in North Yorkshire

  • Posted On: 6 October 2020

Free central heating scheme making a difference in North Yorkshire

Certain residents are benefitting from reduced fuel bills and warmer homes thanks to free central heating provided by the North Yorkshire Warm Homes Fund.

71 A-rated systems have been installed, saving over £968,000 million on residents’ future fuel bills.

Funding is available for a limited time to help homeowners and private renting tenants using inefficient storage heaters, room heaters or fires.

North Yorkshire County Council are working with Hambleton, Richmondshire, Ryedale and Scarborough Borough councils to deliver the scheme

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