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Welcome to Warm & Well
in North Yorkshire

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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.

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

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.

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Our Partner Organisations

Make a Referral

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

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Does your organisation need training?

  • Posted On: 14 June 2019

National Energy Action have released a list of free training cources that will be avaliabel for...

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How vulnerability can make falling behind on energy bills even worse

  • Posted On: 23 May 2019

Citizens Advice have seen an increase in clients with energy debt problems.  Nearly half of...

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Big Energy Saving Week 2019

  • Posted On: 15 January 2019

The next Big Energy Saving Week starts on Monday 21 January 2019. It is a national campaign to...

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Excess Winter deaths Highest since 1970s, say Office of National Statistics.

  • Posted On: 7 December 2018

BBC News recently published this article: There were around 50,100 excess winter deaths in...

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