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What’s happening now?

Warm & Well in North Yorkshire is now managed by Citizens Advice Mid-North Yorkshire as part of their three-year contract to deliver Winter Health Coordination across North Yorkshire. The contract is funded by North Yorkshire County Council on behalf of the North Yorkshire Seasonal Winter Health Strategic Partnership.

As well as the continuation of activities a new website has been setup to provide more information about the organisations involved, news and links to Warm & Well in North Yorkshire social media channels

If you are an organisation and are interested in learning more about the work of the Warm & Well in North Yorkshire partnership or how to join, please contact wnwpartnership@northyorkslca.org.uk


About Us

Warm & Well in North Yorkshire was originally setup by Rural Action Yorkshire in 2015 and was funded by the British Gas Energy Trust’s Healthy Homes fund.

A partnership of charities and organisations across the 7 districts of North Yorkshire worked to tackle and alleviate levels of fuel poverty and support those at risk of excess cold. You can read the Warm & Well in North Yorkshire Impact Report to find out more about the work that was undertaken and the outcomes achieved.

We worked with a variety of other organisations in order to reach as many cold homes as possible between 2015 - 2016. The 'Warm & Well Partnership' included stakeholders and partners from across the public, private, health, and voluntary sector.

The success of the partnership and the Winter Health Single Point of Contact created under the project has meant that the name and brand "Warm & Well" continued to the end of the winter period 16/17, having become a recognisable name and embedded within support networks.

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