THURSDAY 17 MAY sees the launch of the second edition of FPA’s popular “Mini-Guide” to fuel customers’ rights in dealing with predatory energy suppliers. Now updated and expanded to include short sections on district heating and on landlords, the Mini-Guide is easy to read and down to earth, and it tells you what works — not what “should” happen.
Please join us to pick up your free copy, consider who you know that might find it useful, and hear from experts on the value of good information:
- Paul Nicolson, redoubtable defender of rights, from Taxpayers Against Poverty
- Eliza Takaedza, member of the All African Women’s Group, who recently won a new boiler
- Paula Peters from DPAC (Disabled People Against Cuts)
- Ellen Lebethe, from Lambeth Pensioners Action Group (LAMPAG) and co-chair of National Pensioners Convention (NPC)
There is no need to register but please try to let us know if you can make it.
7 – 9 pm
Thursday 17 May
Crossroads Women’s Centre, 25 Wolsey Mews London NW5 2DX (off Caversham Road)
Fully wheelchair accessible.
Tea and cakes.
This event will replace FPA’s regular monthly meeting but there will be time as well to discuss what is happening in our new post-Grenfell “SCIN” campaign for Safe Cladding and Insulation Now. SCIN is fighting for the people in high-rise blocks who’ve been left with flammable cladding, and for the others, who’ve had cladding removed, and will be freezing again next winter. There is growing support, and all sorts of possibilities!