If we can’t heat our homes, we have a right to warm up in any public building – including Parliament. We have a right to express our sadness, anger and solidarity with those who have suffered or are suffering.
On Wednesday 25th November, we will find out how many thousands of people died last winter because they couldn’t afford to heat their homes. Join Fuel Poverty Action and Lambeth Pensioners Action Group (LAMPAG) to take action in parliament to show support for those who have died. Come inside to WARM UP, and speak out to MPs, demanding an end to the unacceptable death and misery caused by fuel poverty!
- the name of your MP (look it up: http://www.theyworkforyou.
- if you like, a letter to your MP: contact FPA for a model letter
- your experience, to tell them and others about how fuel poverty kills, and its impact on your life or the lives of your friends and neighbours
- A shawl or small blanket to keep cosy in the lobby — also useful to keep warm outside if you’d like to join the National Pensioners Convention release of black balloons to mark these winter deaths statistics.