On Friday 7th December West Lancashire MP Rosie Cooper is hosting a Community Advice and Information Day, supported by E.ON, between 10am and 2pm at the Concourse in Skelmersdale.
In the current times many families face tough decisions and are not always sure where to go for the best advice and information. MP Rosie has brought together a whole range of organisations for residents to speak to about:
· Help with energy costs
· Pensions and Benefits Health Checks
· Money Management Advice
· Health and Wellbeing checks
· Making your home safer
· Giving your child the best start
· And much, much more.
West Lancashire MP Rosie said:
“For many people and families in West Lancashire these are difficult times and people are feeling the pinch. I want to ensure that people have access to the organisations that can offer them some advice, information and support that will make it a little bit easier. Whether it is advice about getting back to work, finding the right training opportunities, how to manage your money, help to reduce those energy bills as winter arrives. I want to ensure that local residents have got the best advice, access to all the support they are entitled to and are getting value for money.
“There is something here for people of all ages and with different needs. So I am encouraging all local residents to pop along on the day. It could make a real difference for you and your family.”
Many national and local organisations have been invited to attend and will have a stall with experts on hand to speak to residents and offer specific advice for their individual needs. This is the second Rosie Cooper MP Community Advice and Information Day.
“I would like to thank E.ON for their support with this event. I believe it will be massive help to so many people across West Lancashire.
Andrew Georgiou from E.ON said:
“We are delighted to be sponsoring Rosie’s Advice and Information Day for the second year running. Rosie has pulled together so many organisations that can offer advice and help and all in a convenient location, it will be invaluable for people in West Lancashire.
“We often find that despite the fact that there are so many ways we can help people manage their energy costs, people never think to ask. This can especially be the case for those in most need. Doing events like this means we can reach out further, and help more and more people.”