Chichester residents get energy bills advice

Louise Goldsmith, leader and county councillor for Chichester west division, left, discussing saving energy withTom  Broughton, energy advisor, and local resident Alison Horncastle. KS1500297-1 SUS-150714-182630008
Louise Goldsmith, leader and county councillor for Chichester west division, left, discussing saving energy withTom Broughton, energy advisor, and local resident Alison Horncastle. KS1500297-1 SUS-150714-182630008

THE first pop-up Energy Café opened at Parklands in Chichester this week, helping residents save money on their bills.

People can come along and bring their bills for a free one-to-one service with energy experts until this Saturday (July 18) at the cafe, at the Recreation Ground, Sherbourne Road.

Louise Goldsmith, county council leader, said: “I’m delighted to see the first Your Energy Sussex energy cafe up and running here in Parklands and helping so many people. “This is a great opportunity for our residents to drop in and learn about energy and find out how they can save money on their energy bills.”