WHAM launch event, 10 October
13 September 2017
WHAM (Warmer Homes, Advice & Money) is having its official launch in Bristol on 10 October (16.30-18.00) at the Unitarian Meeting Hall in Brunswick Square.
The three partners in the project (CSE, Talking Money and West of England Care & Repair) are hoping to see lots of local support agencies, community based organisations and community groups at the launch.
"The launch will give all the project partners a chance to outline key aspects of the project" said CSE's Lisa Evans, "and also an opportunity to ask the WHAM team questions and do a bit of networking."
The launch takes place during Bristol's Healthy Cities Week (7-14 October) and will include light refreshments.
You can book a place at the WHAM launch on 10 October here.
WHAM aims to make sure that no Bristol resident goes cold at home. The four-year project is funded by Bristol City Council and was set up to support residents who may be struggling with high fuel bills, cold, damp homes or money issues, or whose homes need improvements to make them warmer, healthier and cheaper to live in.
You can read more about the project here