The cost of living crisis has seen energy prices rise to an unsustainable and unaffordable rate for many.

In response to this, Clevedon Climate Emergency Working Group are running a Home Energy Day on Saturday 21 January from 10-3pm, at Clevedon Town Council Offices, 44 Old Street, BS21 6BU.

The group, made up of Clevedon residents and town councillers, will address the hardships that many people are currently facing.

The purpose of the event is to provide information and advice to those that may need it, including practical solutions that will reduce the use of energy in our homes, as well as advice on what grants are available to assist people during the cost of living crisis.

North Somerset Times: Specialists will be on hand to answer your energy questionsSpecialists will be on hand to answer your energy questions (Image: Clevedon's Climate Emergency Working Group)

Everyone is welcome, including home owners, businesses, landlords, and tenants. The council urges you to bring your ideas and advice to share. 

Refreshments, a free raffle and children’s table are also part of the day's activities, meaning that you and your family can learn about ways to manage your home energy.