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New Group To Help Us Save Cash And Go Green

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(Updated 12:02am 4th January 2015)


12:24pm 3rd January 2015

If you're looking to save some money on your household bills or want to go a bit greener then a new group is meeting to talk about doing just that.

The Transition Together programme already has two groups in Dorchester but now one could be coming to Poundbury and people are being invited to their first meeting at the Quite Space on 7th January at 7pm.

By learning what others are doing to help reduce their energy costs people taking part in the programme save an average of £400 on their household bills.

The scheme supports small groups to work through simple practical advice on energy, water, waste, food and transport.  

It's supported by Communities Living Sustainably in Dorset, which is funded by the Big Lottery Fund.



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