Councillor Wolfson said: “We had a very good turn-out of local residents , which was very pleasing , as there was a lot of advice about keeping warm, safe and healthy in the winter as well as information about energy costs.
“It is really important that ,as we are coming up to the colder months we let older and more vulnerable people know how best to cope with winter.”
At the community event there was information on a wide range of subjects including energy efficiency, switching energy supplier, fuel poverty and benefits. A free prize draw was also held.
Pictured above are Childwall Ward Councillors Jeremy Wolfson and Frank Hont with the Reverend Robert Williams, Vicar of St David’s, Richie Quinn (Energy / Fuel Poverty Officer), and local residents.