More power to your pocket: Free workshop set for Newry

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Tuesday, November 5th, 2013
Community, What's On

The Consumer Council is set to host a free workshop in Newry on Wednesday 13th November.

It will highlight the small changes that can make a big difference to household bills.

The ‘Power to the Pocket!’ event will be held in Ballybot House, 28 Corn Market, Newry from 9.30am – 1.40pm and is one of a number of events taking place in the city as part of Money Week 2013.

Participants will receive practical guidance and tools to help consumers find ways to cope with the rising cost of living. Key money-saving strategies will include switching, shopping around and shopping safely online. It’s also a great opportunity to pick up free consumer rights resources.

The workshop is targeted at those who work in the community, voluntary and advice sector, family workers, older people’s representatives, constituency office staff, social care workers and housing officers who provide advice and support to people, particularly those who are vulnerable.

To book your free place or for more details, contact Emma Taylor at the Consumer Council on 028 9067 4803 or etaylor@consumercouncil.org.uk


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