12:31PM, Wednesday 03 April 2013
The head of Maidenhead Citizens Advice Bureau has said the charity can help people struggling to pay energy bills following rising costs.
Bureau director Christine O'Hare is also worried people face increased debt as a result and has urged any individuals or families with worries to contact the CAB.
Based at the 4 Marlow Road centre, it is also organising extra appointments in April to tackle energy-related problems.
"Advisers can help with identifying the best energy deal for particular circumstances, entitlement to welfare benefits and with prioritizing debt repayments," said Christine.
Call 01628 674842 to book an appointment.
Drop-in sessions are also being held from 10am-3pm on April 12, April 18 and April 25. Visitors will need to take their last two or three energy bills.
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