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Warm This Winter

Following the Government’s disappointing response to the energy bills crisis gripping the country, the Warm This Winter campaign has called for a national Day of Action on fuel poverty on Saturday 3 December 2022.

Groups and communities will come together and stage Warm This Winter events and actions in villages, towns and cities up and down the country in a display of people power showing support for the solutions to the energy crisis that need to be implemented now.

The Day of Action will bring together people from across the poverty movement, health and disability campaigners, housing activists, environmental campaigners as well as those struggling to pay their energy bills.

In London and Stoke-on-Trent, larger scale events will mark the day focussing on telling the real-life stories of people who are facing fuel poverty this winter. These will include a rally in London’s Parliament Square and a public meeting at Stoke’s historic Fenton Town Hall; a venue close to streets with some of the highest levels of fuel poverty in the country.

On the day, leading campaign group Fuel Poverty Action will be sparking a series of “Warm Ups” across the country where people who can’t afford to heat their own homes will go into public buildings and keep warm collectively there.

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Brighton and Hove

Reconnect: Warm this Winter Creative Drop-In- Day of Action on Fuel Poverty

Sat Dec 03 2022 14:00

Cornerstone Community Centre, Church Road, Hove, England, BN3 2FL

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Warm this Winter - Cardiff day of action. ‘Wear yellow for warmth!' Crochet your own yellow scarfs, wear lots of jumpers and warm coats - and bring a blanket and hot water bottle, if you can!

Sat Dec 03 2022 12:00

Outside the Senedd in Cardiff Bay

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Toy swap and writing Christmas cards to politicians

Sat Dec 03 2022 14:00

Finn's Place, Langside Church, 167 Ledard Road, Glasgow, G42 9QU

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A big Warm This Winter event for people to gather, learn, and share their own and others' experiences of the crisis, including a short film screening, speakers, and a photo stunt in Parliament Square. Click "attend" to find out more!

Sat Dec 03 2022 10:30

Methodist Central Hall Westminster Storey's Gate London SW1H 9NH

Arrival, Methodist Central Hall - from 10.30am

Come in for a cup of tea or coffee, learn more about the campaign, and get involved! There will be:

  • Film screening: a short film (10 mins) on fuel poverty from Greenpeace

  • People's Exhibition: photos and testimonials from those facing fuel poverty including templates and materials to add your own experiences

  • Scarf-knotting: we'll work together to knot 100+ orange scarves into one big one to use outside as a symbol of our demand to be warm this winter

Photo stunt, Parliament Square - 11am

We'll gather outside in Parliament Square (about a 5 minute walk from the hall) with a banner, placards, and the newly knotted giant scarf to wrap around everybody, and we'll take some photos.

Rally, Methodist Central Hall – 11.30-12.15

We'll head back to the hall to hear from more speakers, take simple online actions together, and for a further opportunity to contribute to the People's Exhibition.

Everybody is welcome, so whether this is your first rally or your fiftieth, come along and join in as we take action together against fuel poverty!

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A community event where people can get together to talk about the local impacts of the energy crisis. You’ll get to meet others from across our community and plan the first stages of the campaign.

Sat Dec 03 2022 15:30

St Mary Magdalen Church Hall, Silver Road• Silver Road, Norwich, NR3 4TF

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Stoke on Trent

Public meeting at Stoke’s historic Fenton Town Hall; a venue close to streets with some of the highest levels of fuel poverty in the country.



Warm clothes & toy swap with refreshments and conversations about the Warm This Winter campaign.

Sat Dec 03 2022 11:00

Salvation Army, Stroud, GL5 1DR

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