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Fuel poverty action meeting - and a film with people around the country talking about austerity

With rising energy prices and people not able to afford to heat their homes, now is the time to join the fight against fuel poverty.

Tonight in Kentish Town, Fuel Poverty Action is meeting to talk about these issues. This is a great way to get involved if you're in London.

The meeting will cover:

• An introduction to Fuel Poverty Action for newcomers
• A discussion about public ownership of energy and whether this is what we should be calling for in the UK - what about community energy?
• A discussion about the next action for the “Winter of Action for Energy Justice”. Our first protest outside npower saw over 200 people out on the street calling for an end to the Big Six’s strangle hold on our lives, and democratically controlled renewables as a positive alternative.
• A few business items – a taster of what we’re working on over the winter.

The meeting will take place at:

Crossroads Womens Centre,
25 Wolsey Mews, (Just behind the Coop on Kentish Town Road)
Kentish Town,
NW5 2DX

Accessibility and transport information:

The building is fully accessible.

The nearest tube and rail station is Kentish Town (100 metres away) and the nearest overground is Kentish Town West. These stations do not have step free access.

The nearest overground station with use of a ramp is Camden Road (700 metres away). If you need assistance TfL advises calling London Overground on 0845 601 4867.

If you intend to use manual boarding ramps on London Underground services you do not need to book in advance
See more here

And see the film below for interviews with people who talk about the effects cuts and austerity are having on themselves, their families and their communities.
 

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