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  • Potential Winter Power Cuts?

    Potential Winter Power Cuts?

    You may have heard in the media talk about possible power cuts this winter. In the background at Disability Sheffield, we have been following up on what the implications of this might be for disabled peoples’ lives. Whilst these cuts are unlikely, we hope some information will be helpful and prompt the most medically dependent to make some additional checks and preparations.

  • #BigPowerOff Protests Becoming Bigger

    #BigPowerOff Protests Becoming Bigger

    A protest against rising energy prices spearheaded by a Sheffield-based group has now taken off nationally, with another #BigPowerOff event due to take place this Saturday 16th April at 7pm. Sheffield City Council has launched a ‘guide’ to getting financial help and advice during the current cost of living crisis with suggestions of what to do if you’re struggling to pay your energy bills.

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