Our Acts of Warmness campaign

By Emily

Important little ways to stay cosy this winter

It’s getting a bit chilly out there and if your thoughts have turned to fluffy slippers, hot water bottles and cosy winter evenings, you may also be wondering how you can resist the need to crank the heating up quite so high.

There are, in fact, lots of ways we could all save energy and money this winter- little tricks and tips that, when done consistently and collectively, could really make a big difference to your energy bill.

And, as part of our Acts of Warmness campaign, we’ll be on the road letting everybody know all about them. For example — turning down your thermostat by just one degree could save you about £75 a year*. And if think you’ll feel too cold, don’t worry. A well-draught-proofed home can feel very warm and cosy, even at lower temperatures.

So, if you live in or near Sunderland, Nottingham, Newcastle, Leeds, Birmingham or Sheffield, make sure you visit us in our pop-up Acts of Warmness snug. It’ll be warm and dry, so while you talk about some smart energy saving ideas to see you through winter, we’ll bring you a cup of tea, and there’ll be some lovely npower people on hand – including Rachel Riley, TV’s resident clever clogs.

Here’s where we’ll be and when:

Bridges Shopping Centre,
Sunderland Fri 24th – Sun 26th Oct

Smithy Row, Nottingham
Weds 29th – Sat 1st Nov

Metro Centre, Newcastle
Mon 3rd to Thurs 6th Nov

Briggate Street, Leeds
Sat 8th – Tues 11th Nov

Bullring, Birmingham
Weds 19th – Sun 23rd Nov

For exact locations and what’ll be happening in the Acts of Warmness snug in your town, just keep an eye on this blog, our Facebook and Twitter pages.

See you on the road!


* Energy Saving Trust, 2014

Source:: Our Acts of Warmness campaign