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Learn to reduce home heating bills at Highgate Society workshop

17:00 05 February 2014

The event is part of the Highgate Society

The event is part of the Highgate Society's "21st century homes" campaign

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The Highgate Society is holding a free workshop for people to find out how to reduce their home heating bills.

Experts will be on hand to offer advice and practical solutions about how to make windows and doors less draughty. The event takes place on Saturday, from 2pm-4.15pm, at the society’s headquarters at 10a South Grove in Highgate. Entry is free and tea and cake will be served.

To find out more call 07790 870 712 or visit www.highgatesociety.com

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