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PEOPLE in Boston who were worried about paying their fuel bills got the chance to speak to advisers from the town’s Citizen’s Advice Bureau (CAB) about saving money this weekend, when the Big Energy Week came to the town.

According to figures from the event organisers, 42 per cent of people in the East Midlands are worried they will not be able to pay their next energy bill, and the CAB manager Stuart Hellon, volunteer Sue Fidler and deputy manager Yvonne Robinson were on hand to offer advice on how to combat the problems faced.

Gillian Guy, chief executive of the CAB, said: “We’re worried that some people are struggling unnecessarily because they’re not on the best deal; live in homes that haemorrhage heat or are not getting all of the financial help available to them.”