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On 1st August we published a story about energy monitoring devices being offered free by Crewe & Nantwich Borough Council. It is reproduced below:

Tina Jones of Crewe & Nantwich Borough Council writes: "We have been offered the use of some energy monitoring meters to distribute on loan to our community. These meters have proved to be a great way for people to discover just how many energy guzzling devices they own, and can then make energy and financial savings by using devices more wisely.

"We expect a lot of interest in these devices, so a quick response may be quite wise.'For information, Audlem Parish Council has managed to secure 10 of these monitors which will be available for use by Audlem residents very shortly. (You get to borrow the monitor for one week.) If you are interested in borrowing one please contact Jean White, Clerk to Audlem Parish Council: email parishcouncil@audlem.org">parishcouncil@audlem.org.

It appears that there are still some monitoring devices available so if you want to borrow one do get in touch with Jean White.


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