re-blue-large A service provided by Rural England CIC in association with Calor and the Rural Services Network

Rural Vulnerability Service

The vulnerability service aims to disseminate information about three key rural issues: fuel poverty, broadband and rural transport.

 

 

 Rural Vulnerability Service - Archive:

 2017

 Fuel Poverty 25 January, 15 March, 26 April, 31 May, 8 August, 13 September, 15 November
 Transport

15 February, 29 March, 10 May, 28 June, 16 August, 11 October, 22 November

 Broadband 11 January, 22 February, 13 April, 24 May, 12 July, 30 August, 25 October, 29 November

 

 

 2016

 Fuel Poverty 20 January, 15 March, 27 April, 8 June, 10 August, 30 September, 9 November, 21 December
 Transport

10 February, 30 March,11 May,23 June, 18 August , 13 October, 23 November, 28 December

 Broadband 13 January, 25 February, 14 April, 26 May, 13 July, 9 September, 29 October, 30 November

 

 

 2015 

 Fuel Poverty 21 January, 11 March, 16 April, 10 June, 23 July, 9 September,21 October, 10 December
 Transport 11 February, 18 March, 13 May, 18 June,,5 August16 September, 11 November
 Broadband 15 January, 18 February, 8 April, 20 May, 15 July, 19 August15 October8 November

 

 

 2014

 Fuel Poverty 23 January, 12 March , 16 April, 11 June, 16 July, 15 October, 11 December
 Transport 19 March, 7 May, 18 June,13 August,,16 September, 12 November, 15 December
 Broadband 16 January, 19 February, 2 March, 21 May, 9 July, 21 August, 19 November

 

 

 2013

 Fuel Poverty 15 May, 12 June, 18 July, 11September, 16 October, 12 December
 Transport

27 May, 19 June, 14 August, 18 September, 13 November, 18 December

 Broadband 30 May, 10 July, 21 August, 10 October, 20 November

 

 


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Rural Vulnerability Service
Sponsored by Calor, the Rural Vulnerability Service is a information service brought to you by Rural England CIC in association with the Rural Services Network.

 

Calor was set up 75 years ago with the intention of bringing clean, efficient and modern energy to rural Britain. This focus continues today with 75 per cent of Calor's business in the British countryside.

 

Calor supports efforts to tackle climate change and fuel poverty. As an energy provider, it wants rural communities to have a strong voice in the energy efficiency debate – and the same opportunity to reduce carbon emissions and fuel costs as exists in urban on-grid areas.

 

For details about Calor's work with rural communities, click here.
 


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