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08/07/15        GET FREE INSULATION FOR YOU HOME As     part     of     the     Energy     Companies     Obligation     Scheme     (ECO) introduced   in   Jan   2013,   larger   energy   companies   have   been   working with   the   Government   to   reduce   the   UK's   energy   consumption,   by giving     free     insulation     to     households.     One     of     the     participating companies   is   British   Gas,   currently   offering   free   insulation   to   both landlords   and   tenants. You   don't   have   to   be   a   British   Gas   customer,   or buy   any   other   products   and   services.   Suitability   is   based   on   your home,   not   your   income.   Your   home   could   qualify,   whether   you   own   or rent   it.   To   find   out   more   about   the   scheme   and   check   if   your   property is eligible, please visit: british gas/free h ome insulation _ ______ 15/06/2015   NEST SCHEME Nest    is    a    Welsh    Government    scheme    working    to    help    reduce    the number   of   households   in   fuel   poverty   and   make   Welsh   homes   warmer and   more   energy-efficient   places   to   live.   Nest   offers   a   range   of   advice and   support   for   everyone   to   save   energy   and   maximise   income.   for more information about how you could benefit, visit: NEST Wales . _ ______ 15/06/2015    LOCAL HOUSING ALLOWANCE (LHA) RATES IN PEMBROKESHIRE To   check   the   current   Housing   Benefit   rates   in   Pembrokeshire   visit Directgov website . _ ______ 04/06/2015          JAMIE   RUNNING   THE   CARDIFF   HALF   MARATHON TO FUNDRAISE FOR PEMBROKESHIRE CARE SOCIETY Our   former   Tenant,   Jamie ,   is   running   the   Cardiff   Half   Marathon   on 4th   October   2015    in   order   to   raise   money   for   Pembrokeshire   Care Society ,   which   Pathway   Lettings   are   a   part   of.   Pembrokeshire   Care Society   is   a   local   charity   providing   advice   &   assistance   to   all   persons experiencing    housing    or    homelessness    related    issues.    The    raised money   will   be   donated   to   the   Crisis   Fund,   thanks   to   which   clients   can be   assisted   in   times   of   crisis   with   items   such   as   furniture,   food   packs, hygiene   packs,   sleeping   bags   etc.   Please   support   Jamie   &   PCS   by sharing   the   news.   If   you   wish   to   donate   a   sponsor   form   is   available   in our   office. Any   donation   will   be   greatly   appreciated.   Thank   you   &   GO JAMIE! _ _______ 02/06/2016         CAN’T   AFFORD   A   BOND   TO   SECURE   YOUR   NEW TENANCY?   YOU   MIGHT   BE   ELIGIBLE   FOR   A   PEMBROKESHIRE CARE SOCIETY BOND Pembrokeshire   Care   Society   (formerly   known   as   PASH/PATH)   is   a registered    charity    (No.    1048218/Companies    House    No.    3062605) founded in 1979. PCS   strives   to   assist   all   homeless   persons   with   advice,   assistance and    advocacy    to    enable    them    to    secure    safe    and    affordable accommodation. A   Certificate   Bond   Scheme   funded   by   the   Welsh   Government   may   be available to some clients who qualify for help. For   more   information   about   help   and   assistance   you   could   get   please visit:   Pembrokeshire   Care   Society   website    or   phone   01437   76   53   35 or   free   number   0   800   783   5001   to   book   an   appointment   and   discuss eligibility. _ _______ 25/05/2015   WELCOME TO OUR NEW WEBSITE! We   have   improved   and   updated   our   website   to   make   it   clear,   more interesting   and   easy   to   use.   You   can   now   browse   photo   galleries   in our   property   list   and   find   some   useful   information   and   links   about tenancy   related   matters.   We’ve   also   refreshed   our   facebook   page    - follow   us   to   be   the   first   to   know   about   new   properties   that   become available.
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