Guide to getting ready for winter
As the days get shorter and the temperature drops there's no disputing that winter is on its way.
While winter brings festive celebrations, long walks in the crisp seasonal sunshine and cosy nights in front of the television, for some people this isn't a time of year they look forward to.
Our Getting ready for winter guide offers helpful hints and tips on the practical steps you can take to make the winter months easier and ensure you're prepared for the bad weather.
This guide covers a range of topics including how to stay fit and healthy in the cold with flu jabs and a NHS Health Check, making your money go further and financial help available, such as Cold Weather Payments, and how to prepare your home and car.
It also discusses the importance of getting out and about and staying active despite the weather, includes ideas for tackling loneliness and information about the free support available from a range of different organisations.
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Winter home maintenance and preparing your home
Click here to view some helpful home maintenance tips from Anchor to help you prepare your home for winter and avoid the cold.
Winter Fuel Payments and seasonal financial support
Managing money during the winter months can be a cause for concern as utility bills rise. Click here to learn what support you may be entitled to.
Getting out and about in winter
Winter weather can make travel more difficult, especially if you are driving. Click here to read some safety tips from Anchor.
Winter health checks and flu jabs
It is vitally important to make sure you are fit and healthy through the winter months. Click here to learn how a winter health check and Flu Jab can help.