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20 to all people today receive benefit in Cambs as people ‘choose between heating and eating’
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The winter bring cold weather, Dark nights and added money strain for many.
Since the Universal Credit cut households have been struggling inside the kitchen,more than ever before as they must "choose from heating and eating,
To help claimants manage rising costs of living this winter Cambridgeshire County Council is providing a payment of 20 to those on Universal Credit in the county.
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The payments will be distributed around the 39,000 claimants currently receiving commonly used Credit in Cambridgeshire.
triggered in receipt of Universal Credit can apply for the payment by filling in a simple form, As the County Council uses an approach considered to be the first of its kind in England.
it comes down as the council’s Communities, Social Mobility and addition Committee (CoSMIC) Had already agreed to allocate state administration funding of 3.5 million received before Christmas to aid both households with children and others in [url=https://www.bestbrides.net/how-to-tell-if-a-chinese-woman-likes-you/%5Dhow to tell if a chinese woman likes you[/url] need of support this winter.
approximately 1.1m is allocated to provide school meal vouchers over the Christmas and February half term holidays.
2.4m was left for more general family members support, Which any residential in need could claim. Some has been used to support households needing help with essential bills of replacement of white goods such as automatic washers or cookers.
The new plan aims to reach some of those struggling most with additional costs of heating or other essential bills, But who have not yet heard of the available funds, Or accept it isn aimed at them.
Cllr craig Sanderson, Chair on CoSMIC said: "During the pandemic those households who were already struggling cheaply have seen their situation get even worse, and more people have now fallen into this group.
"With rising energy and other desirable bills, And the 20 decrease in Universal Credit last October, Households in Cambridgeshire are already having to choose between heating and eating.
"We should make sure this fund can help everyone who needs it now, And highlight what other help it might be able to provide.
"In our Joint treatment vision to create a cleaner, Greener even more caring Cambridgeshire, it is good to reduce inequality. This is just one of the ways we are bringing that vision to life,
a considerable number of those thought to be eligible have yet to make any claim. although the average level of support is more than 20, Only about one in seven people on Universal Credit has requested help so far.
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