Judith is Heat Hero

Judith Mills collects her certificate with (l-r) Gordon Marsden, MP for Blackpool South, Lord O'Neill of Clackmannan, Vice President of NEA, and Neil Clitheroe, CEO of ScottishPower Retail and Generation.

Judith Mills collects her certificate with (l-r) Gordon Marsden, MP for Blackpool South, Lord O'Neill of Clackmannan, Vice President of NEA, and Neil Clitheroe, CEO of ScottishPower Retail and Generation.

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JUDITH Mills is hot to trot after winning a National Energy Action award.

Mrs Mills was honoured as a Heat Hero by fuel poverty charity National Energy Action (NEA) and ScottishPower, for her contribution to tackling fuel poverty in Blackpool.

Through her work at Blackpool Primary Care Trust and on the Winter Warmth offer Mrs Mills has ensured many of the resort’s most vulnerable residents are able to keep warm and well through winter.

She said: “I am delighted to be chosen as a Heat Hero, it is worth all of the hard work when you know that you have helped people in the local community to stay warm in their homes.”

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