Consumer Council looks forward to meeting show-goers at the Antrim Agricultural Show on Saturday 26 July.
Consumer Council looks forward to meeting show-goers at the Antrim Agricultural Show on Saturday 27 July.
The Consumer Council has thanked consumers throughout Northern Ireland who came to speak to its staff when it exhibited at various Agricultural Shows during the summer. The event formed part of the Consumer Council’s outreach campaign which aims to provide face to face engagement and support for consumers right across Northern Ireland.
The Consumer Council is heading to the Antrim show at Shane’s Castle on Saturday 27 July, one of a number of shows it is attending during the summer. Consumer Council staff will be available to members of the public who have any queries on consumer issues, including how to get the best deals on water and energy bills.
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The Consumer Council is delighted to present its Corporate Plan for the period 2008-2011. We really enjoyed developing the plan and our objective was to make it meaningful, forward-looking and relevant to consumers, our partners and our Government.
Farmers and householders can potentially save money on utility bills and the Consumer Council can show them how, when it attends the Antrim Agricultural Show on Saturday 26 July. The organisation also plans to offer free independent advice to farms to help ensure they aren’t paying more for water than they have to
The Consumer Council is heading to the Newry Agricultural Show and Family Festival on Saturday 29 June 2013, one of a number of shows it will be attending during the summer.