Cheshire news More than 111k households in Cheshire eligible for cost of living support PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The government is putting out a means tested cost of living support grant as well as additional income support for those with a disability

Cheshire news More than 111k households in Cheshire eligible for cost of living support PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The government is putting out a means tested cost of living support grant as well as additional income support for those with a disability

Cheshire news  More than 111k households in Cheshire eligible for cost of living support PremierLeague-News.Com
24 June 2022 - 13:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! More than 111,000 households across Cheshire can apply for the government's means-tested payment to support with the cost of living. Figures released by the Department of Work and Pensions show that 111,100 households in Cheshire will be eligible for the payment. Across the UK some 8,213,000 households will be able to apply for the grant. In Cheshire, 102,800 households will be able to apply for the additional disability support package. The cost of living grant will be paid in two instalments totally £650. Ministers have confirmed that the first of these payments will be made on July 14. READ MORE: DWP confirms details on upcoming cost of living payment in July The second instalment will be sent out in Autumn.

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. Pensioner households are also set to receive an additional £300 to help with winter costs. Work and Pensions Secretary, Thérèse Coffey said: “With millions of the lowest-income households soon seeing the first of two cash instalments land into their bank accounts, we are taking action to directly help families with the cost of living. Energy bills have spiked across the UK (Image: Yui Mok/PA Wire) “This one-off payment totalling £650 is part of our £37 billion cost of living support package that will put an extra £1,200 into the pockets of those most in need.” Here is a breakdown of the number of families who are eligible for the means tested grant and the disability payment, on the left and right respectively. The list is done by parliamentary constituency. City of Chester - 10,400 / 8,700 Congleton - 7,900 / 8,500 Crewe and Nantwich - 12,200 / 10,100 Eddisbury - 8,600 / 8,700 Ellesmere Port and Neston - 10,800 / 10,200 Halton - 15,200 / 13,300 Macclesfield - 7,700 / 7,600 Tatton - 6,300 / 6,600 Warrington North - 12,000 / 10,400 Warrington South - 9,900 / 9,000 Weaver Vale - 10,100 / 9,700 NEWSLETTER: Sign up for CheshireLive email direct to your inbox here READ NEXT: Sacked Warrington teacher called pupils 'little s***' and 'idiot' Woman, 56, left 'extremely shaken up' after being robbed in street by three men Pedestrian taken to hospital after being hit by car in Crewe Met Office issues updated weather warning as thunderstorms set to hit Cheshire Cheshire paedophile's 'disgusting' messages to 'teenage girl' offering £100 to perform sex act

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