Cold Weather Payments have been triggered and households may get up to £75 this winter | Personal Finance | Finance

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Exeter Airport: EX1-12, EX24, TQ1-6, TQ9, TQ12, TQ14
Libanus: NP4, NP11-13, NP22-24, NP44, SA9
Little Rissington: CV36, GL54-56, OX7, OX15-17, WR12
Llysdinam: LD1-2, LD4-8, SA19-20, SY7, SY9, SY18
Redesdale: CA9, DH8, NE19, NE47-49
Rochdale: BL0-9, M24, M26, OL1-12, OL15-16,SK15
Rostherne: CW4, CW6-11, M1-9, M11-23, M25, M27-35, M38, M40-41, M43-46, M50, M90, PR7, SK1-12, SK14, SK16, WA1-16, WN1-8
Shap: CA10-12, CA16-17, LA8-10, LA21-23
Stowe: NN1-7 NN11-13, MK18
Trawsgoed: LL35-40, SY20, SY23-25
Woburn: MK1-17, MK19, MK40-46, NN8-10, NN29, PE19, SG5-7, SG15-19
Yeovilton: BA4-10, BA16, BA20-22, BS25-28, DT9-10, SP8, TA1-20, TA23

Britons should contact the Pension Service or Jobcentre Plus if they think they should have received a Cold Weather Payment but have not.

Cold Weather Payments do not affect other benefits and those living in Scotland can not get the payment.

Those living in Scotland will no longer be eligible for the Cold Weather Payment as it has now been replaced by the winter heating payment.

Instead of a payment based on weather conditions, all eligible households will get a flat £50 each year to help with heating bills.

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