Don't need your pensioner's winter fuel allowance? Want to help someone who needs it more?
Well a local businessman is offering to take the hassle out of redistributing the annual government hand-out.
The scheme comes after a debate in the House of Lords yesterday during which it was argued that wealthy pensioners who didn't need the allowance - worth up to £300 - could pass it on to someone who did.
Passing on the payment has been proposed before, but finding someone to give the cash to has been a problem for many old folk.
But now a local entrepreneur offers to make the deal a lot easier.
'Big' Vern Sharples said: "Uh, yer - that's right enough, all right. What it is, see, is we'll take the bunce off anyone what don't need it and, er - yus - er, give it to someone what does."
Mr Sharples, who operates from the body shop behind Old Station Road, claims to have a "wide network" of needy customers who would welcome the payments.
"Some of my lads will be going door-to-door to fleece - er, ask the pensioners if they want to help out someone more needy. Or they can come here and hand over the bunce - no cheques, cash only please.
"We'll accept any amount from a monkey up to the full three ton."