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The Citizens Advice service in Bodmin will be closed on Tuesday 15th January and Tuesday 29 January. The service will continue to open on Thursdays as usual.
You can still access our services by texting the word ADVICE to 78866. If your issue is about debt, text the word DEBT to 78866. You can also call us on 03444-111444 Mondays to Fridays between 10am and 4pm, although this line can be very ... Read More
Quality of Advice Training & Assessor
Location - To be agreed
Salary - £26,000 pro-rata - minimum 22.5 hours per week.
Closing date is Midday Monday 21st January 2019. Interview date to be advised.
Further details including Job Description and Application Form can be found below.
CV'S ARE NOT ACCEPTED
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Advice Cornwall office opening hours over the Christmas and New Year have been
across the county will be closed for drop-in sessions and appointments from mid-day
on Friday 21 December 2018 to Wednesday 2 January 2019. During this time, the
CA Cornwall phone and text service will also be unable to take messages.
Advice Cornwall deputy chief executive, Be... Read More
Citizens Advice Cornwall is throwing its
weight behind a campaign for an independent regulator to crack down on
New figures from Citizens Advice England
and Wales and debt charity StepChange reveal 850,000 of the 2.2 million people
contacted by a bailiff in the last two years were victims of bailiffs breaking
Of the people affected by, or who
witnessed a b... Read More
A number of events are taking place across Cornwall offering Christmas meals which are free or by donation. Listed events are free of charge unless otherwise stated.
Downderry: Village Hall, Christmas Day 12.30pm for 1 pm Christmas lunch. Please call 07929-930584 / 01503-250124 or email email@example.com
St Austell: Cornerstone Community Centre, Trinity Street, Christmas Day 12pm for 1... Read More
Citizens Advice Cornwall has released a Christmas list of 12 tips to help people avoid pressure on their household budgets.
The charity’s dozen budget bullets could help guard against the heavy toll the festive season can take on family finances - and help them start the new year without a debt hangover.
In the past 12 months, advisers at Citizens Advice Cornwall helped 2,204 people with deb... Read More
The Citizens Advice Newquay office will open on Thursdays from 10am to 1pm for drop-in sessions without appointments from the week commencing 26 November. This replaces the drop-in sessions on Tuesdays when the office will now be closed.
You can still access our services by texting the word ADVICE to 78866. If your inquiry is about debt, text the word DEBT to 78866.
You can also call us on 0... Read More
More than 13,000 problems with purchases in England and Wales on online marketplaces were reported to the Citizens Advice consumer service last year.
Online marketplaces - websites where traders and private individuals list and sell products - are becoming increasingly popular for people trying to find the best deal.
As customers turn to online marketplaces in the lead-up to Christmas, Citiz... Read More
Citizens Advice Cornwall has helped more than 19,000 people with 46,000 issues from problems with benefits to debt and from housing to discrimination according to new statistics revealed by the charity today in its annual report for 2017-18.
The organisation’s dedicated team of advisers, working from eight offices and outreach centres from Saltash to the Isles of Scilly helped people gain £3.6 ... Read More
Col Edward Bolitho, the Lord Lieutenant of Cornwall, has agreed to become patron of Citizens Advice Cornwall.
Col Bolitho is well known throughout Cornwall for his work with a range of charities and organisations and manages the family Bolitho Estates.
Welcoming Col Bolitho’s appointment, Gill Pipkin, Citizens Advice Cornwall’s chair of trustees, said:
“We are delighted and honoured to ha... Read More