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Citizens Advice Launches Search for Volunteers in Bude

Event details: Volunteer Information Morning: Wednesday 30 October – 9.30am to 1pm at Bude Library – drop in for a chat! Citizens Advice Cornwall is looking to expand services in North Cornwall, where there is a strong demand for help with problems about debt, benefits and housing. Chief Executive, Gill Pipkin, said: “In order to help more people we desperately need more volunteers to ...
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Citizens Advice Helps Write-off £5.4 million of Debt for People in Cornwall

Citizens Advice Cornwall has helped write-off £5.4 million worth of unmanageable debts for people in the county according to new statistics released by the charity today. The statistic is contained in the organisation’s annual report, which also shows more than 8,500 people came to us for advice on a wide range of issues – from debts and benefits to housing, employment, immigration and consumer...
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Changes to Citizens Advice in Newquay

From this week, (7 October) the Newquay Citizens Advice office will open for drop-in sessions (when no appointments are needed) on the second Thursday of every month. You can still access our services by texting the word ADVICE to 78866 and we'll contact you within 48 hours (excluding weekends). You can also find a wealth of useful information on a wide range of subjects on our website at ci...
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Citizens Advice St Austell

The Citizens Advice office in St Austell will be open on Monday 7 October for emergency cases only. If your case is not an emergency, you can still access our advice by texting ADVICE to 78866 and we'll aim to get back to you within 48 hours, excluding weekends. If your inquiry is about debt, please text DEBT to 78866. You can also find a wealth of up-to-date information on our website at ww...
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Citizens Advice Cornwall Marks 80th Anniversary Celebrations

Citizens Advice is celebrating 80 years of providing free, independent advice on a vast range of subjects to people throughout Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. The national Citizens Advice service was founded on 4 September 1939 - the day after World War II was declared. Since then, the service has become a trusted household name. Last year we helped more than 8,600 people with their problems ...
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“Stop – Report – Talk” – New Research Finds Only Half of Victims Report Scams

Sixty-two per cent of people in the South West have been approached by a scammer in the last two years according to new research by Citizens Advice Cornwall. Worryingly, of those targeted, only 52% of people spoke to anyone about it. Under the slogan “Stop, Report, Talk: Be #scamaware”, Citizens Advice Cornwall are encouraging people to talk about their experiences and look out for others, part...
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Take Part in our Zero Hours Contract Survey

Do you have a zero hours contract with your employer or think you may have one? We're carrying out valuable research in Cornwall to find out how many people are on contracts where they don't know for sure how many hours they'll be asked to work each week and whether they're happy with this arrangement or not. Please help us by filling out this short, confidential form: https://www.surveymonk...
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New CEO for Citizens Advice Cornwall

Gill Pipkin has been appointed permanent chief executive officer of Citizens Advice Cornwall. Gill, who has been acting CEO of the charity for the last six months on a part-time basis will take-on the role on a permanent basis from 1 July. In a statement, the organisation's board of trustees said: "Following a rigorous recruitment process, we are pleased to announce that Gill Pipkin has been...
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Citizens Advice Launches New Services for Launceston

Citizens Advice Cornwall is planning an expansion of its service in the Launceston area. The new advice sessions, including appointments for Pension Wise, will take place at The Orchard Centre in Market Street and replaces sessions previously held in the town library. The decision to expand the service in Launceston follows the announcement of the closure of the Kensey food factory in the to...
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