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Bodmin Office Re-opens at Chy Trevail

Citizens Advice Bodmin is moving from Normandy Way to the new council offices at Chy Trevail from 24 August 2018. Drop-in sessions - where members of the public can turn-up without an appointment - take place from 9.30am to 10am on Tuesdays and Thursdays on a first come, first served basis. Citizens Advice North and East Cornwall Area Manager, Becky Moore, said: “This new facility will be...
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We’re Improving Our Service

To allow more time for our clients to get face-to-face advice at our drop-in sessions in Truro and St Austell, we're making some changes to our office hours. From Monday 16 July in St Austell, we will be running drop-in sessions (no appointment needed) on Mondays from 10am-1pm. Wednesdays will change to pre-booked appointments only between 10am to 1pm with no drop-ins. In the Truro office, dro...
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Citizens Advice Newquay Office Closes for Major Works

The Citizens Advice office in Newquay will close from Tuesday 10 July to Thursday 2 August while Newquay Town Council carry out interior alteration works to the building. Citizens Advice Area Co-ordinator for Mid Cornwall, Karen Durston, said: “Although we will be unable to run a service from the Newquay office while the works take place, members of the public can still access our advice by ...
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Recruitment of New Trustees

Citizens Advice Cornwall is looking for new trustees with special responsibilities for legal services or  fundraising. Trustees are volunteers and become members of the trustee board, regularly attend their meetings; contribute to charity's policies and strategy, define goals, set targets and evaluate performance; monitor the organisation's financial position and actively seek opportunities to ...
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Come and Raise Funds for Citizens Advice!

As a charity, Citizens Advice Cornwall relies on grants and donations to support its valuable work for the community. To keep this free service going, we're looking for an enthusiastic team of volunteers to come up with ideas, organise events and take part in fundraising activities across the county. From concerts to sponsored walks and car boot sales to coffee mornings, no ideas are too big or...
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St Austell Office

The Citizens Advice St Austell office will be closed on Wednesday 16 May and Wednesday 23 May. You can still access our service by texting the word ADVICE to 78866 and we'll call you back within 48 hours  (excluding bank holidays and weekends). You can also call our Adviceline on 03444-111444 Mondays to Fridays from 10am to 4pm.
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Hard-Hitting Report Reveals the Real Toll of Consumer Problems in Cornwall

A badly disabled woman and her carer husband were grounded when a trader failed to refund their money after a car they bought broke down on its second day: “My main concern is looking after Maria and when you are stressed yourself while caring for someone it makes it much harder to cope.” A man suffering bouts of severe mental illness and the early stages of dementia living alone in a remote...
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