Citizens Advice in Newquay

The Citizens Advice office in Newquay will close early on Thursday 19 March at 11.15am for staff training. You can still access our services by texting the word ADVICE to 78866 and we'll call you back within 48 hours (excluding weekends). Alternatively, you can call us on 03444-111444 Mondays to Fridays from 10am to 4pm - calls are charged at your normal rate. You can also find useful inf...
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Debt Advice Caseworker

Debt Advice Caseworker Citizens Advice Cornwall are looking for a positive and professional part time Debt Advice Caseworker for 18.5 hours per week. You will be part of a small team covering the full range of debt work as required by the MAPSFDAP Project. The successful candidate will have recent debt advice/casework experience and be willing to travel and work at offices in East Cornwall. Thi...
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We’re Looking for a Business Development Officer to Join our Team

Business Development Officer Citizens Advice Cornwall offers free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone, covering areas such as benefits, debt, employment, housing, consumer issues and discrimination. We value diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination. We aim at all times to recruit the person who is most suited to the job and welcome applications from pe...
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New Citizens Advice Service in St Ives

Citizens Advice is expanding its services with a new outreach in St Ives. The new service, which starts in January, will provide advice on a wide range of issues such as benefits claims, debts, housing and employment and will take place on the third Thursday of the month at St Ives Library. The service will initially operate on an appointments only basis and has been launched with a £1,000 g...
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Citizens Advice Celebrates 80 Years with Penzance Tree Planting

Citizens Advice has marked its 80th anniversary with a tree planting ceremony in Penzance. The tree was planted by the Mayor of Penzance, Cllr Nicole Broadhurst and Citizens Advice Cornwall Chair of Trustees, John Baker, with local Citizens Advice volunteers and staff at Penlee Park. The charity was established at the outbreak of the Second World War to help people with wartime regulations, ...
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Citizens Advice Opens New Home in Bodmin Town Centre

Citizens Advice Cornwall has opened a new office in Bodmin to serve the people of the town and surrounding areas. The charity’s new facilities at the Old Library, in Lower Bore Street, include advice rooms and office space in the centre of town and was opened by the Lord Lieutenant of Cornwall, Edward Bolitho, who is also Patron of Citizens Advice Cornwall and the Mayor of Bodmin, Cllr Jeremy C...
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Citizens Advice Celebrates 80 Years with Truro Tree Planting

Citizens Advice has marked its 80th anniversary with a tree planting ceremony in Truro. The tree was planted by the Mayor of Truro, Cllr Robert Smith and Citizens Advice Cornwall Chief Executive, Gill Pipkin, with local Citizens Advice volunteers and staff at St Georges Road. The charity was established at the outbreak of the Second World War to help people with wartime regulations, temporar...
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Christmas and New Year Opening

Citizens Advice Cornwall office opening hours over the Christmas and New Year have been announced. Offices across the county will be closed for drop-in sessions and appointments from Friday afternoon on 20 December 2019 to Thursday 2 January 2020. During this time, the CA Cornwall phone and text service will also be unable to take messages. Citizens Advice Cornwall Chief Executive, Gill Pipk...
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Time to Make Council Tax Collection Work for Everyone Says Citizens Advice Cornwall

Regulations governing how council tax arrears are collected are inflexible, push people further into debt and need to change, says Citizens Advice Cornwall. That’s because when people miss a single council tax payment, they become liable for the full year’s council tax bill soon after. The rules also mean councils are pushed to use the court process to collect arrears, and don’t set out what go...
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Citizens Advice Celebrates 80 Years with Saltash Tree Planting

Citizens Advice has marked its 80th anniversary with a special tree planting ceremony in Saltash. The oak tree was planted by the Mayor of Saltash, Cllr Gloria Challen and Citizens Advice Cornwall Chief Executive, Gill Pipkin, with local Citizens Advice volunteers and staff at Pillmere Green. The charity was established at the outbreak of the Second World War to help people with wartime regu...
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