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- All Welcome When: Wednesday 6th November 2019, 6pm Where: The Lord Mayor’s Parlour, Westminster City Hall, 64 Victoria Street London SW1E 6QP Citizens Advice Westminster helps people resolve their legal, money and other problems by providing information and advice and by influencing policymakers. This year we are celebrating our 80th anniversary. If you …
- Join Westminster City Council at the next Open Forum on Monday 28 October 2019 at Westminster Academy This is your chance to share your views about issues that affect your life in Westminster: When: Monday 28 October 2019 Where: Westminster Academy, 255 Harrow Road, W2 5EZ Doors will open at …
- Citizens Advice Westminster is marking 80 years of providing free, independent and impartial advice and information to the Westminster community. Citizens Advice was founded on 4 September 1939 – the day after the second world war was declared – as a front-line emergency service for civilians and the Westminster bureau …
- The Citizens Advice Bureaux make the world appear to many citizens in distress to contain some element of reason and friendship. The adviser at a Citizens Advice Bureau is only a fellow citizen with time and knowledge and, if he is worthy of his position, with infinite patience.’ Lord Beveridge, …