You may have noticed some changes at Citizens Advice Westminster. The Citizens Advice service has undergone rebranding, as have we. Read more for details!
There are two important elections coming up in the next few months. One for a new London Mayor and the other is a Referendum on whether the UK should remain in the European Union. Find your nearest polling station!
Nine voluntary agencies in Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea and Hammersmith and Fulham are delivering services to those who have suffered domestic abuse or related issues.
Westminster celebrated Carer’s Rights Day with an afternoon of presentations, information and advice by more than a dozen organisations.
Anne visited the bureau after mounting debts were affecting her in all parts of her life. She tells us it was “the best thing I ever did” after our advisors helped her through this difficult period.
Sam tells us what it’s like to volunteer at Citizens Advice Westminster in the Research & Campaigns team.
As of the 5th October 2015 we are improving the service with updated times for our telephone helpline and drop-in information service. We will also have more gatewayers on hand to help.
Liz, a disabled woman of 57, came to the bureau to find out if we could help advise her on how to access the money she was entitled to.
At Westminster CAB we like to get involved in national campaigns that affect local residents. Have a look at some of the exciting campaigns that we’re involved in.
We have a Money Smart programme for the over 55’s that aims to help with confidence, ability and maximisation of income.