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New Citizens Advice Herefordshire Kington Service At The Old Police Station from Tuesday, 7th December 2021


Citizens Advice Herefordshire are delighted to announce that they are going to be providing to a new Citizens Advice regular service at The Old Police Station, Kington.

Citizens Advice have been helping people in the community for free since 1939 and we continue to provide advice on an astonishingly wide range of problem areas. The most common issues that we deal with are to do with debt and benefits. The comment that we most often hear is “I wish I had to come to you sooner – I didn’t realise how much you could do to help me” .

Sonya Gregory, Advice Services Manager for Citizens Advice Herefordshire said “Advice services are particularly important at the moment, as many people have found themselves facing difficult problems due to the financial and social consequences of the current Covid 19 crisis and are not sure where to turn to”.

Citizens Advice Herefordshire’s dedicated and experienced advisers will be able to provide free, independent, confidential and impartial advice on a range of issues including debt, benefits, housing and family issues locally that affect all our lives.

Sonya Gregory also said “Countywide outreach centres are invaluable for meeting the needs of the most vulnerable in the community, particularly for those who cannot access our services in Hereford city. We are committed to developing our services in these areas of the county to ensure more people can get advice”.

The new Citizens Advice Herefordshire Kington advice sessions will be located at The Old Police Station, 1 Market Hall St, Kington HR5 3DP from Tuesday 7th December 2021.

To book a face-to-face appointment, clients should call our advice line, 0344 8269685 or text 0786 00 77 311 with your name and postcode.

We would also love to her from anyone who is interested in training to be a volunteer advisor for Citizens Advice. You only need to be able to commit one day a week and you do not need to have any special qualifications. You will join a community of people who love what they do and all get a great deal from it.

To find out more about volunteering and for press enquiries, contact gwen.fraser@citaherefordshire.org.uk


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