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Citizens Advice Waverley is working with Cranleigh Community Radio to broadcast information on key issues impacting the community in Waverley. In this podcast, our CEO Phil Davies shares how Citizens Advice Waverley has navigated through the last 12 months to help people in the COVID crisis. Listen here:      

Want to know more about the various food banks operating in Waverley? Check how you can get a parcel at your nearest food bank on their websites: Cranleigh: https://www.cranleighfoodbank.org Elstead: https://www.elsteadfoodbank.com/ Farnham: https://farnham.foodbank.org.uk/ Godalming St Mark’s Foodbank: https://www.parishofgodalming.org.uk/our-church-of-st-marks/food-bank/ Community Store: https://godalming-tc.gov.uk/community-store/ Haslemere: https://haslemerefoodbank.com/ Want more details? We’re here to help you at: Call us –[…]

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Do you know someone who needs practical advice and support but doesn’t use the internet? Could you let them know they can drop in to all our offices again? This Covid-secure service is for local people – from 29 March 2021. Video Service Availability: Cranleigh: Tuesday, 10.00–14.00 Farnham: Monday to Thursday, 10.00 – 14.00 Godalming:[…]

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Citizens Advice Waverley is working with Cranleigh Community Radio to broadcast information on key issues impacting the community in Waverley. In this podcast, Introduction to Citizens Advice Waverley, one of our Advisors tells us about how we provide people with the help they need to resolve problems in areas such as benefits, work, debt, housing,[…]

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If you’re having relationship problems, there are practical things you’ll need to sort out, for example, who your children will live with or how you’ll pay your bills. Citizens Advice can help guide you through your options. Read more. For practical advice and to speak with our advisers: Call us 0344 848 7969 to speak[…]

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“It’s been a hard week – I’ve just been made redundant”. The number of people asking Citizens Advice help about redundancy triples as the furlough scheme winds down. Citizens Advice Principal Policy Manager Minesh Patel, told Sky News: “People are really worried about what is going to happen next for them, particularly with the end[…]

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A Loyalty Penalty is when bill payers are charged significantly higher prices for staying with their existing supplier – services include mobile phones, insurance, cash savings, mortgages, broadband and more. “As a pensioner I couldn’t afford to keep paying this extortionate amount”. 8 in 10 people are still paying a #LoyaltyPenalty — like Christine, whose[…]

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If you belittle your partner in front of your friends and family, it may mean that your behaviour is crossing the line into domestic abuse. Everyone has the power to do the right thing and change their behaviour. Find out more about why #YouAreNotPowerless to stop #DomesticAbuse through the new campaign from @crimestoppers https://crimestoppers-uk.org/domesticabuse

The Chancellor outlined his Winter Economy Plan last week: – a new Job Support Scheme starting 1 November and running for 6 months as well as an extension of the Self Employment Income Support Scheme – and over one million businesses will get flexibilities to help pay back loans. For more information visit: https://www.gov.uk/gover…/publications/winter-economy-plan But[…]

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Our research tells us that 2.6 million renters have either missed or expect to miss a rent payment because of coronavirus. During the coronavirus outbreak most possession claims in the courts were paused until 20 September. The “eviction ban” ended last week— if you’re at risk of eviction, it’s important you prepare for what comes[…]

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