Citizens Advice has been asked by the Department for Energy and Climate Change to lead Big Energy Savings Week and support people to: CHECK – SWITCH – SAVE to save both money and energy Energy bills form a big part of everyone’s expenditure and in the winter months most of us use more energy. You can follow these […]
Back by popular demand, our annual Cranleigh Bridge Tea was back again for another exciting afternoon on Wednesday 14th October, raising approximately £830. The event was packed with guests who enjoyed a sumptuous tea of home-made sandwiches and a wide selection of home-made cakes, such as Dorset toffee-apple cake, orange tea bread and banana and walnut loaf. Our thanks go to Nina Howells […]
Our first ever race night on Saturday 3rd October 2015 was a ‘runaway’ success raising over £1,200. Sixty people joined in fun placing bets and naming horses, and one lucky winner came away with VIP tickets to Plumpton races. Our thanks go to Larry Westland, Nina Howells and Steve Fulton for organising the event, and to Christine […]
Most of us are familiar with Trading Standards and the work which they do to advice and protect customers in the UK. But you may not be aware that the Trading Standards Institute also delivers information and support for both consumers and businesses who are shopping for goods and services across the EU. This service […]
Do you want to keep on working but worry about discrimination because of your age? There are now numerous options for retiring or continuing to work after the age of 55. Recent legislation has made it possible to access private pensions from the age of 55, but the age at which you can access the […]
We are pleased to report our CAB riders took part in the annual Farnham Bike Ride this year raising over £700! Well done to Michele Taylor, Dave Cliffe and his friend to whom are most grateful for their efforts.
Do you drive or employ drivers? If you do, you need to know about these driving licence changes which apply from 8 June 2015. From 8 June the paper counterpart to the photocard driving licecnce will no longer be valid. This part of the licence displayed details of some vehicle categories you are entitled to […]
The secret of life is honesty and fair dealing. If you can fake that, you’ve got it made. Grouch Marx. Honesty is important. It affects many aspects of our lives. For example, the people we elect to govern us expect us to be honest. Not to claim benefits fraudulently. Not to evade paying tax. It […]
Our thanks go to The Rotary Club of Godalming Woolsack for organising a fantastic evening at The Godalming Borough Hall showing the romantic comedy classic “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”. The evening raised £600 for our charity.
The cell phone has become the adult’s transitional object, replacing the toddler’s teddy bear for comfort and a sense of belonging. Whatever reasons we all have for using mobile phones, more and more of us do so. In 2001, 75% of households had mobiles. Last year that figure had risen to 95%. Despite a reduction […]