Our specialist adviser Richard shares his top tips for managing your money.
Cambridge Citizens Advice held their Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 7 November 2016 at Hughes Hall. Over 70 people attended, including the Mayor of Cambridge Jeremy Benstead, and trustees, staff, volunteers, partners and supporters of Citizens Advice.
At Cambridge Citizens Advice, we’ve all been talking about 'I, Daniel Blake', Ken Loach’s latest film about one man’s experience of the benefits system. This is a review of the film by Generalist Adviser Stephen Thornton.
Are you getting the best deal on your gas and electricity? You could save as much as £300 a year by switching supplier and reducing the amount of energy you use. For Big Energy Saving Week (31 October – 4 November), Citizens Advice is running a campaign to help people save money on their energy bills.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a reception volunteer at Citizens Advice? Maybe you’ve considered volunteering yourself, but you’re not sure whether it’s for you? Read our Q&A with Diana to find out why she volunteers at reception and what it’s like.
Calling all students in Cambridge! Whether you’re a Fresher or a returning student, if you need information or advice about anything – including accommodation options, housing issues, money and budgeting – you might find these links useful.
On 11th August, Cambridge CAB held a summer party for volunteers, trustees and staff in the beautiful Fellows’ Garden at St John’s College. The guests were treated to guided tours of the college and grounds.
As the holiday season gets underway, we're sharing our top tips for travelling to help people avoid their dream holiday becoming a nightmare.
Are you a good listener? Do you want to help people in your community overcome the problems they face? Would you like a volunteer role where you will always be learning something new? If so, join our friendly, supportive team as a Volunteer Adviser.
Scams Awareness Month, which takes place in July, is a campaign to fight back against scammers, who cost UK consumers an estimated £5 billion each year. During this month, we are focusing on raising awareness about scams and helping people to recognise and report them.