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Petition against funding cuts to Citizens Advice in Suffolk

Posted: 20th December 2018

Suffolk County Council has told Citizens Advice charities operating across the county that it is proposing to halve and then withdraw its funding support.  The full council will vote in February on the proposal.  Suffolk County Council funding was worth £375,000 to Citizens Advice across Suffolk during 2017/18. Citizens Advice is already a cost-effective service.  […]

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Christmas opening hours

Posted: 13th December 2018

We would like to take this opportunity to wish our customers and partners a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Some of our team have generously volunteered to come in over the holiday period so these are our opening hours. Christmas Opening Hours Monday 24th December 9.30am-12.30pm Tuesday 25th December CLOSED Wednesday 26th December CLOSED […]

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Results of our full audit


We are very pleased to announce that we scored Green on our recent audit with Citizens Advice. The full audit took place in September. Our auditor spent the whole day checking, reviewing, questioning and scrutinising, having already been passed a considerable amount of paperwork as evidence of the way the charity is organised and managed. […]

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Tribute to Maggie Stadden

Posted: 02nd October 2018

Our team of staff and volunteers at Citizens Advice Mid Suffolk were saddened to learn that one of our volunteers Maggie Stadden had died suddenly.  Maggie had volunteered for us for nearly 4 years.  In her time volunteering with us she helped around 650 people.  She helped people with problems with their benefits, employment and […]

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Citizens Advice Mid Suffolk AGM

Posted: 17th September 2018

Citizens Advice Mid Suffolk will be holding their Annual General Meeting on Friday 2nd November.  The meeting is at Stowmarket Community Centre, Hillside, Stowmarket. It starts at 10am and everyone is welcome to attend. You will have the opportunity to find out more about our work and what we have achieved over the last year. […]

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Research and Campaigns Volunteer

Seeking Research and Campaigning Volunteers

Posted: 02nd July 2018

We are looking for volunteers to do research and campaigning to make a real difference to the lives of people in our community. People come to Citizens Advice Mid Suffolk with all sorts of problems.  Sometimes as our Advisors are trying to help the client to resolve the problem they will notice something that could […]

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Support us in Small Charity Week

Posted: 18th June 2018

Did you know that 18 – 23rd June is Small Charity Week? Small Charity Week celebrates and raises awareness of the essential work of the UK’s small charity sector who make an invaluable contribution to the lives of millions of individuals, communities and causes across the UK. Citizens Advice Mid Suffolk is a locally funded […]

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Are you ready for Universal Credit?

Posted: 17th April 2018

Across the country 1 in 4 working age households will eventually receive Universal Credit. Citizens Advice Mid Suffolk is on hand to help people get ready for Universal Credit as it rolls out in full across Mid Suffolk. What is Universal Credit? Universal Credit is a new benefit for people of working age that helps […]

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We’re closing early due to the snow

Posted: 01st March 2018

Due to the severe weather we are closing early today Thursday 1st March 2018. Our Advisers will be taking calls and seeing clients at our office until 12.30pm instead of 6.30pm. We want to make sure our Advisers get home safely. The best way to get in contact with us is via our website contact […]

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We’re seeking a Young Trustee

Posted: 30th January 2018

Citizens Advice Mid Suffolk have joined Suffolk Young Trustee Programme (18 – 25 year olds). Suffolk Young Trustee Programme is connecting young people with a local charity. Trustees play an important role leading and overseeing a charity and this is an opportunity to be involved in decision making and ensure young people have a voice […]

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