Get advice in Eye

People from the Eye area can now get help from Citizens Advice at Eye Library.  Citizens Advice Mid Suffolk, a local charity, run the service on a Friday morning from 9am – 12.30pm.  We offer free advice on issues like housing, benefits, money, relationships, and employment.  We can make a referral to a local food bank for you.  You don’t need an appointment.  Drop into the Library and an Adviser will see you as soon as they are available.

Citizens Advice used to hold an advice session at the Eye Health Centre, but this had to stop during the coronavirus pandemic.  The service has now started again at the library.

We can all face problems that seem complicated or intimidating.  At Citizens Advice we believe no one should have to face these problems without good quality, independent advice.   We know it is difficult for people in rural communities to access services.  This is why we wanted to come to Eye to help anyone who needs advice or support.  If you come to Eye Library, our Adviser will give you the knowledge and the confidence you need to find your way forward – whoever you are, and whatever your problem

If you need help at another time you can contact us using the form below or call us on 01449 676060 during our opening hours.

  • To help with your enquiry we may need to record details of your case on our secure computer systems. We have to ask for your permission to record and use your personal information in this way. Do you agree to the Citizens Advice service recording the information that you give us?
  • Everything you tell us will be treated confidentially. Sometimes we suggest that we refer you to another organisation for advice because they will be better able to help or we may need to speak to an organisation that may have information relevant to your issue. Do you agree to the Citizens Advice service sharing your personal information with other advice providers and/or other relevant agencies for the purposes of efficient appointments and obtaining information to help you with your issue?
  • We want to make sure the service you receive meets your needs. To help us understand this and to improve our service, Citizens Advice may want to contact you at a later date to ask for your feedback. Sometimes we need a trusted research organisation to help us do that. We need your permission to share your contact details with a trusted research partner. We may also share some high level information about your visit to make sure we are hearing from different groups. We only share what is absolutely necessary. Do you agree to the Citizens Advice service sharing your personal information with organisations so that you can be contacted to give feedback?