Welwyn Hatfield CAB opens new drop-in centre
RESIDENTS in WGC can now enjoy a new drop-in service from Welwyn Hatfield Citizens Advice Bureau. Last Wednesday the official opening ceremony was held in the Space youth and community centre, in Church Road. Open for at least a year the service, paid f
RESIDENTS in WGC can now enjoy a new drop-in service from Welwyn Hatfield Citizens Advice Bureau.
Last Wednesday the official opening ceremony was held in the Space youth and community centre, in Church Road.
Open for at least a year the service, paid for by a Government grant of �17,000, will enable residents to seek advice on legal, money and other issues.
It will be open on Wednesdays from 10am until 1pm.
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Welwyn Hatfield mayor Mick Long, Lord and Lady Salisbury, who are patrons of Welwyn Hatfield CAB,
staff and volunteers attended the event.
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Lord Salisbury said: "Welwyn Hatfield CAB does an essential job helping people resolve their problems.
"We are delighted this extra money will help it continue to meet the growing needs of people in our
CAB manager Debbie Rixon said: "We are really pleased we will be able to increase the number of people we see."
More volunteer advisers are needed for the WGC service and the main office in Queensway, Hatfield.
If you are interested, call Linda Blain on 01707 260934.
For more information on Welwyn Hatfield CAB visit www.adviceguide.org.uk