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In this week’s Home-Start Surrey podcast episode, we will speak with William from the Citizen Advice Bureau in Woking, Surrey.
Recently, the Woking Borough Council has been cutting back on many local services that support businesses, such as the Citizen Advice Bureau and several charities in the Woking area. This reduction is affecting a lot of local charities that depend on the services provided by the Woking Borough Council.
In the podcast, Gemma will discuss with William how this cutback affects the Citizen Advice Bureau and what it means for their future plans. Losing a service like this that has been relied upon for many years would be a significant loss for the community.
The Woking Citizen Advice Bureau (CAB) is a well-established charity organisation that provides free, confidential, and impartial advice to people in the Woking area. The CAB has been running for over 80 years and has served the local community by advising on various issues, including debt, housing, employment, and benefits.
The CAB is run by a team of trained volunteers committed to helping people resolve their problems and improve their lives. They work closely with other local charities and organisations to provide a comprehensive support network for the community. The CAB has faced many challenges over the years, but it has continued to adapt and evolve to meet the community’s changing needs.
The recent cutbacks by the Woking Borough Council have put the future of the CAB in doubt, but the organisation remains committed to serving the people of Woking.
It will continue to do so for as long as possible.
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