Despite the Conservative government taking away most people’s rights to free legal aid the CAB (Citizens Advice) is still around helping people with all types of problems.
They are now at Stretford Public Hall on Chester Road giving advice to people who need it on a weekly basis.
Citizens Advice Trafford offer free, impartial support on a wide range of issues from welfare benefits to employment, to faulty items and more.
At this time of rising living costs, they can help to make sure you are getting any benefits that you are entitled to, and help identify ways that you might be able to save money.
Their volunteer advisors won’t tell you what to do, but will explain your options and help you understand which direction you would be best going down with a range of options for you to choose.
Citizens Advice Trafford will be at Stretford Public hall every Tuesday, from 1.30pm – 3.30pm. There is no need to book, just pop in with any questions or issues that you need advice with.
For more information about the sessions, contact Emma by email firstname.lastname@example.org or just pop into the hall to find out more.