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Citizens Advice seeks new trustees

Local advice charity, Citizens Advice Winchester District is looking for new trustees to join their team.


If you’re interested in social justice and want to help change things for the better in your local community then becoming a trusteeof this influential and important charity could be for you.

Citizens Advice Winchester District provides free, confidential advice to thousands of people each year, helping resolve a wide range of issues from money and benefits issues to housing and employment problems.


Citizens Advice Winchester District would like to hear from individuals with a wide variety of skills who are enthusiastic about supporting this respected local charity. It isn’t necessary for trustees to have direct experience of CitizensAdvice, just a commitment to the charities aims and objectives and the ability to offer approximately half a day a week of their time, unpaid.


If you would like to find out more, please contact us by emailing admin@cawinchesterdistrict.org.uk.

If you need advice telephone 03444 111306 or call into one of the Citizens Advice offices in Winchester or Bishop’s Waltham.More details available at: www.citizensadvice.org.uk.



Natalie Webb (right), Chief Officer of Citizens Advice Winchester District, with one of the volunteers

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