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Is your Energy Provider 5 Stars?

Thinking of switching energy supplier? The latest @CitizensAdvice star rating can help you make a more informed choice – see who came out on top

Citizens Advice in Craven from 1st February 2019

Several changes are taking place with the Citizens Advice service in Craven from 1st February 2019. We will be moving out of St Andrew’s church in Skipton on 1st February 2019 We can be contacted by: Calling 01756 457222 (Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 10am to 4pm) Email form on our website In person at Dyneley […]

Volunteer in our Skipton office

We are recruiting now for volunteers to be trained to greet and assist our clients at a venue in Skipton. We are looking for people who will be available to volunteer on Tuesdays or Thursdays between 1 and 4.30pm. We are also looking for greeters for our advice session at South Craven Library, Mondays 1 […]

Write your Will in November…

… and don’t forget us! Its important for everyone to have a will, regardless of how much money you have. We also know that the cost of writing a will can be daunting. So we’d like to tell you about a free online will writing service that is solicitor approved. Beyond life – make a […]

The good and bad of energy…

The new energy star shows many suppliers are letting people down. If you’re not happy with your supplier you should consider switching Or use our clear and eaay to use online switching tool:

Help with Bailiffs

Bailiffs knocking on your door can be very stressful but remember that you have rights – our advice can help

Support us in the Local Lotto

Help us make a difference and support our cause on THE LOCAL LOTTO Sign-up for only £1 a week and be included in our Special Launch Draw You get the chance to win cash prizes up to £25,000 every week We get 50p from every £1 ticket (and a further 10p goes to other good […]

We Campaign for You!

From UniversalCredit to loyalty penalties, CitizensAdvice research drives big changes that saved people hundreds of millions of pounds

Train Delays

Facing a delayed journey or cancelled train? You may be able to get a full or partial refund if you’re more than 30 minutes late arriving at your destination Links to local train operators Delay Repay schemes:

It’s Scam Awareness Month

Under 25s are increasingly at risk of online and identity fraud. Scams are complex and sophisticated. Be #scamaware and report them to stop others being targeted