Do you need advice on how to cut your bill? or get the right grants and benefits?
Not knowing how to use the internet or not having access are huge problems.
Demand for independent advice is growing and we need to strengthen the CAEE volunteer team. Here are 10 reasons why you should consider joining us, in the community’s interest and your own.
Jane Sheils is Volunteer Publicity Adviser at Citizens Advice Epsom & Ewell.
Citizens Advice and Mary Frances Trust link to provide new financial and wellbeing service.
“When I think of Citizens Advice Epsom & Ewell three words spring to mind to illustrate the value of this wonderful organisation: community, service and support. I’m proud to support them during my year of office.” Guest Blog
Councillor Rob Geleit is Mayor of Epsom & Ewell (3 minute read)
Far from traditional boxes ticked the report is an inspiring prospectus.
Urgent call for new volunteers to extend face to face and outreach services.
Ministers should consider more ways of regulating supply of essential home services.
Could you play a vital role in helping people find a way forward?
Do you, or someone you know, need help getting online?
Our national colleague Dominic has written a blog with 5 simple things to do (or do better!) We like it a lot.
Exciting News. Town & Country Housing (Rosebery) is supporting the extension of our financial literacy project.
A call for policy change is growing louder as evidence of a worse crisis mounts.
How to check debt advice is trustworthy, reliable and right.
The digital age offers so much in education, communication, entertainment, healthcare and more. Unfortunately not everyone is included and without help their quality of life can really suffer.
Alison Kelly is a Volunteer Digital Support Officer at Citizens Advice Epsom & Ewell.
At CAEE we love to show our appreciation in team social events.
Press Release. We are seeking a new treasurer who is passionate about changing things for the better in the local community.
Beyond family and friends, being suspicious isn't just ok, it's essential.
We want everyone to know what to look out for to protect themselves and loved ones
A marvellous way to way to show appreciation to our volunteers.
Unfortunately there are already doubts about what it will achieve in practice.
Our campaign, with Trading Standards and Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
Help us run a new partnership project supported by National Lottery Community Fund.
If you're keen to help build a stronger community, we may be just what you're looking for.
We learned more about our own clients and our own assumptions.
Clrr Geleit was recognised as Mayor at a Town Hall ceremony on 23 May.
Nearly 50 local people joined us to help fellow residents in the worst cost-crisis in a generation.
More people needing help. More food bank referrals. More prepayment meter problems.
An updated local leaflet shows how to start sorting things and who to ask for help.
Online and mobile banking have made cash increasingly irrelevant for many.
Down to 17.3% on the previous 4 weeks but still a frighteningly fast rise.
We were able to publicise the rewards and career benefits of volunteering at Citizens Advice.
Frozen food has always enjoyed a reputation for value.
Epsom & Ewell Jobs Fair: Training, Apprenticeships. Local Employers. Career Connections.
The purpose of Rental Health was to investigate the state of the UK rental market.
As the 2023-24 business year begins, we’re launching a new programme of local campaigns for clients.
Worries about the disappearance of cash and credit card payment for car parking is front page news today.
Policymakers always show interest in Citizens Advice. On this occasion they found it easier than usual.
Comment. The February inflation announcement apparently shocked everyone except people who buy food and drinks.
The financial regulator is adding Augmented Reality to its consumer self-help campaign.
Energy scams have risen for obvious reasons (clue: £££). Criminals have different ways of getting hold of personal information or bank details.
Tuesday & Thursday we're open for drop-in. Other week days phone or email. Everyday online (and night)
New report: existing policy is 'inadequate for era of high energy prices'.
The grant is already helping us provide 'critical support' for families under pressure.
We’re walking to raise £6,000 to support local families who badly need advice they can trust.
We could be facing a cost-of-living AND debt crisis. Housing including sky- rocketing rents is a critical issue.
The focus of this month's Citizens Advice online briefing is housing. Everyone welcome.
A new blog from our Research & Campaigns Team reports evidence from Surrey Local Citizens Advice, national Citizens Advice and the respected Institute of Fiscal Studies.
In National Student Volunteering Week why it makes sense whatever course you're on.
CAEE is delighted to support this event as part of our campaign to help local people facing digital exclusion.
Could you (a friend or family member) donate some hours each week to help the community as a Citizens Advice volunteer?
Our trustee board discussed headline priorities for the charity in 2023 and beyond.
Energy suppliers told to stop forcing prepayment meters on struggling families.
We're very pleased to report the success of our first Financial Literacy Course for 100 Year-12s at EEHS. Thanks to all involved.
Thank you for your interest in joining the team at Citizens Advice Epsom & Ewell.
How to save money on energy and make sure you’re getting the support you’re entitled to.
Rainbow is Epsom & Ewell's latest Warm Space joining others in helping people stay warm and save on bills this winter.
We're proud to post in full Jane's piece for The Observer. (Jane pictured right with Publicity Manager Louise.)
We will continue do everything possible to help people in difficulty and use our data to alert ministers and the public to the need for more support.
Today the government’s energy-saving campaign goes on TV for the first time. A 30 second ad shows how thinking energy for just 30 seconds could save hundreds of pounds.