Get help with the cost of living
Regularly updated information about help with the cost of living. Scroll for Local Support and Online Advice. Summary of government support with the cost of living.
NOTE. If you don’t have enough to live on, you might be able to get help from the government or the local council for essentials like bills and food.
Useful quick checklist: 5 ways to be smarter with your money
Citizens Advice Epsom & Ewell
Our trained advisers are here to help you get the support you should have. They can also refer clients to colleagues in other local organisations for extra help. Find out how to speak to one of our advisers.
Access our free energy advice appointments for support with your fuel costs.
Have a look at our Cost of Living leaflet for a summary of local support.
Read Ten ways to save money, a quick reminder about food, energy, tax, benefits and more.
Have a look at latest summary of government support we can advise on.
Local Support in Epsom & Ewell
Epsom & Ewell Borough Council
Local support and services to help with the cost of living. Check out the EEBC dedicated support web page. Click below for information about the main benefits managed by the council.
EEBC is also a sponsor of Worrying about money? a really helpful source of information with contributions from some 30 local organisations.
Surrey County Council
Health and welfare support. Includes a comprehensive Everyday Living section – staying warm, food, period dignity and much more – as well as financial and benefit support, Healthy Surrey and Community Helpline.
Epsom & Ewell Food Bank
Part of a nationwide network, they provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to them in crisis. Find out about Epsom & Ewell Food Bank and Surrey Epsom Pantry which offers members a weekly shop at reduced prices.
Citizens Advice Online
Grants and benefits to help you pay your energy bills
You might be able to take advantage of certain benefits, grants and help offered by the government and energy suppliers. Read more.
Get help with bills
There is a lot you can do if you’re struggling to pay essential bills – for example for energy, rent or council tax. Read more
Help with budgeting
In times like these it can help to work through the household budget. Our budgeting tool can make the job easier. Read more
Check if you can pay less council tax
You might be able to pay less council tax or not pay it at all depending on your circumstances. Read more
Check what benefits you can get
How to use a benefits calculator. You’ll need information about savings, income, pension, childcare payments and any existing benefits. Read more
Cost of living information
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