For years the law has allowed landlords to force tenants out without giving a reason.
News & Blog Posts
"Clients are often great money managers – always on the lookout for bargains."
Ideas, news and views about things that matter to our clients, volunteers and the community.
Plans to close all ticket offices revealed at the weekend will "worry those who struggle with digital services or do now have a smartphone"
Half way through Scams Awareness Fortnight it's time to check on progress.
CAEE advisers are helping more local people who have been targeted as the cost-of-living crisis takes hold.
Heartening account of one family's kindness to people displaced by war.
Ewell event in support of Citizens Advice was "huge success".
5 Top Tips to avoid falling victim to the the most common scams.
We're supporting Scams Awareness Fortnight, a campaign to stop people becoming victims of cost of living fraud.
Maureen and Jack embody the purpose and spirit of volunteering at Citizens Advice.
A dedicated volunteer reflects on her long service at Citizens Advice.
Our Debt and Outreach Adviser reflects on her experience of an essential citizen responsibility.
Things that matter to our clients, volunteers and the community.
We invited visitors to take the familiar fun challenge and 'Splat the Rat'.
Our volunteers join us for so many reasons. There's as much variety in their professions and experience.
We were pleased the chancellor introduced targeted support for families.
For Nina that picture of a little Syrian boy's body on a Turkish beach was decisive.
Remarkable people who give time and expertise to help neighbours and the community.
We're setting up a financial literacy project to help local Year 12 students prepare for adult life.
Confidence with numbers links to all our 2022 campaigns. We're delighted to support the today's National Numeracy conversation.
In the pandemic ministers successfully used universal credit to help families.
We are delighted to announce an extension to our drop in sessions - we've already extended our opening hours on Thursdays and, from 17 May, we'll also be open on Tuesdays from 10 AM to1 PM
Our specialist team are trained and skilled to help people with severe and enduring problems.
Citizens Advice at local and national level is supporting official and public responses to war in Ukraine.
16 to 34s more likely to fall victim to text and call scams than over-55s.
Online letting means checking regularly to be in with a chance.
Our colleagues asked us to tell you about their partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support. We're happy to oblige.
We were delighted to see Epsom Hub coordinator Claudia Aristide at our staff and volunteers meeting.
'Deeply worrying' as many households face 'a cost of living catastrophe'. (FT)
Local need for crisis support grew in the second half of 2021-22.
Two local clients were held up by lack of digital skills.
Will people without access to the internet be able to take advantage of the Spring offer?
When the whole world seems to live online, it's easy to feel left-behind.
One of our main jobs at Citizens Advice is to help people get the support they need.
Lords ask if existing legislation is fit for purpose.
New ways to get help, to report or discuss suspected criminal activity.
Our April energy advice leaflets will help you take the right next step.
Our campaign aims to help families who have difficulty with computers and the internet.
A lot of our clients need help to use the internet for normal household tasks
Can you help us improve the prospects of local young people?
The council's housing team describes their dual focus as people in need and working in partnership.
Good news! Our advisers will be available without appointment on Thursdays 10.00am to 1.00pm starting 31 March.
The perfect opportunity for someone who wants to make a difference in the lives of local people.
We hope Mr Sunak will help prevent a serious cost of living crisis. 23 March 2022
We joined a Friends Against Scams free online group.
King Kindness and winter fuel payments
We're delighted to participate in the Aviva Community Fund. Our aim is to deliver financial literacy sessions in local schools and colleges.
Inflation, fuel prices, digital exclusion. There was no shortage of things to discuss!
This is a new post, reporting to the Chief Executive, on a permanent contract and based in our Epsom office, although working at locations across Epsom & Ewell as the role requires.
Citizens Advice Epsom & Ewell provides advice to approx. three thousand local people each year who live, work or study in our borough. We are currently in a key development phase for the organisation, seeking to become more self-sufficient financially while developing new projects to deepen and expand our advice work.
The purpose of this role is to drive our fundraising and donations income by increasing our profile and support across the local borough of Epsom & Ewell. You will lead on our publicity, raising our profile to a range of stakeholders; plan and run community fundraising events & increase individual, group and corporate donations to our organisation.
The successful applicant will need to be confident, enthusiastic, be willing to try new things and be passionate about the work Citizens Advice Epsom & Ewell does, with the ability to communicate this passion to our potential and existing supporters.
If you have experience in local fundraising, with a creative and dynamic approach, then we’d really like to hear from you.
The closing date for applications is the 16th July 2017.