Citizens Advice outreach service to open in Hunstanton

Citizens Advice outreach service to open in Hunstanton

The service is due to start early August 2021: watch press for further details.

Norfolk Citizens Advice are proud to be supported by Hunstanton Town Council to provide a much needed outreach service in the town. This will be on Wednesday each week for drop-in assessments between 10am and 12 midday and 12 midday - 2pm for appointments in Hunstanton Community Centre.

The service is due to start early August 2021: watch press for further details.
Jon Cheyette, CEO at Norfolk Citizens Advice said “collaboration and partnership working with local councils is important so we can better meet the needs of local communities. As a local charity we manage to support around 20,000 Norfolk residents each year with over 60,000 issues. However, we also know there are many more people who need our help but cannot access us to get impartial and accredited advice. This brilliant initiative with Hunstanton Town Council will ensure people in the town will find it easier to get the help they need to find a way forward”

In order to provide the much needed service Norfolk Citizens Advice is looking for local volunteers:
If you are interested in joining Norfolk Citizens Advice as a volunteer giving a few hours of your time each week in Hunstanton or King's Lynn please do get in touch.Full training would be given; previous experience of giving advice would be an advantage and is desirable but not necessary, but confident and competent IT skill are needed.
Hunstanton Mayor, Cllr Adrian Winnington, said, "I am very pleased that Hunstanton Town Council is able to provide the facilities for residents to access help and support from Norfolk Citizens Advice within the town. This is something we have been working at to bring to Hunstanton and is going to be another important use for our recently refurbished Community Centre. We look forward to working with Norfolk Citizens Advice."
To apply please go to I want to volunteer — Norfolk Citizens Advice (ncab.org.uk) and complete and submit the forms.