The Kitchen Table Hosts Citizens Advice Drop-In

The Kitchen Table Hosts Tunbridge Wells Citizens Advice Drop-In

As part of Citizens Advice Tunbridge Wells & District’s Connecting to Communities Project, one of their advisers will now be based at the Kitchen Table two mornings a week for an informal drop-in style session where people can access advice and support on a range of issues from money and benefits to housing and employment. This project has been made possible by an award from the People’s Postcode Trust and Kent County Council’s Suicide Prevention Innovation Fund.

CATWD Chief Executive, Liz de Villiers says – We have been working hard to expand access to our service by going to where our clients need us most and we are now based at 14 different locations across Tunbridge Wells.  We are looking to expand our Connecting to Communities project over the next year with a particular focus on reaching rural communities and young people. 

Crossways Community are delighted to host these really worthwhile sessions at 19 Camden Road, Tunbridge Wells, so spread the word to anyone you know that might benefit from them.

The Kitchen Table – a good place to chat!

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