Local Citizens Advice charities are marking 80 years of providing free, independent advice nationally by opening their doors to attract new volunteers.Citizens Advice was founded on 4 September 1939 – the day after World War II was declared. Since then, the service has become a trusted household name. Last year it helped 2.7 million people across England and Wales in person, by phone, email or web chat.
Local Citizens Advice charities are holding open sessions for people who want to find out more about volunteering.
Bury St Edmunds – 2pm – 4pm on 4th September at Citizens Advice West Suffolk, 90 Risbygate Street, Bury St Edmunds