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 Free debt advice sessions launched for Dogsthorpe residents

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Free debt advice sessions, run by the Citizens’ Advice Bureau, have been introduced by the Greater Dogsthorpe Partnership to help local residents manage their finances successfully.

The sessions will be held at the Neighbourhood Management Centre at 76 Central Avenue, Dogsthorpe, Peterborough, each Friday from 26 January between 9:30 am and 12:30 pm.

Acting neighbourhood director Graeme Clark said: “I am thrilled that professional debt advice will now be available locally and I hope that residents will take the opportunity to gain valuable advice about their financial situation.

CAB manager Keith Jones explained: “The Department of Trade and Industry’s Financial Inclusion Taskforce provided £45 million of funding across the UK to enable a step-change in the availability of face-to-face debt advice to financially excluded clients.

“Peterborough CAB now has the services of two full-time and one part-time equivalent debt workers who can deliver face-to-face debt advice under the Financial Inclusion Fund to residents of Greater Peterborough until the funding runs out on 31 March 2008.

“This significant increase in the availability of free face-to-face debt advice is being targeted at areas of high financial exclusion and the most disadvantaged social groups in England and Wales.”

January 2007




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