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  • Service Update - In view of the current exceptional circumstances, we need to change the way we provide advice from our service. In order to protect our staff, volunteers and clients, Citizens Advice St Helens has taken the decision to suspend its drop in sessions and face to face appointments. Anyone with pre booked appointments from Wednesday 18th […]
  • Update on Corona Virus / COVID-19 - At the moment, not many people in the UK have coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, but that could change. There are things you can do to help you avoid getting coronavirus. There are also things you can do to stop the virus spreading if you think you have it. You can read more about the symptoms […]
  • Ena Shaw – Advice Sessions - After being established in St Helens in 1932, local company Ena Shaw has announced that it has gone into administration affecting more than 160 jobs. We will be holding 3 advice sessions to support the ex-employees of the company. As well as its manufacturing centre in Lea Green, this also affects the Duke Street store. […]
  • Negative Budget Survey - Citizens Advice is doing some work to understand people’s experiences of financial difficulty. Many people we help regularly end each week or month without enough money to cover essential items such as rent, mortgage, household bills etc. When they have £0 or less after paying for those costs, it is called a negative budget. We […]
  • Big Energy Savings Week 2020 - Monday January 20th begins Big Energy Savings Week which is being delivered by Citizens Advice, Energy Savings Trust and The UK Government “It’s Big Energy Savings Week and we are here to help you use your power to make a BIG difference! Energy Savings Trust provides a range of advice and information on energy in […]