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More information at Used Cars section of the Adviceguide site
You can get CAB advice at Leytonstone Library – Pick up a book and useful advice
Residents can pick up more than just a book at the borough’s libraries with Leytonstone library offering a new service.
Waltham Forest Citizen’s Advice Bureau (CAB), which is funded by the Council, will be available at the library every Monday from 10am-1pm, starting on 5th October until 31 December.
CAB provides general and specialist advice and information on a wide range of issues including; welfare benefits, money, immigration and employment.
The outreach team based at the library will be experienced and qualified staff, so residents will be in safe hands.
CAB also lobby to change social policy to prevent problems from arising by providing local data and research to national think tanks.
Cllr Ahsan Khan, cabinet member for Health and Wellbeing said: “This is a great addition to our library service and demonstrates how we are transforming our services to provide facilities which improve residents’ quality of life.”
“The advice given by bureaux is free, independent and confidential and you can make an appointment over the phone or online. I hope residents will make the most of this useful resource.”
To make an appointment with CAB at Leytonstone library phone 020 8521 5125 or ask for a call back. Or come to our office in Churchill Business Centre, 6 Church Hill, Walthamstow where we can arrange a call back. If it is an emergency you may be seen on the day.
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