New Citizens Advice website offers wide range of services and referrals

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A NEW website has been set up by Citizens Advice which provides a one-stop shop for clients in North and West Kent looking for information and support.

The Advice Together site helps the public to access help from a broad range of local charities and community groups.

The service is particularly aimed at assisting the most vulnerable people in society.

It features around 30 different organisations, ranging from mental health and domestic violence charities to housing associations and council projects.

Sarah Speller, the Advice Together Partnership Manager, said: ‘People can use our website to find the help they need from a wide range of partners.

‘We also have a very successful online referral service called Nellbooker, which allows our members to refer clients on to the most appropriate partner quickly and easily.’

Advice Together was first set up in 2013 as a result of Big Lottery funding won by Citizens Advice in North and West Kent.

The Citzens Advice website can be found at

PICTURE: AT YOUR FINGERTIPS: Sarah Speller’s site offers a wide range of partner services

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