If the COVID-19 pandemic has seriously affected your finances, don’t leave it too late before seeking help.
Victims of hate crime are being encouraged to report the problem.
Be wary – be very wary – if you’re tempted to buy gold and silver on the Internet say Dorset Trading Standards.
A grant from the Talbot Village Trust is enabling East Dorset Citizens Advice to recruit generalist volunteer advisers and train existing advisers to offer mental health advice to residents who are suffering from mental health issues arising directly from the results of the pandemic.
With lockdown easing, Citizens Advice throughout Dorset have put special measures in place to help local residents begin to get back to normal.
One in three people in the West have been a target of a scam since lockdown, which is why Citizens Advice Dorset is keen to back the Scam Awareness Campaign which runs from 15-28 June.
East Dorset Citizens Advice (EDCA) is using Volunteers’ Week – which runs from 1 to 7 June – to thank volunteers for their contribution, not only during the coronavirus pandemic, but throughout the year.
East Dorset Citizens Advice (EDCA) has suspended face-to-face advice services for the foreseeable future.