Tag : Citizens Advice

Featured Wokingham

There’s still time for Wokingham to train as mental health first aiders

Jess Warren
There's still time to get involved in Citizens Advice Wokingham's mental health first aider training....
Featured Wokingham

REVIEW OF THE YEAR: November 2020 – Lockdown returns, but schools stay open

Phil Creighton
A second national lockdown was announced, although it was very different to the first. Unlike March, schools remained open, and non-essential retailers were allowed to...
Coronavirus Featured

Borough council checks on 7,000 in second lockdown

Jess Warren
Wokingham Borough Council has checked on thousands of residents to assess their wellbeing in second lockdown....
Coronavirus Featured People Wokingham

‘People don’t stop being hungry during the holidays, do they?’ Wokingham’s Grub Club is open and ready to help

Phil Creighton
“PEOPLE don’t stop being hungry during the holidays, do they?” That’s the view of Anna Rogerson, one of the team of volunteers running Wokingham’s Grub...
Featured Politics Wokingham

Council agrees new debt collection plan after bailiff use rises by 71%

Jess Warren
AFTER increasingly sending out bailiffs to collect council tax debts, the council has agreed to better support residents to manage their debts. For the last...
Coronavirus Featured Wokingham

Wokingham Community Hub on the move this weekend: from St Crispin’s to Cantley Park

Angela Garwood
The Wokingham Borough Community Response group is continuing to adapt to support the community during the coronavirus crisis. Charities and organisations working together to form...