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Conservative candidate, Jo Churchill, sees work of Citizens Advice Bureau in Stowmarket

PUBLISHED: 20:55 12 December 2014

Conservative prospective parliamentary candidate for Bury St Edmunds visiting the Mid Suffolk Citizens Advice Bureau in Stowmarket - From left: Roger Rehahn, Mid Suffolk Citizens Advice chairman, Simon Clifton, fundraising officer, Hannah Barton, marketing officer, Pauline Smith volunteer generalist adviser, Jo Churchill, Robin Williams, supervisor, Jill Wilshaw, volunteer gateway assessor, Lia Cobbold, volunteer gateway assessor Steve Kozak, welfare benefit specialist

Conservative prospective parliamentary candidate for Bury St Edmunds visiting the Mid Suffolk Citizens Advice Bureau in Stowmarket - From left: Roger Rehahn, Mid Suffolk Citizens Advice chairman, Simon Clifton, fundraising officer, Hannah Barton, marketing officer, Pauline Smith volunteer generalist adviser, Jo Churchill, Robin Williams, supervisor, Jill Wilshaw, volunteer gateway assessor, Lia Cobbold, volunteer gateway assessor Steve Kozak, welfare benefit specialist

Andy Abbott

The Conservative candidate for Bury St Edmunds has visited a branch of the Citizens Advice Bureau.

Jo Churchill went to Mid Suffolk Citizens Advice Bureau in Stowmarket, which is also in the constituency, to find out about the work carried out there.

She spent time with the staff and volunteers who explained the issues currently being faced by the residents and workers of Mid Suffolk.

Mrs Churchill said: “I was delighted to visit the Mid Suffolk Citizens Advice Bureau and meet the wonderful, friendly and dedicated team of staff and volunteers who play such a vital role working with others to provide information to and support the community.”

The branch provides advice and support to more than 3,300 clients per year with the 10,500 issues they face in their day to day lives. Call 01449 6760606 for more information.

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