MP’s ‘thank you’ to Bristol’s Citizens Advice service

Karin Smyth MP supporting Bristol Citizens AdviceKarin Smyth thanked staff and volunteers working at the city’s Citizens Advice service for providing her Bristol South constituents with a range of support and advice.

Speaking at a Parliamentary event, the Labour MP said: “Staff and volunteers at Bristol Citizens Advice provide free confidential and impartial advice to help local people from across our city resolve everyday problems and challenges by telephone and face-to-face.

“They work hard to deal day-in, day-out with issues including finances, employment and housing. They also help people develop the skills and confidence people need to help themselves.”

Bristol Citizens Advice has a drop in service at Bristol Advice Point, 1 Quay Street, BS1 2JL, on weekdays (9.30am to 1pm). Self-help computers are available there Monday to Thursday 9.30am to 4.30pm. People can also call a telephone advice line weekdays 10am to 1pm, on 03444 111 444. There is also a special debt advice line operating Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 9.30am to 4pm on 0117 946 2588.