The CAB and Volunteers

The Citizens Advice Bureau gives free, confidential advice on a wide range of subjects. It is independent and advice is completely unbiased. It works for change by recommending improvements to local and national policy based upon experience of clients' problems.

The Bureau is committed to equal opportunities for its workers and clients, and welcomes volunteers regardless of race, gender, sexuality or disability. It values volunteers highly. Ninety per cent of people in the Bureau are volunteers. We pay travel expenses and free car parking is available

What Do They Do?

Citizens Advice Bureaux rely upon volunteers to provide the advice service. This means working on the huge variety of issues that clients consult us about every day.

Assessors and Advisers work in teams, with support from colleagues and management There is a range of information and specialist support to enable us to provide a quality service.

We always need more volunteers. You do not need to have any previous experience; we will provide the training. If you are interested, click here.