Rural outreach for advice
People go to advisers with all sorts of issues – money, benefit, housing or employment problems.
The Rural Advice Service offers money/debt and welfare benefits advice, including advice on Universal Credit for individuals and families living in rural areas, plus general advice.
Drop-in advice sessions are held at Brookenby Community Centre and Binbrook Children’s Centre on alternate Tuesdays, Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre on Monday mornings, Hemswell Cliff Children’s Centre on Thursday mornings, Market Rasen Children’s Centre on Wednesday mornings and Market Rasen Hub on Tuesday mornings.
For more information, visit www.citizensadvice.org.uk/local/west-lindsey or call 03444 111 444.