Demand for Citizen's Advice Bureau services 'never higher'

Demand for Citizen's Advice Bureau services 'never higher'

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Simon Meechan

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Demand for Citizen's Advice Bureau services 'never higher'

The new chairman of Maidenhead's Citizen's Advice Bureau (CAB) says demand for the service has never been higher.

The town's bureau advises more than 3,000 people a year.

Long-standing Royal Borough councillor Derek Wilson is the new chairman of the Maidenhead branch, taking over from Tony Hill.

Cllr Wilson, who is also a governor of Desborough College and sits on the board of Housing Solutions, said: "I'm very proud of our volunteers who do amazingly valuable work.

"The team members donate an enormous amount of their time in order to provide a free advice service that meets the highest standards."

Maidenhead CAB is holding its annual meeting on November 21 at 4 Marlow Road, Maidenhead, from 6pm.

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