Citizens Advice

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Citizens Advice (used to be called Citizens Advice Bureau) is the biggest independent advice organisation in the United Kingdom. The first 200 offices opened on 4 September 1939, four days after World War II started.[1] In 1973, the government funded NACAB, the National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux, to enlarge the network. In 2008/9, there were 416 member organisations offering advice from over 3,300 locations in England and Wales and 22 more in Northern Ireland all of which are independent Charitable organizations. [2]

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  1. "Citizens Advice Bureau 75 year anniversary: Geese too loud? Lost false". The Independent. 2014-09-07. Retrieved 2023-01-24.
  2. "Introduction to the Citizens Advice service".