Our drop-in service is now open in all three sites. To keep clients, staff and volunteers safe, we have a number of COVID-19 measures in place. Please note that you will be seen by video link in a private interview room.

 

 

Get Advice:

Peckham

97 Peckham High Street
SE15 5RS


Drop in Service: 10am - 3pm

Bermondsey

8 Market Place, Southwark Park Road
SE16 3UQ

Drop in Service: 10am - 3pm

Walworth

6 – 8 Westmoreland Road, Walworth
SE17 2AY

Drop in Service: 10am - 3pm

Latest News

CAS is in the news!

Read an article in the London Post about our work with Macmillan Cancer Support here

Read an interview with one of our benefits experts in My London here

 

Notice: Citizens Advice Southwark  Annual General Meeting
6.00 pm Wednesday 9th December 2020
(There is no public meeting this year due to Covid-19)

AGENDA

  1. Welcomes and apologies for absence
  2. Minutes of previous AGM held on 20th November 2019
  3. Resolution 1:

To elect the following Trustee who was co-opted in the year: Thomas Smith

  1. Resolution 2:

To elect the following Trustee who is retiring and standing for re-election: Aleksandr Al-Dahir

  1. Presentation of the Trustees Annual Report and Financial Statements for the year ending 31 March 2020
  2. Resolution 3:

To adopt the Financial Statements for the year ending 31 March 2020

  1. Resolution 4:

To authorise the Trustees to appoint auditors for next year and to agree their remuneration

  1. Close

 

Suspension of drop-in service

Following Government advice, drop-in face to face advice services at our 3 offices in Bermondsey, Peckham & Walworth are suspended from Thursday 5th November to Wednesday 2nd December. Advice and information is still available over the phone, by email, web-chat and online.

Please note all services will be closed for staff training on Thursday 12th November from 3pm.

Safe Reopening of Citizens Advice Southwark

Our face-to-face service is now available at all three offices from 10:00am to 3:00pm.

We have put measures in place to ensure all clients, staff and volunteers are as safe as possible from Covid-19. The use of face masks is encouraged if you are able to do so.

Our telephone and e-mails service is also still available.

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Coronavirus – what it means for you

There are things you can do to help you avoid getting coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. There are also things you can do to stop the virus spreading if you think you have it.

You can read more about the symptoms of coronavirus and how to avoid it on the NHS website.

You can also read guidance on how the UK is affected by coronavirus on GOV.UK. This guidance from the government is updated every day.

You can also watch British Sign Language versions of government advice on the SignHealth website.

For more advice click here

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