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Maximising Income Workshops

Struggling with the Cost of Living crisis?  Need to boost your income?

If you are worried about the cost-of-living crisis and you live or work in Letchworth, come along to one of our FREE ‘Maximising Income’ workshops this June, and learn what you can do to boost the money in your pocket.

At the workshop, amongst other things we’ll ensure to answer the following questions:

Visit to St Paul’s & King’s Community Church

Visits to St Paul’s Church and King’s Community Church

I have been very fortunate to have recently been invited to social events at both of these churches.

They are providing a much-needed service for the local community, especially during our current cost-of-living crisis.

Both of these regular events provide support, refreshments and children’s activities, in a safe environment allowing people to unwind and socialise.

My work experience – Alistair Atkinson

Once again, I have thoroughly enjoyed my time volunteering for North Herts Citizens Advice. I relished being given the responsibility to design and deliver my own workshop on how students can more effectively manage their finances at university. Being asked to do this made me feel valued and I found it to be incredibly rewarding and interesting work; I actually learnt a lot on how I can save money when I go back to university after conducting my research for the project!

Book a workshop

STOP PRESS: Community Workshops – Now taking bookings!

We are now taking bookings for our financial capability community workshops both online and face to face at Create Community (19-29 Station Road, Letchworth Garden City, SG6 3BB). The aim of these workshops is to improve the financial education and wellbeing of our community.

If you would like to attend the Budgeting Workshop, simply click the appropriate link below:

Energy Saving Community Workshop

Last week we ran another face-to-face Financial Capability community workshop for the volunteers at the local Foodbank.

This was an Energy Saving workshop, covering the following:

  • Current energy crisis
  • Energy efficiency – making savings at home
  • Fuel poverty
  • Priority service register

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