If you’re struggling to pay for food and other daily essentials, you may be able to get help in a number of ways.
Household Support Fund
This has been introduced to assist households in meeting the increasing costs of food, energy and water bills over the winter months.
If you’re receiving Universal Credit payments, you will be aware that the £20 pw Covid uplift ended on 30 September 2021 which means you are receiving less money. However there are other benefits you may be entitled to.
Help with housing costs and bills
Cold Weather Payments for each week in the winter temperatures stay at zero Celsius or below will be paid automatically.
Our Annual Review is now available:
We can help you access support to identify the best deals for energy provision and access national and local grants where applicable, including Frimley Fuel Allotments and Project Wenceslas – sponsored by Woking Lions Club.
This was set up by Woking Lions Club to help the people of Woking and surrounding areas who may be struggling to pay their fuel bills and have possibly built up debt to their energy supplier.
We are looking for a volunteer who can support our staff and other volunteers with IT related matters.
What will you do?
Volunteer Form Filler
What will you do?
Salary: £23k-£25k p.a. FTE depending on experience
Hours per week: up to 37 (job share considered)
Type of contract: One year fixed term
Citizens Advice Surrey Heath is an independent charity that provides the advice and information people need for the problems they face through telephone,
If you have been a victim of fraud, don’t panic or feel ashamed – there are things you could do.
If you feel threatened, call the police immediately on 999. If you have paid money in the last 24 hours or the scammer is nearby you should use 101.
After a 6 month pause, court proceedings to evict private sector tenants began again on 20th September. If you’re behind on rent payments you could be evicted.
New pandemic protection
Until at least the end of March 2021 landlords must now provide tenants with 6 months’ notice of eviction in all cases bar those with 12 months’ rent arrears or those raising other serious issues –