This year we celebrate the granting of rights and liberties to us all 800 years ago in Magna Carta – but do you know what rights you have today?
What are human rights?
Human rights are based on important principles like dignity, fairness, respect and equality. They protect you in your everyday life regardless of who you are.
Back in the 1980’s Britain was the only EU country which did not offer full statutory maternity leave, but our regulations have changed dramatically since then. The information below summarises the current range of options available for parents.
Now mothers must take at least 2 weeks off work and can take up to 52 weeks.
“Pension freedom” from 6th April means that millions of people over 55 can withdraw all their pension savings. However this potential avalanche of cash will undoubtedly attract many crooks, scams and unwise investments. You may be unhappy with the returns your pension has achieved or be disappointed about the annuities available,
Following consultations with community groups within the Borough, the Trustees and Management of Camberley CAB have decided to change the name of the service to Citizens Advice Surrey Heath. The change will take effect immediately.
The main purpose of this move is to increase the visibility and availability of the CAB’s service to the whole Surrey Heath community.
Over the last year in Surrey Heath we have helped more than 3,000 people who made 14,000 enquiries. Statistics are however just numbers and much more important is the advice and assistance we have provided. You can see examples in the real life case studies.
A big thank you to our 66 volunteers,
2015 CAB Surrey Heath Golf Day
We are delighted that the exclusive Swinley Forest Golf Club has agreed to be the venue for the CAB Charity Golf Day on 23rd April 2015.
Full details will follow soon, but for information about taking part or sponsorship please contact our organiser and trustee David Horton on 01252 675348 / 07734 809048 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Why is a bailiff coming?
If you owe money, one of the ways your creditors might try to get their money back is by
using bailiffs. Bailiffs are used to take your goods away and sell them to raise money to pay
your creditors. Bailiffs are also called enforcement officers or enforcement agents.