Meet our Neighbourhood Engagement Officer

Firstly, who are you and what is your role?  My name is Alan Fitzpatrick and I’m the Neighbourhood Engagement Officer at CABB. I joined Citizens Advice after I retired and have been here for the last three years as a volunteer adviser. I’ve now taken on my...

Top tips for moving to university

Moving to uni is an exciting time but can also feel daunting. For many students, university is your first time thinking about things like rent, bills and budgeting. That’s why we’re sharing our top tips to consider when moving to uni – whether you’re a fresher...

Simple changes to save on your energy bills

With another winter of high energy bills ahead, small changes can make a big difference when it comes to saving energy and lowering your costs.  We’re sharing our advice on getting help if you’re struggling with energy bills, plus tips on how to cut energy costs...
Meet our new trustees

Meet our new trustees

We’re excited to welcome some new faces to our Board of Trustees. Below, we’re introducing Lauren and Rob. Who are you and what is your role at CABB? Rob: “My name is Rob and my role at CABB is as a Trustee. While at university I volunteered at a local...
A farewell from our CEO

A farewell from our CEO

I got my first job in 1998 working as a Welfare Benefits Caseworker based in Birmingham. I joined Citizens Advice Bolton in 2001, originally as a Projects Manager before becoming Business Development Manager, and eventually Chief Executive Officer in 2013.  In my two...
Help if you’re worrying about money

Help if you’re worrying about money

The cost of living crisis has made things harder for a lot of people. It’s important to seek help if you’re worried about money. Our advice is always free, confidential and non-judgemental.  We know that dealing with your debt situation can be an off-putting and...

Please Note

Our Bolton office will be closed Monday – Wednesday for the foreseeable, we are still open on Thursdays and Fridays.

Should you require advice, you can reach our advice line service on 0808 278 7804.

Emergency contact details for local authorities in both Bury and Bolton are as follows:

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Bury –

Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

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