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Outreach clinics for Glenkens

26th September 2023
An advisor sat at a stall, with literature and a pull-up banner.
The outreach project’s Generalist Advisor Fiona.

Our Generalist Advisor Fiona says, “if you are looking for advice, pop in to our Glenkens Outreach Clinic”.

Funded by the Blackcraig Windfarm fund, the clinics are held fortnightly on a Monday at the Glenkens Community Centre in St John’s Town of Dalry and fortnightly on a Tuesday at The Catstrand in New Galloway.

Fiona is on hand from 10-4pm to give advice on a range of topics such as housing, debt, benefits, employment and much more. No appointments are necessary and the service is free, confidential, impartial and independent.

Fiona said, “please feel free to drop in to any of the available clinic’s, or if you can’t make it and need advice, please telephone the Dumfries Bureau on 0300 303 4321 and ask to leave a message for the Glenkens Advisor who will return your call. Or you can visit the D&GCAS website at www.dagcas.org”.

The upcoming clinics are as follows:

The Citizens Advice Bureau Outreach Clinic has a Generalist Advisor at The Glenkens Community Centre.

A fortnightly clinic is on a Monday 10-4pm.
Drop in. No appointment required.
October 9th,23rd.
November 6th, 20th
December 4th, 18th
January 15th, 29th.

The Citizens Advice Bureau Outreach Clinic. At The Catstrand New Galloway

A fortnightly clinic is on a Tuesday 10-4pm.
Drop in . No appointment is required.
October 3rd, 17th, 31st
November 14th, 28th
December 12th
January 9th, 23rd

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