Self-help kiosk at bureau

PROBLEMS with debt, housing, employment or relationships can now be helped using a new self-help kiosk at the Uttlesford Citizens Advice Bureau in Great Dunmow. Members of the public can have free access to the kiosk for information on a wide range of top

PROBLEMS with debt, housing, employment or relationships can now be helped using a new self-help kiosk at the Uttlesford Citizens Advice Bureau in Great Dunmow.

Members of the public can have free access to the kiosk for information on a wide range of topics or continue to use the existing face-to-face service from 10am until 2pm Tuesdays and Thursdays.

The citizen's advice bureau in Dunmow, situated on the High Street, is part of a larger network of offices and drop in centres located throughout Uttlesford, employing a total of 34 members of staff, 27 of which or volunteers.

Bill Payne, who became a trustee last year, said: "Our team of part-time paid staff work many more hours then the bureau is open for, they are dedicated to keeping our standards of advice high by keeping up with legislation.