24 Mar Minister for Civil Society Visits Brighton and Hove
Last week the Minister for Civil Society, Rob Wilson MP, visited Brighton and Hove to see for himself the fantastic work being done by the voluntary sector in the City. Whilst at The Bridge Community Education Centre in Moulescoomb he chatted to residents at our Moneyworks drop-in session and had a go at accessing our Webcam Advice Service.
Our Webcam Advice Service is funded by the Big Lottery and is an easy and accessible way of accessing specialist advice through the internet. We speak using Skype and email advice to deliver the service and many clients find this a more personal and immediate way of getting http://www.buyambienmed.com help with difficult problems than telephone and letter.
Residents in Brighton and Hove who don’t have access to the internet or who would like support in accessing the webcam advice service can attend one of our Moneyworks drop-in sessions held in community venues across the city. At these sessions residents can also get support with issues such as budgeting, getting the best deal whilst shopping online and using a bank account.
For more information about the Webcam Advice Service and to book an appointment click here: http://www.advicebrighton-hove.org.uk/online-appointments/
For more information about the Moneyworks drop-in sessions click here: http://www.advicebrighton-hove.org.uk/moneyworks/