Help on hand at new Citizens’ Advice Bureau

Outside Seaham's new Citizen's Advice Bureau in Shakespeare Street are (l to r) Alan Roxborough, chairman of Greater Durham CAB, Coun Simon Henig, leader of Seaham Town Council, Neil Bradbury, CEO Greater Durham CAB and Dawn Kirsopp, deputy CEO of Greater Durham CAB.

Outside Seaham's new Citizen's Advice Bureau in Shakespeare Street are (l to r) Alan Roxborough, chairman of Greater Durham CAB, Coun Simon Henig, leader of Seaham Town Council, Neil Bradbury, CEO Greater Durham CAB and Dawn Kirsopp, deputy CEO of Greater Durham CAB.

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A NEW Citizens’ Advice Bureau has breathed new life into a Seaham building after an £80,000 revamp.

The former day centre in Shakespeare Street, Seaham, has been rewired, re-plumbed and refurbished in order to house the CAB, which has a free, decade-long lease on the town centre property.

So far, more than 600 people have been helped by a team of 12 volunteers.

 

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