Bridge advice

Last June, a drop-in service for residents of Bridgnorth and the surrounding villages started up – and the team who run it have now improved the service further.

Bridge Advice Service’s Sally Everett says, “Recently we’ve welcomed a specialist in employment law. Christine Morse is an experienced adviser in employment issues. We’re delighted to have her services to offer along with specialist welfare benefits.

“The service we offer is free, independent and confidential, and we’re open to everyone. Our advisers are trained to thoroughly explore problems and suggest options of how best to deal with problems including benefits, budgeting, housing, and family and neighbour problems. We can also help people fill in forms and appeal decisions.”

The drop-in service is available every Monday between 10am and 2pm at Bridgnorth Community Hub, off Severn Street Car Park in Low Town.


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