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Spotlight on: Local work

A focus on the local work of our 61 member citizens advice bureaux, delivering essential advice and information services in locations all over Scotland from the outer isles to our city centres.


  1. 13 Jun 2022

    by George Eckton, CAS Director of Advice Services.

    This article was first published in the Herald on 13 June 2022.

  2. 28 Mar 2022

    by Ash Kuloo, CAS Head of Network Services

    This article was originally published in the Herald on 28 March 2022.. 

  3. 3 Nov 2021

    by Rory Mair CBE, Chair of CAS.

    This column was first published in the Herald on 3 November 2021.


  1. Issue 8 of the Citizens Advice Scotland network magazine
    Citizens Advice Scotland

    Publication date: April 2022

    Welcome to the Spring 2022 edition of Voice Magazine. 

    As we all return to a more normal working life, we talk to Renfrewshire CAB about the innovative approaches they have taken to fill unfunded roles and to welcome new volunteers into the bureau.  In this issue we also take a look at the range of work taking place across the network to help people in Scotland address the current cost of living crisis. We talk to Edinburgh CAB colleagues about how they approached our recent Debt Happens campaign and we speak to Aberdeen and Fife about how they have built relationships and forged partnerships with their local authorities to the benefit of clients.

    We meet some of the new Advice Services Team who explain how they hope to work with the network and we offer up some top tips for getting some local media coverage for your bureaux and promoting the great work you do.   

  2. Publication date: April 2022

    This briefing presents the impact of the Scottish Citizens Advice network over the last few years, and its value to the communities it serves. 

  3. Issue 7 of the Citizens Advice Scotland network magazine
    Citizens Advice Scotland

    Publication date: December 2021

    Here is the Autumn/Winter 2021 edition of Voice. In this issue we focus on some if the green issues that we have all been thinking about in the wake of COP26. We hear from colleagues who attended the climate summit and learn a bit about their roles there. Patrick Harvie MSP shares his thoughts on the event and tells us how we, as a network, can support Net Zero ambitions. We also take a look at a range of energy related issues - from the BESW campaign to fuel poverty and rising energy costs. The Increase Volunteering project team gave us the low down on how they ae supporting training and Roxburgh CAB are ahead of the game in helping their local community to comply with upcoming fire and smoke alarm regulations.

  4. Issue 6 of the Citizens Advice Scotland network magazine

    Publication date: August 2021

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