Where we are
Audrey Burton House
Telephone: Reception: 01423 639877 (9.30-12.30 – everyday except Thursday - no advice on this line)
Adviceline: 08444 231231
Fax: 01423 231231
Our advice sessions
Due to very high demand for the drop in interviews we suggest that you arrive early to be allocated a place.
Mon: 09.30 – 12.00 Drop in for 10 minute assessment interview.
Tue: 09.30 – 12.00 Drop in for 10 minute assessment interview.
Wed: 09.30 – 12.00 Drop in for 10 minute assessment interview.
Thu: * * * By appointment only – NO drop in sessions * * *
Fri: 09.30 – 12.00 Drop in for 10 minute assessment interview.
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What do Harrogate Citizens Advice Bureau do?
Harrogate Citizens Advice Bureau provides a general advice service by our fully trained volunteers for drop-in clients, appointments and telephone callers. Our specialist services include:
We have 50 volunteers and 12 paid members of staff. Our premises and car park are fully accessible.
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