Save the Citizens Advice Bureau in Derby

Derby City Council’s cuts to Voluntary Sector Funding were ‘called in’ – challenged – on 1st March 2016 at a meeting at the Council House. The two hour meeting resulted in a decision that the cuts totalling £747,595 were ‘lawful’.

The decision will have a significant impact on many Derby voluntary and community organisations and will leave Derby without a Citizens Advice Bureau, so Derby is to become the only city in the country not to have a Citizens Advice Bureau – if you would like to sign a petition to try and save Derby’s CAB click here