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Sudbury Citizens Advice awarded cash boost to aid work during the coronavirus pandemic




The Sudbury branch of Citizens Advice has received a vital cash boost to help improve its support for clients amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Former Sudbury Rotary Club president David Lowe presented a cheque for £1,800 to Elaine Gorman this week.

The money will go towards a new system to aid remote communications between advisers and clients, particularly for more complex cases.

Sudbury and District Citizens Advice Bureau .Keyse House, Acton Lane, Sudbury.Sudbury Rotary Club has made a £1,800 donation to Sudbury Citizens Advice Bureau to help the charity during the pandemic, chief offier Colleen Sweeney with David Lowe past president and Rotary members. Picture by Mark Westley. (42173036)
Sudbury and District Citizens Advice Bureau .Keyse House, Acton Lane, Sudbury.Sudbury Rotary Club has made a £1,800 donation to Sudbury Citizens Advice Bureau to help the charity during the pandemic, chief offier Colleen Sweeney with David Lowe past president and Rotary members. Picture by Mark Westley. (42173036)

Elaine said: “We are keen to recruit and train more volunteers. We know the impact of coronavirus will mean more people will need our help and advice, and this donation will enable us to meet that demand.”