CAB is to move to new location in coastal area

North East Suffolk Citizens Advice Bureau in Lowestoft looking to relocate to bigger premises.Chief

North East Suffolk Citizens Advice Bureau in Lowestoft looking to relocate to bigger premises.Chief Executive Janet John.Picture: James Bass - Credit: James Bass

The Lowestoft office of the North East Suffolk Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) is to open its new doors at St Margaret's House, in Gordon Road, for the first time on Tuesday (August 30).

As the role of the modern day CAB continues to evolve, the Lowestoft branch has been looking for a larger space as it contends with an increasing number of complex matters.

Janet John, chief executive of the North East Suffolk CAB, said: 'Finding and securing new premises has been a long haul and we are deeply indebted to Suffolk County Council and Waveney District Council for their help.

'We hope to create an advice hub where people can access a range of services from different organisations all in the same place.'

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