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West Oxfordshire CAB

West Oxfordshire CAB is made up of two CAB's , Witney CAB and Chipping Norton Please select a bureau from below for more information

Witney CAB

Address: The Old Print House, Marlborough Lane, Witney, Oxfordshire, OX28 6DY

West Oxfordshire CAB (Witney)

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Chipping Norton

Address: 31 High Street, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7 5AD

West Oxfordshire CAB (Chipping Norton)

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  • Higher rail fares but 2-hour delay for Oxford commuters

    Date: 20/08/2014

    A 3.5 per cent fare hike combined with rising childcare bills and increasing housing costs all take an extra bite from flat pay packets, says Citizens Advice boss - the same day that Oxford commuters face 2-hour train delays.

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  • Holiday problems? 6,500 people turned to AdviceGuide for help in July

    Date: 26/08/2014

    Online self-help Adviceguide.org.uk received a record number of holiday-related enquiries in July - including from people still on their holidays. The site is run by the national charity Citizens Advice.

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  • IFAs warn of new pensions mis-selling scandal

    Date: 26/08/2014

    A reputable Independent Financial Adviser warned of a "one-man pensions mis-selling scandal" if over-50s are encouraged to cash in their pension pot next year.

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  • Costly broadband cancellation charges - evidence from Citizens Advice

    Date: 27/08/2014

    New evidence from the Citizens Advice service reveals some people are finding themselves locked into unsuitable broadband contracts or hit by arbitrary cancellation fees when they switch to get a better service.

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  • Housing cost "cliff edge": 3 in 5 households worried about bills

    Date: 28/08/2014

    3 million working parents are cutting back on food spending to pay their rent or mortgage, housing charity Shelter has reported. Even working households face increasing instability in their income.

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