CAB launch new Benefits and Money Advice Service

CAB PROJECT...Pictured at the launch of the Benefits and Money Advice Service in partnership with CAB, RBL and RAFBL at the Lodge Hotel last Friday are seated from left, Councillor Hubbert Nicholl, Mayor of Ballymena, Councillor Ian Stevenson, Mayor of Ballymoney, Angela Welch, Coleraine CAB manager, and Alderman Maurice Bradley, Mayor of Coleraine. Standing are, Robert G Kemp, Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund group captain, Colin Gracey, CAB, Gregory Campbell MP, and Brian Maguire, Royal British Legion. CR43-199pl
CAB PROJECT...Pictured at the launch of the Benefits and Money Advice Service in partnership with CAB, RBL and RAFBL at the Lodge Hotel last Friday are seated from left, Councillor Hubbert Nicholl, Mayor of Ballymena, Councillor Ian Stevenson, Mayor of Ballymoney, Angela Welch, Coleraine CAB manager, and Alderman Maurice Bradley, Mayor of Coleraine. Standing are, Robert G Kemp, Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund group captain, Colin Gracey, CAB, Gregory Campbell MP, and Brian Maguire, Royal British Legion. CR43-199pl
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A new Project based at Causeway Citizens Advice Bureau was launched at the Lodge Hotel on Friday.

The Project, which provides a Benefits and Money Advice Service for members of the armed forces and their families, ex-service people and their families is funded by the Royal British Legion and The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund.

The Service was first launched in England and Wales in 2007 and in October 2009 it was extended to Citizens Advice Northern Ireland where three Bureaux participated. Causeway CAB is the fourth partner in the Northern Ireland Project.

Speaking at the Launch, Mayor of Coleraine, Alderman Maurice Bradley, said he was aware of the excellent work done by Causeway CAB and was delighted that the Bureau had been chosen to participate in the Project.

Twinning Association thanks

COLERAINE Twinning Association would like to express their thanks to Flowerfield Arts Centre and staff for hosting the Twinning French Film Night - Micmacs.

The evening was a great success with representatives from four local schools, Moyle Twinning Association and Councillor, William McCandless.

Coleraine Twinning is inviting the public to the next meeting in the Training Room, Cloonavin, Coleraine Borough Council, on Thursday, November 3 at 7pm

Everyone is welcome.

and membership is free. For more information please email twinning@mail.com, find us on Face Book or call Carol on 028 7035 6955.