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How to beat credit crunch

PUBLISHED: 10:59 26 June 2008 | UPDATED: 10:17 12 August 2010

A TRAINED advisor from the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) will visit a public meeting to advise residents on the effects of the credit crunch. Duty manager of Penge CAB, Joseph Clark, will be at the Penge Forum meeting on July 2 to answer questions and of

A TRAINED advisor from the Citizens' Advice Bureau (CAB) will visit a public meeting to advise residents on the effects of the credit crunch.

Duty manager of Penge CAB, Joseph Clark, will be at the Penge Forum meeting on July 2 to answer questions and offer information.

Penge Forum vice-chair Sonia Whitaker said: "The credit crunch has left many people with questions they would like to raise with a trained advisor."

All are welcome to attend the meeting at the Memorial Hall, Penge Congregational Church, 172 Penge High Street, at 8pm.


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