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Citizens' Advice Bureau

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Definition of Citizens' Advice Bureau in English:

noun

(In the UK) an office at which the public can receive free advice and information on civil matters.
Example sentences
  • Please go to your local post office, or the Citizens' Advice Bureau for more information.
  • The team has been set up to provide advice on debt and welfare and is based at the Citizens' Advice Bureau offices in Farnworth.
  • I went to the Citizens' Advice Bureau for advice and they advised me there would be a duty solicitor at the court for me to see.

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