A NEW debt counselling service has been launched at Market Rasen’s Festival Hall.
National charity Christians Against Poverty (CAP), has set up the centre amid rising bills and cuts in public services.
It means individuals in the Rasen area will now be able to take advantage of the charity’s free, specialist advice.
The Market Rasen Centre launch is one of five in the Lincolnshire and Grimsby area this month alone as the charity grows to address the UK’s urgent need.
Heading up the Market Rasen CAP centre is Estelle Forsythe, who will work with all members of the local community, regardless of religious belief, negotiating with creditors to work out a realistic budget for clients which prioritises food and essential bills to ensure they will be debt-free within five years.
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