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New website offers advice for Gravesham and Dartford residents

PUBLISHED: 07:00 31 May 2018

Sarah Speller, the Advice Together Partnership Manager, with the website open on her laptop. Picture: Advice Together

Sarah Speller, the Advice Together Partnership Manager, with the website open on her laptop. Picture: Advice Together

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A new website providing a one-stop shop for anyone in North and West Kent looking for advice has been extended to include Gravesham and Dartford.

The Advice Together website helps the public to access help from a broad range of local charities and community groups.

Co-ordinated by Citizens Advice in North & West Kent, Advice Together is a partnership aimed at providing services to the public, especially the most vulnerable.

It includes around 30 organisations ranging from mental health and domestic violence charities to housing associations and council projects.

Sarah Speller, the Advice Together partnership manager, said: “We also have a very successful online referral service called Nellbooker, which allows our members to refer clients on to the most appropriate partner quickly and easily.”

The new website can be found at: www.advicetogether.org.uk where the public can see details of members and the services they offer.

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