A Suffolk town is set to get a new Citizens Advice office as the service looks to establish a greater presence in the town.

The bureau will be opening a new branch in Cumberland Street, Woodbridge on Wednesday, April 10 and the centre will be available for visits by appointment on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays between 10am and 2pm.

Visitors will be able to access support with legal, debt, consumer, housing and other problems.

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Chiara Saunders, chief officer of Citizens Advice East Suffolk, said: "With our offices spread from Lowestoft in the north to Felixstowe in the south, we identified Woodbridge as an important centre with good accessibility for our clients with train and bus transport.

"Making sure we are accessible to as many East Suffolk residents as possible is an important part of our work.

"Cumberland Street is a great location and we very much look forward to getting the office up and running."

The new office is replacing a previous two hour per week outreach service in the town.

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