Citizens Advice Esher

Citizens Advice Esher & District

We provide free advice to help the residents and workers of Elmbridge find a way forward, whatever the problem.


We are following Government advice regarding the Coronavirus outbreak and our drop in service has now closed in all our Offices.

You can still contact us in the following ways:

1.      By clicking on “Contact us” above and scrolling down to our web form   

2.     By ringing us on 01372 464770 Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 10.30am-3.30pm and Wed 1pm to 3.30pm. We are likely to be receiving a high level of calls during this period, so please be patient.

If you have a query about what benefits you can claim click on the space below:


Contact Us

How you can reach us by phone or online

Visit Us

Where and when you can come to us for advice in person

Specialist Advice

We offer specialist advice clinics and services including Debt management

Self Help

The national Citizens Advice website has practical, reliable information to help you solve your problems

Useful Links

You might also find the following links useful for local authority, charities and other services

Our Latest News

The latest news on consumer issues, benefits, the law and local services you need to know

Research & Campaigns

We use our clients’ experience & evidence to research and campaign for positive changes

Volunteer With Us

We have positions for advisers, fundraising support and other support roles

Support Us

We are a charity that relies on donations and support from local organisations.



- October 22, 2020, 11:41 am

@CitizensAdvice: 🚌 If you have a condition that makes it hard to get around, you can apply for a disabled person’s bus pass or railcard. You’ll be able to travel for free by bus, or get a third off your train tickets. Find out how to apply here
h J R

- October 21, 2020, 4:05 pm

@actionfrauduk: If you're contacted by the NHS Test and Trace service, you won't be asked to provide any passwords, bank account info or PINs.   The new NHS COVID-19 app is the only official contact tracing app for England & Wales   Find out more: @NHSCOVID19app #NHSApp
h J R

- October 19, 2020, 12:00 pm

@TaxAidUK: If your income from self-employment is less than £1,000 you may not need to complete a Self Assessment tax return and can ask HMRC to withdraw it. Call us on 0345 120 3779 for further details.
h J R

@Citizens Advice Esher & District

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