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Art Competition with The Citizens Advice Bureau

Art Competition with The Citizens Advice Bureau

The Citizens Advice Bureau in Manchester set our art students a competition to design a mural for their newly refurbished offices!  They wanted a bright and colourful piece of work that showcased all things that we love about Manchester!

Congratulations to our competition winners Lucy Withington, Josh Hibbert-Jones, Mya Hayman, Holly Greenough, Jemimah Mohmed, Natasha Irwin, Sophia Elliott, Megan Derbyshire who met the brief perfectly designing these fabulous murals!!!

Here is some information about what the Citizens advice Bureaus can offer you!!

Citizens Advice can offer free, confidential, impartial and independent advice to all younger people on important

matters such as

- Living independently and understanding the financial support that might be available

- Want to continue your studies and want help to understand what additional support you can get?  

- Working alongside your studies and feel you're being treated unfairly e.g. not given breaks, not paid National Minimum Wage?

- Need help with managing bills and making sure you can budget for all the things you need to pay for?

- Have problems with a difficult landlord?

We can help with all of these problems and more - whoever you are, whatever the problem, we're here to help. Our service is entirely FREE and CONFIDENTIAL and we don't judge. You can get in touch by phone on 03444 111 222, (Facebook @ManchesterCAB,) or find details of webchat (and our face to face Community Hubs) at www.citizensadvicemanchester.org.uk