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Citizens Advice South Somerset believes that everyone should have somewhere to turn to for advice and assistance. We are here to help you find a way forward.

We offer free and confidential advice on many issues including benefits, housing, debt and money, employment, family related issues and food parcels.

You can call us, email us or ask us to call you.
Full details on our website:

Housing advice and casework
Debt and money advice
Making and managing benefits claims
Access to Somerset Local Assistance Scheme

Due to Covid-19 the face to face drop in service is closed.

We are open and here to help phone us or email us. Advisers are available Monday - Friday 10.00am to 4.00pm

Locations we operate in

Yeovil - 03444 889 623

40-42 Hendford, Yeovil, BA201UW

Crewkerne - 03444 889 623

The Town Hall, Crewkerne, TA187LN

Ilminster - 03444 889 623

Ilminster Medical Centre, Ilminster, TA199FE

Wincanton - 03444 889 623

The Balsam Centre, Wincanton, BA99HB

Services we Provide


South Somerset Citizens Advice Bureau provides free, independent and confidential advice on any subject.

Individuals living or working in the South Somerset area can access advice via drop in, appointment, telephone and email at one of our various locations.

What we do

We provide free, independent and confidential advice on any subject.

We specialise in:

  • Debt Relief Orders
  • Money Advice
  • Welfare and Benefits.

We also run the Local Assistance scheme on behalf of Somerset County Council. For more information about the scheme, please click here.

Where we do it

Our main office is
40-42 Hendford
BA20 1UW

For more information about opening times, please click here.

However, we also run outreach services from the following places. For more information about locations and opening times.

How to access

Many enquiries can be dealt with by phone.

Our phone number is 01935 421167.

We will undertake an initial assessment over the phone or in person before we will offer you an appointment.

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