homepageWelcome to Citizens Advice Woking

Citizens Advice Woking provides local clients, with free, confidential and independent, general advice. Our well qualified volunteer force have undertaken nationally recognised training to guide clients through their problems providing them with options to help make those difficult decisions.

Due to the Covid-19 restrictions, we are currently closed to the public for face to face advice at our offices in Woking, and have changed our service to an email or phone service only. 

However, our service to the local community is still running, and we are still available for advice and support to help you.

To contact us: please do one of the following;

  • Please click on the ‘Get Advice’ button on this page and fill in the form.
  • Please email your query to bureau@wokingcab.org (giving us your phone number)
  • Please ring our Adviceline FREE on 0800 144 8848 or Textphone 18001 0800 144 8884

One of our advisers will contact you as soon as possible.

Want to save money on your Gas and Electricity?

We can help you reduce your costs and save Energy too…

By giving us some basic information, we can run a Supplier price comparison check for you and ring you to talk through the results. You may qualify for a discount, making your annual fuel costs cheaper. 

Please contact our Energy saving team by email: energy@wokingcab.org and if possible, please send us a copy of your latest bill, or a screenshot of your annual costs if it is managed online. 

Please see new information from Woking Borough Council: 


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Citizens Advice Woking aims to provide advice and assistance to local clients in all areas of social law and related matters. We have specialist caseworkers in Housing, Employment, Money Advice and Welfare Benefits. We can negotiate on our client’s behalf with other people and organisations. If a client is housebound due to a disability or through being a carer, we can sometimes arrange a home visit.