ALL THE LATEST NEWS, VIEWS AND STORIES FROM AROUND YOUR LOCAL AREA:NOVEMBER/DECEMBER
Our POP-UP CHRISTMAS SHOP is now open next door to the Linden Tree
Open Monday to Saturday 9.00am to 5.00pm 01900 828867 • www.lindentree.co.uk
65 Main Street, Cockermouth CA13 9JS
PARTY NIGHTS ARTY NIGHTS Christmtmas
Party the night away in the newly refurbished Greta Suite. Including a festive cocktail on arrival, four course meal and entertainment from the talented Glen Anderson.
and entertainment from the talented Glen Anderson. 7th DEC
Alice and Abigail are welcoming new clients at Keswick Groomers!
A professional and friendly dog grooming service offering one-to-one care for all breeds
Open: Monday - Saturday: 8.00am - 6.00pm Please call to make an appointment
Alice: 07423 073 777 Abigail: 07519 271 394
m Booking in advance is recommended
Unit 6, Braithwaite Farm, Braithwaite Keswick, CA12 5RY
We look forward to seeing you!
Cockermouth Art & Craft
To book call 017687 72071 www.lakedistricthotels.ne
ARE THE DEPARTMENT FOR WORK AND PENSIONS BEING UNFAIR? ~ CITIZENS ADVICE ALLERDALE ~
“I’ve had my Universal Credit payments reduced for missing an appointment. I don’t think this is fair, as I had a good reason for not being able to attend. Now I am struggling to make ends meet. What should I do?”
If you think the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have made a mistake in reducing your payments, you can ask for the decision to be reconsidered.
Contact the department as soon as possible, setting out why you disagree with the decision. Make sure to include the date of the decision and your personal information, including your National Insurance Number.
You can ask for this reconsideration in your Universal Credit online account, using a form on the Government website, in writing or over the telephone. Citizens Advice Allerdale can also help you put together this information.
If the DWP does not change its decision
you can appeal, although this could involve going to a tribunal and may take some time to be heard.
If you’re struggling to make ends meet, you can apply for extra help. Ask the DWP for a hardship payment. This is usually a loan and will be deducted from future Universal Credit payments. You can apply for this payment through the Universal Credit helpline, or by asking at your local Jobcentre Plus office.
from £32.95 per person Party the night away in the newly refurbished Greta Suite.
For further help contact Citizens Advice Allerdale, Town Hall, Oxford Street, Workington on 01900 604735, or visit our website.
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