Make this Christmas special by supporting Citizens Advice Bath and North East Somerset!

Bath Christmas Market 2019 promotional image

This Christmas, Citizens Advice Bath and North East Somerset will be hosting a chalet at the Bath Christmas Market on Saturday 7 December! Come and visit us on Milsom Street. We’ll be spreading some Christmas cheer and raising funds that will go towards helping people in the community.

Would you like to be involved in one of Bath’s biggest annual events?

We’re looking for volunteers to take part and help raise funds that will go towards supporting disadvantaged people in the community. Click here to register your interest now and help make a positive difference!


Run the BATH HALF 2020 and help improve your community!

Promotional image of the Bath Half

This year, places for the Bath Half ran out in record time, but there’s still a chance to run with Citizens Advice Bath and North East Somerset and support your community! Click here to register your interest now and help make a positive change!


Campaigning for Change – Citizens Advice Bath and North East Somerset

The stories our clients tell us provide a unique insight into the problems faced by people in the UK today and we use this experience to campaign for positive change.

Bath and North East Somerset Citizens Advice conducts research and delivers campaigns on many issues of interest to local citizens, for example debt, housing, benefits, immigration, employment, legal matters and health.  We gather evidence of practices and policies that are causing difficulties for our clients and in turn this enables us to campaign, locally and nationally, for change to get a fairer deal for everyone.

We collect evidence and statistics anonymously so that individual clients are not identified.  We use this information to produce reports and to campaign locally and nationally for improvements in services and changes in the law by:

  • Highlighting issues to MPs, councillors, and other policy makers
  • Talking to our local Council about their services and attending forums and meetings
  • Discussing problems with organisations and companies to persuade them to improve their services
  • Submitting evidence and recommendations to Citizens Advice centrally, to contribute to national campaigns and sharing evidence and ideas with other Citizens Advice

We are independent and impartial so policymakers listen to us.

Other ways to get involved…

You may also want to contact your local MP or councillor, yourself, about an issue that concerns you. Find and contact your local MP by using this link –
Or find and contact your local councillor via