Money market to offer Warwickshire residents help with cost-of-living crisis - The Rugby Observer

Money market to offer Warwickshire residents help with cost-of-living crisis

HELP with the cost-of-living crisis is on hand at a Money Advice Market event at Rugby Library next week.

Organisations will offer assistance with finance and debt, food support, energy and fuel, family assistance including childcare expenses and school holiday support, mental health and wellbeing, and local job vacancies.

Warwickshire County Council’s Environment, Climate and Culture spokeswoman Coun Heather Timms said: “Whether you need urgent help with paying bills, are concerned about childcare during school holidays, need help accessing food support or something else, you are welcome to join us at the Money Advice Market to find the support that you need.”

Organisations attending include Rugby Foodbank, Citizen’s Advice, Act on Energy, Family Information Service, Orbit Housing, Rugby Job Centre, Rugby Borough Council Housing, Coventry and Warwickshire Mind, Severn Trent, Warwickshire Rural Community Council, P3, and Equip.




The Rugby Repair Cafe team will demonstrate some of the items they repair at St Andrew’s Church in Rugby on the third Saturday of each month.

And Rugby Children and Family Centres will provide free children’s activities, and free refreshments will also be available.


The event takes place on Wednesday March 1 from 10am to 12.30pm. No booking is required. Parking is available opposite the library and is free for a two hour stay.

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