• Lewes East Sussex

            Lewes District Citizens Advice is an independent charity providing free, confidential and impartial advice to anyone living or working within the Lewes District area. 

            We value diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination.

            We help people to resolve their problems by providing information and advice on a wide range of topics including debt, benefits, employment, consumer, relationships and housing.  We are also involved in campaigning, both locally and nationally to make sure that local people have their voices heard so that collectively we can influence policy makers and affect change.

            Our 3 main offices are in Lewes, Newhaven and Seaford and we also have outreach locations in Peacehaven and Telscombe.  Each of our offices is staffed by a team of committed and highly trained workers most of whom are volunteers.  Without the support of our staff and the continued generosity of our funders we would not be able to offer our vital service.

            Click here to Meet Our Trustees

        • Please donate – we need your help!

          As an independent charity Lewes District Citizens Advice relies on grants and donations in order to keep providing our services free of charge.  The demand for our help is greater than ever and the grants we receive don’t cover all our expenses.  We are therefore very grateful for any additional donations no matter how small.

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          Annual Accounts

          Client Statistics


          Lewes District Updated Privacy Policy

          At Lewes District Citizens Advice we are committed to protecting your privacy. We've updated our Privacy Policy to reflect upcoming changes in data protection law, and to better explain how and why we collect your personal information.

          To read more please click on the link below

          Updated Lewes District Privacy Policy

          Statement of Internal Control

          Information Assurance

          Our Complaints Procedure

          Lewes District Citizens Advice is an operating name of Lewes District Citizens Advice Bureau
          Charity registration number: 1068146
          Company l‚Äčimited by guarantee
          Registered number: 3485336
          Registered office: 15 - 19 Chapel Street, Newhaven, East Sussex, BN9 9PN
          Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. FCA Authorisation Number 617651
        • NEWS

          We are delighted to announce the re-opening of our Lewes and Seaford offices.

          We can now offer face to face appointments every day of the week at different locations in the Lewes District.

          Appointments can be booked by calling 01273 007557 or emailing info@lewesca.onmicrosoft.com

          Telephone advice remains available on 0808 278 7892. Lines are open Monday to Friday 9am-5pm (not bank holidays)



          Opening Hours -

          Appointments only




          • Seaford

          37 Church Street (Tourist info building)

          BN25 1HG




          10am – 3.30pm






          • Newhaven

          15 – 19 Chapel Street


          BN9 9PN




          10am – 3.30pm



          • Peacehaven

          Meridian Centre

          Meridian Way

          Peacehaven, BN10 8BL







          • Lewes

          Southover House

          Southover Road

          BN7 1AB




          10am – 3.30pm

          Out of Hours Advice Options:

          Email advice - www.eastsussexcab.co.uk  or via our website www.lewesdistrictcab.org.uk

          Telephone 0808 278 7892

          Citizens Advice self-help website- www.citizensadvice.org.uk


          For general guidance on Coronavirus - what it means to you

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