What we do

Our vision is to provide greater access to information and advice services in Enfield and to seek to influence the development of social policies and services, both locally and nationally.

Enfield CAB aims to reduce inequality, deprivation and the lack of access to justice through the lack of knowledge of personal rights through information, advice, and educational services within the London Borough of Enfield.

Enfield CAB believes that everyone has the right to a fair chance of participating in society and will exercise a responsible influence on the development of social policies and services, both locally and nationally.

 

History

The  Enfield CAB was formed on 2 September 1939, in tiny offices in Fore street Edmonton, staffed by a handful of volunteers.This was not the first ‘free help’ service in Edmonton. Six years earlier the Edmonton Social Service Council had been set up to support residents with housing, family and debt issues. It was the harbinger of today’s Enfield CAB. Read More

 

Our People

Introducing our Trustees and Management Team.

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