About Advicehub

Finding a way forward

Advicehub is a project led by a small team based at Cambridge & District Citizens Advice. We aim to improve access to advice for Cambridge City and Cambridgeshire residents.

Since 2009 we have worked with local organisations to make accessing our services easier. We have developed technologies our Advicehub tablets and self-help touch screen kiosks. We have also provided training courses for people working in the advice sector across Cambridgeshire

Our funding

Advicehub is a Big Lottery funded project. We have received additional funding from Cambridge City Council, South Cambridgeshire District Council, the Nominet Trust and EEDA.

Advicehub Kiosks

Our network of Advicehub kiosks provide you with access to advice at 17 community locations across Cambridgeshire. People are able to get information on numerous issues without leaving their local area. This service is a huge benefit for residents of remote rural regions. To see a map of kiosk sites and find your nearest location click here

Advicehub Tablets

Our Advicehub tablets give people access to online advice in a variety of community locations. They enable workers and clients to get the information they need in an efficient and flexible way.

Advicehub tablets are currently hosted by Cambridge City Food bank, Inclusion, Jimmy’s, Pye Group, Macmillan (Addenbrooke’s Hospital), Centre 33, Cambridge Library Service and Community Navigators.


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