Nottingham Law Centre – closed from 5pm on Friday 20th December, reopening 9am on Thursday 2nd January
Citizens Advice Nottingham & District – closed from lunchtime on Christmas eve, reopening 9.30am on Thursday 2nd January
Meadows Advice Centre – closed from lunchtime on Christmas eve, until 9.30am on Thursday 2nd January
Clifton advice centre – closed from 5pm on Friday 20th December, reopening 9am on Thursday 2nd January.
Bestwood Advice Centre – closed from Thursday 19th until 1pm, reopening 9am on Monday 6th January 2020. Drop-in resumes on Tuesday 7th January and Wednesday 8th January from 9.30am to 12.30pm.
St Ann’s advice centre
Christmas Eve – 9am – 12.20pm
Christmas Day – closed
Boxing Day – closed
Friday 27th December – 9am – 2.30pm
Monday 30th December – normal opening hours
Tuesday 31st December – 9am – 12.20pm
Wednesday 1st January 2020 – closed
Thursday 2nd December – normal opening hours
- Limited advice service
- Food bank parcels (accepting self-referrals from anyone struggling over holiday period, regardless of income)
- Fuel vouchers (not available for clients that have received or applied for the WHD)
Food banks – A list of food banks and their opening hours over Christmas and New Year can be found at http://advicenottingham.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Christmas-Opening-Hours-2019-2020-for-East-West-Hope-Foodbanks.pdf
Advice and support for rough sleepers – If you need help or if you see someone sleeping rough in Nottinghamshire, let Framework know on 0800 066 5356 or text SOT to 80800
Shelter helpline – Talk to an expert housing adviser if you’re in urgent need of housing advice 0808 800 4444
Emmanuel house – opening times can be found at http://advicenottingham.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Emmanuel-House-Christmas-Opening-hours.docx
Guru Nanak’s Mission Nottm – Serving free hot food outside Marks & Spencer in the City centre on Christmas Day at 6.30pm and Boxing Day at 7.30pm.
Community Cares Club – are delivering free Christmas breakfasts and dinners, and hosting a free Christmas day breakfast and lunch event. If you are going to be alone on Christmas Day, you can pre-order a delivery or attend the event by visiting https://www.communitycaresclub.org/christmas-dinner
SFICE social cafe – open Tuesday 17th December and Thursday 19th December from 5 – 7pm to food
Nottingham Community Christmas – There is a Christmas lunch being held at Sherwood Methodist Church Hall. To book a place contact Claire or Emma on 07534 006684 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book. The lunch is free of charge and free travel can be organised.