Our regional Money Advice Groups bring money advisers together to share local knowledge, raise awareness of issues, share good practice and receive training.
The meetings typically include a guest speaker, training and workshop elements, as well as functioning as an arena to discuss local social policy issues.
It is free to attend your local Money Advice Group meeting. In some regions, Money Advice Groups are run in partnership with other agencies in the free sector and are open to non-members.
If you’d like to know the date of your next local Money Advice Group meeting you should email your regional Branch Representative.
Regional Branches should hold at least four meetings each year, but some will meet as often as every six weeks.