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(Part I) My presentation on universal credit and debt on Carers Day with Hackney Carers Centre (slides of the presentation included) brought to you by Hackney Council and Carers are the Bedrock

“Thank you so much for coming along, the ‘money’ workshops were by far the most popular, that was you and ‘Direct Payments”
       Lisa Taylor Carers Coordination Service Manager
          Hackney Carers Centre


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  1. Thank you so much for coming along, the ‘money’ workshops were by far the most popular, that was you and ‘Direct Payments’ 

    Best wishes


    Lisa


    Lisa Taylor | Carers Coordination Service Manager |
    Working hours Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 9.00 – 4.30
    City & Hackney Carers Centre
    c/o Social Action for Health
    Ment House | 1c Mentmore Terrace| London | E8 3DQ
    Switchboard: 020 8533 0951 | Fax: 020 8985 0639
    Registered Company No: 3044523 | Charity No: 1054962


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