There are currently 128 active factsheets/guides
Pension Freedom and benefits - Factsheet
This factsheet explains some basic information about your choices with respect to drawing down pension savings. You can contact Pension Wise for information and guidance.
This factsheet sets out the impact of different choices drawing down pension funds
Looking after your money - Information Guide
This guide is about how to protect your finances as far as possible and what to do if things do go wrong.
Universal Credit - Factsheet
This factsheet gives information about Universal Credit, a means-tested benefit for people under State Pension age. It gives information about Universal Credit, how it affects people claiming other benefits and how to claim it.
SLDC Handy Person Scheme
This leaflet has information on the Handy Person Scheme to help elderly or vulnerable householders carry out very simple but essential works at their homes.
Its OK to Ask for Help - Easy to read leaflet
A leaflet for people who are worried or people having money problems because of Covid-19.
It's OK to Ask for Help
This leaflet has been produced specifically for individuals and families in Craven in need of financial and / or emotional wellbeing support as a result of Coronavirus.
Celebrating Sutton: a directory of resources
This resource has been put together by local people to share information about the vast array of amenities and opportunities to join in with and enjoy in our village and where and when they take place.
Personal Independence Payment and Disability Living Allowance - Factsheet
This factsheet gives information about Personal Independence Payment (PIP), a non means-tested benefit for people aged 16 to 64 who have a disability.
The factsheet also gives information about Disability Living Allowance (DLA)
Support groups in North Craven for COVID 19
Is a list of groups providing support during the crisis.
Dealing with Debt
This factsheet aims to help you understand how to recognise and deal with debt problems, as well as where to seek assistance. Included is information about
This factsheet gives information about Attendance Allowance, a non means-tested benefit for people over State Pension age who have care needs. State Pension age is gradually increasing and is 65 and 2-3 months in April 2019 and will be 65 and 8-9 months b
Council Tax is a property-based tax paid to local authorities. If you’re on a low income, you may be entitled to help towards paying your Council Tax. This is Council Tax Support, also known as Council Tax Reduction.
You may not think of yourself as one, but if you look after a partner, relative or friend who would find it difficult to manage without your support, then you are a carer. The person you care for may have a physical or mental illness, or a disability.
Pension Credit is a means-tested benefit for older people. This means it’s based on your income and your savings
In the driving seat
For many people, driving is about more than just getting from A to B. Driving gives you freedom and independence, so the thought of having to give it up can be very difficult