Who are Rushcliffe Advice Network (RAN)?
Rushcliffe Advice Network was established in 2009 to strengthen, support and co-ordinate the provision of advice within the borough. This was in response to the growing need for financial, employment, benefits and other advice within Rushcliffe, Nottinghamshire.
Who funds RAN?
Funding was secured from the Big Lottery Reaching Communities Fund for the project, which officially started in July 2011.
Which organisations are part of RAN?
Rushcliffe Advice Network consists of the following partners, who all work together to share resources, exchange information and plan better services:
- Bingham Advice Service
- Cotgrave Advice Centre
- Radcliffe-on-Trent Advice Centre
- West Bridgford Advice Centre
- Keyworth Advice Centre
- The Friary
- Rushcliffe Community and Voluntary Service
- Nottingham Credit Union
- Royal British Legion
- Rural Community Action Nottinghamshire
- Rushcliffe Borough Council
- Nottinghamshire County Council
- Nottingham and District CAB
How can I find the advice centres?
The Our Advice Centres page provides maps, photos, opening times and contact details for each of the five advice centres. You can also find out what areas of advice we help with on our Advice we Give page.
Do you have opportunities for volunteering?
Bingham, Cotgrave, Keyworth, Radcliffe-on-Trent and West Bridgford Advice Centres are run entirely by volunteers. Volunteering roles include advisers, trustees, secretaries/administrators and treasurers.
Where can I find your equality and diversity policy?
You can read our RAN Equality and Diversity Policy July 2015.