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Fenland charity warns pensioners may be missing out on Pension Credit and free TV licences




The Fenland Christians Against Poverty (CAP) Debt Centre run jointly by Centenary Baptist Church in March and Wisbech Baptist Church is raising concerns over the large numbers of eligible pensioners missing out on Pension Credit.

Pension Credit could save pensioners hundreds of pounds per year by helping cover housing costs and essential household expenses.

Christians Against Poverty are worried pensioners may be missing out on benenfits.
Christians Against Poverty are worried pensioners may be missing out on benenfits.

The BBC stated that from 1 June 2020 the free TV licence scheme for the over 75s will cease.


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