Golden Guide in fifth edition, 2011 edition out now

Jan 18, 2011    //   News

Once again, the hugely popular Golden Guide is ready for collection after the most difficult fund-raising campaign in its five year history. This FREE local handbook for over 50s in Northumberland has been in great demand every year, but recent cutbacks and funding shortages left its future hanging in the balance.

How to be ‘In the Money in County Durham’

Sep 6, 2010    //   News

Following the credit crunch, and huge demand for information on money issues, a brand new handbook In the Money in County Durham has been produced. Durham publisher Clever Clogs Publishing has teamed up with the Citizens Advice Bureau , Derwentside Homes, Cestria Community Housing, and others, to create this chunky advice guide for … Read More »

How to be In the Money in County Durham, for CAB Financial Capability Newsletter, July 2010

Jul 1, 2010    //   News

A year on and here at Clever Clogs Publishing we are delighted to have published our next financial capability handbook – In the Money in County Durham. Building on the success of our first money guide last year for older people in Stockton, this free 84 page Durham version has been expanded to include information … Read More »

Evaluation shows Clever Clogs Publishing is spot on the Money

Apr 12, 2010    //   News

Following the publication in July 2009 of the first Golden Guide to Money for Older People in Stockton on Tees – independent evaluation, just completed, has shown the new guide to be on the money for useful information.
The Department of Health North East commissioned the research as part of its package of sponsorship for the … Read More »

Golden Money Guide Launched in style

Jul 7, 2009    //   News

A new guide to Money for older people in Stockton was launched on Monday at Stockton Baptist Tabernacle by Ross Hume, Financial Inclusion Champion for the North East.
Produced as a partnership between Clever Clogs Publishing, Age Concern Teesside and the Department of Health NE, with some grant funding from Stockton Primary Care Trust’s Fighting Fit … Read More »