AdviceUK currently has 27 member organisations in Wales. To see where our members are located, please click here for a map.

Current issues

  • Systems Thinking
    AdviceUK has worked with a number of member organisations in Wales to understand and design their services ‘outside-in’, from a customer perspective. This is part of our wider activities pioneering the use of Vanguard Consulting’s Systems Thinking approach, see our systems thinking pages for further details.
  • Welsh Government’s Advice Services Review
    The review has now been published, and along with other members of the Independent Advice Providers’ Forum, we are working with the Welsh Government on proposals arising from recommendations made in the review. You can view the review documents here.
    The Independent Advice Providers’ Forum has produced  a detailed response to the review together with an accompanying report on the expectations that citizens in Wales have when they seek advice. Executive summaries of both the response and the citizen expectations documents are available.
  • Cuts Watch Cymru
    We are working with other members of the Cuts Watch Cymru network to monitor the impact of welfare reform and public spending cuts on people in Wales. Visit the website to see how you can get involved.
  • Fuel poverty
    A number of AdviceUK members are working in this area. You may be interested in the work of NEA Cymru and the Fuel Poverty Action Network.

Wales National Advice Network

People supported by independent advice providers in Wales are represented on the National Advice Network through the Independent Advice Providers Forum. The Network brings together advice providers, the Welsh Government, local government, housing associations, the Money Advice Service, funders, commissioners, and other public service providers. Current work includes: the development of national, regional and local advice networks; the development of a national quality assurance framework for advice provision; and the mapping and funding of advice service provision. Terms of Reference for the Network are available to download here: Terms of Reference

Wales Independent Advice Providers Forum

AdviceUK is represented on this Forum, which brings together representatives of advice providers in Wales and has a seat on the Welsh Government’s Third Sector Partnership Council. The purpose of the Forum is to work in partnership to provide a strong voice for the independent advice sector in the interests of meeting the advice needs of the people of Wales. Terms of Reference for the Forum are available to download here: Terms of Reference


For more information contact our membership team by phone on 0300 777 0107 or 0300 777 0108. Email us at or visit the products and services section of our website.

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