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Yes, you are entitled to ask the court for an adjournment.
Just e-mail the court and make sure that you put the case number ***** to the subject heading and URGENT.
Explain the reasons within the e-mail.
If you don't hear back in time then go to the hearing/ make yourself available if it is by telephone. The judge should hear any reasonable request for an adjournment.
Meanwhile, you can find a local solicitor here: https://solicitors.lawsociety.org.uk
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