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Petition demands council improve severe weather shelters

PUBLISHED: 16:11 28 February 2018 | UPDATED: 17:55 28 February 2018

The old Post office on Victoria Road , Diss is now a homeless shelter.

One of the rooms inside the shelter.

Photo: Nick Butcher
Copy: Matthew Sparkes
For:  EDP
Archant © 2009
(01603) 772434

The old Post office on Victoria Road , Diss is now a homeless shelter. One of the rooms inside the shelter. Photo: Nick Butcher Copy: Matthew Sparkes For: EDP Archant © 2009 (01603) 772434

Archant © 2009

More than 375 people have signed a petition demanding Norwich City Council do more to provide homeless shelters during severe weather.

More than 370 people have signed a petition demanding Norwich City Council do more to provide homeless shelters during severe weather. The petition is named ‘Norwich City Council sort shelters out for the homeless in weather like this.’


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