Probe into bail hostel move to start next month

Basildon Recorder: Probe into bail hostel move to start next month Probe into bail hostel move to start next month

A DEDICATED group, set up to probe whether a new home can be found for the controversial Felmores bail hostel, will begin its work next month.
 

Made up of around four councillors - including members of the council’s Tory administration and Labour and Lib Dem opposition councillors - the group would meet over a number of weeks.


They will explore the possibilities of where the hostel could move and hear from key figures, including bosses from Essex Probation who run the hostel, residents, police and ward councillors.


Basildon Council’s leader Tony Ball said the work of the task and finish group is just one thing the council is doing to try to get the hostel moved.

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3:25pm Thu 11 Oct 12

APR says...

I wonder why the Echo got so touchy regarding comments on Jimmy Savile ?
I wonder why the Echo got so touchy regarding comments on Jimmy Savile ? APR
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11:33am Fri 12 Oct 12

shallotman says...

What about the site the travellers were cleared from
What about the site the travellers were cleared from shallotman
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12:36pm Fri 12 Oct 12

John T Pharro says...

Not "could move" must move. What about next door to one of the Councillors doing the investigation?
Not "could move" must move. What about next door to one of the Councillors doing the investigation? John T Pharro
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12:36pm Fri 12 Oct 12

John T Pharro says...

Not "could move" must move. What about next door to one of the Councillors doing the investigation?
Not "could move" must move. What about next door to one of the Councillors doing the investigation? John T Pharro
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4:32pm Sun 14 Oct 12

Eric Whim says...

is there any truth in the rumour that it is to be relocated to Daltons Fen, Pitsea?
is there any truth in the rumour that it is to be relocated to Daltons Fen, Pitsea? Eric Whim
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