Flood-damaged homes may have to close


Posted on January 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A number of council care homes and day care centres in Hull were so badly damaged by the summer floods that they may not re-open.

Hull Council is now debating an officers’ report which considers the closure of the Rokeby Resource Centre in West Hull.

According to the report the cost of repairing the home, which has 17 residents, could be prohibitive.


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