Leicester left with three care homes it can’t sell


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

County Council officers in Leicestershire have recommended that three council-run care homes, which had been considered for sell-off, should now be kept under council control. The council had been consulting over the possible sale of seven homes. While four have now been put in private hands, no suitable buyers were found for the other three.





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