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Petition launched to save Fenland village's sheltered flats as elderly residents told to move out




Nine elderly residents, some who are in their nineties, are having to move out of their social housing flats after owners claimed there was a fall in demand for "this type of sheltered accommodation".

The grand daughter of one of the residents at Roman Court in Leverington said her Nan, who is in her 80s, is deeply upset and stressed at the thought of moving out of the flat she has called home for the past five years.

Kirsty Lakey has launched an online petition in a bid to save the sheltered flats which are owned by social housing group Clarion, who said they want to replace them with houses.



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