Emergency shelter offered as temperatures tumble

Emergency measures have been put in place by the district council to provide overnight accommodation to the homeless as temperatures plummeted this week. The council activated its Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) last Thursday and have so far arranged accommodation for ten people.

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