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Becoming evicted, advice please on temp accomidtion/homeless

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Belated Happy Easter to you too, Shreddies.

 

I've just come back from my week away, and you are about to go. :-)

 

Have a lovely time and I hope there will be good news soon.

 

DDxx

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Hi,

Sorry for the late reply, I haven't been feeling to good, sore throat,temperature and a bit sucky feeling.

Yes I'm off on Saturday I can't wait will be up very early so hoping I'm feeling better by then.

 

I waited in all day for some council rep to come round on Tuesday between 9 and 12 and they never turned up!! So I left a voicemail and email to say they never came and got a phone call back asking if I can stay in again the next day!! Well they came just looked around and asked if things were ok here and left! I think they were coming to check we were living here and not somewhere else, who knows for such a pointless visit.

 

Apart from that not a lot has happened, we had a nice easter meal out and I'm so looking forward to going to Germany I can't wait to have a nice big hot bath see friends and have a drink in the pub!!

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we just needed lots of candles

 

Just a warning about the candles they can end up on your lungs if you don't have good ventilation. I noticed when I blew my nose the tissue was black. A few weeks later I was finding it very painful to breathe in and out. I had a lung infection because of the candle smoke. Please be careful.

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Hi everyone I'm back and it's not been easy, living in a nice warm house for days then coming back to this place is depressing. I'm really not sure what I do from here now I've been so looking forward to my trip and not had contact with the council I'm just feeling a bit lost right now...

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Hi shreddies,

 

Glad you have had a few nice days.

 

I'd give it until Monday and then call the Councillor again, and say that while you are soooo grateful for him for his initial help your son is really having a bad time, backed up by your visits to the doctor, and is there anything else he can do to help.

 

As soon as the weather improves you can stay out a bit longer in the evenings. Maybe take picnic suppers to the beach if it's not too far, and then come home when your son needs to go to bed. That has got to be better than sitting in and being depressed.

 

Hugs,

 

DDxx

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Hi shreddies. I'm sorry you're feeling down, I know how it is.

 

Hugs from me too. HB x


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Thanks everyone,

 

I'm really not feeling great I'm really wishing I was settled somewhere. I can't wait for work tomorrow and also to ring people at the council I'm do fed up with them as they are me I suppose.

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Hi shreddies,

 

I am so sorry it's all taking so long. I hope you have a good day at work today, and that the Council have news soon.

 

It's horrible living your life in such a state of uncertainty.

 

DDxxx

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Hi, sorry for not updating for a long time!

The reason for that is because nothing has really happened, we are still here :/

Isis get a fright today when the landlord turned up saying that my emergency accomidation was cancelled but soon cleared it up, good thing I was in otherwise I dread to think what might have happened, gave me a real fright and slapped me back into reality.

Good thing the weather has been nice, we have been out of the house most days sometimes not coming back until 7.30 8 pm.

The weird neighbours downstairs have been moved which is great news.

I was a bit down to be celebrating my sons birthday there but were out most of the time which makes life easier.

 

Hope everyone is well xx

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Hi shreddies,

 

Glad the weather has been good enough for you to get out and away from the flat a lot of the time. Also glad to hear the horrible neighbours have moved on.

 

Did the local councillor who helped you get re-elected? (I think you had elections down there?) If so, call him to congratulate him and to remind him that you still need his help to put pressure on the housing people. If there is a new councillor phone and introduce yourself and ask them to take up your case.

 

You've coped so well with all of this. You just need to keep reminding the housing people that you do need a permanent home.

 

Hugs,

 

DDxx

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Shreddies is in a temporary flat waiting for permanent housing.

 

Shreddies,

 

Hope to hear that you have some good news soon. xx

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