#TentDeath Campaign: The questions we want answering.

There has been a unified silence amongst CCP, Worcester City Council and Maggs Day Centre today, but that can only last so long.
The Council have are spending £250,000 per year (for 2 years with possibility of extension for one more year) and commissioned CCP to provide the new service.
We demand the questions below get answered immediately, as this is using taxpayers money and producing bad results:


– Can Worcester City Council explain what research went into the decision to delete the outreach service, and who authorised this decision?

– Worcester City Council and CCP have a contract which is worth £250,000 of TAXPAYERS MONEY per year, but what is a “light touch” and is this service performing satisfactorily?


– In the first report to Mr Banfield’s death, Worcester City Council said they did not know of Cardon. Why didn’t you share information with the Council, CCP and St Paul’s about Mr Banfield and his needs?

Please help spread this message and pressure @myworcester, @CCPWorcs and @MaggsDayCentre by sending these questions to them on Twitter using these handles.

MORE ON THE STORY: http://www.worcesternews.co.uk/news/regional/14804151.Horrified_campaigners_speak_out_after_rough_sleeper_found_dead_in_tent/.

22.50 BST, 17/10/2016


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