SAVED: County council to protect community wardens after pandemic heroics
Thursday 18th February 2021
COMMUNITY wardens will not be scrapped in county hall cutbacks.
Kent County Council, looking for savings as a result of the COVD-19 pandemic, decided to protect the valued service.
The 70 Kent wardens have been looking after 4,000 elderly and vulnerable people during he pandemic.
In light of their work during three lockdowns, KCC decided to maintain the services as they are.
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