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An 80-signature petition from those using the day centre was given to local councillor Nargis Khan (Labour), protesting the cuts to services.
"There are many vulnerable people in this small part of the world who will find it hard to access the same professional level of service that our advice worker offers," Mike Tomes, manager of NLAH, told The Pavement. "The advantage of our service is that there are no long queues, everyone is seen on the same session, and people found the service personal and safe."