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Heather Frost may turn down offer of purpose built home

A unemployed mother of 11 who is set to move into a £400,000, six-bedroom council house that is being built in Tewkesbury has said she may not move because of the abuse she and her family have been subjected to.

Speaking to ITV Daybreak, Heather Frost, 36, described her current accommodation as "temporary" but said that she understood why some taxpayers would feel aggrieved.

At present she lives in Churchdown, near Gloucester, in two council houses that have been knocked together.

The new house is being built after the council sold a plot of land to the Severn Vale Housing association to develop 13 affordable houses, one of which will be allocated to Ms Frost.

Video courtesy ITV Daybreak

  • 20 Feb 2013
  • From the section UK
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