Victims' support service extended in Leicester

A service which supports victims of anti-social behaviour in Leicester is to run for an extra year.

The Leicester Anti-Social Behaviour Unit has helped more than 400 people in the past year through offering both emotional support and practical advice.

The service had been due to come to an end after its funding was cut by the city council.

But the cash has now been found to keep the service open for the next 12 months at least.

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