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Tent man moves to the park after being moved on from retirement bungalows




A man who was moved on from camping outside retirement bungalows in Diss has now pitched his tent on the town's Park.

The tent has been pitched up in Diss Park Picture: Mark Bullimore Photography
The tent has been pitched up in Diss Park Picture: Mark Bullimore Photography

Legal action was taken by the Saffron Trust last Friday to force the man to move from grassland, next to the homes in Thomas Manning Road.

The trust, who look after the accommodation, which includes 23 bungalows, went to court, after the man, said to be in his 30s, had camped there for over a month.

During this time, he also covered the tent with slogans and writing using white paint.

It is understood that Diss town council and police are in discussions, after the man's relocation to the park.



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