By Cheshire East Council - 29th November 2011 4:20pm
Cheshire East Council is urging residents to phone in if they are concerned about vulnerable children in their community during strike day. Cheshire East Council has a dedicated team on standby. If you see children home alone or unsupervised for long periods of time, please telephone 0300 123 5012 (8.30am to 5pm).
Cheshire East Council is urging residents to 'check in' on vulnerable adults in their community during strike day. Letters have been sent out to all service users and/or their carers ahead of tomorrow's proposed strike, but if you still have not received a letter then please contact your service manager. In the event of difficulties or emergencies please telephone 0300 123 5010 or log on to our website Please be aware some vehicles may require a household waste permit.
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