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Digital copy of Page 10 of Anthony Giles Le Sueur's witness statement to the Inquiry. [Some details redacted].
July 28th 2014 - July 28th 2014
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Mentions the opening of a third Family Group Home at 13/14 Clos de Roncier in March 1965, noting that a sudden death in April 1977 led to the reorganisation of Family Group Home provision in the island and subsequent decision to close the home. Notes that the property was returned to the Housing Department in June 1977. Refers to the development of Family Group Homes as the identified strategy for residential placements alongside Haut de la Garenne. Refers to the opening of the second Family Group Home at 108 Clos des Sables in September 1964 and its closure in 1988/89 following a police investigation and prosecution of the housefather. Notes that a fourth Family Group Home opened at 9-11 Blanche Pierre Close in May 1967, and includes comments about the property, houseparents changes and its longevity. Also mentions the opening of Les Chênes Residential School in 1979, opening of a Young Offenders Institute at HMP La Moye, an Inspection Report by the UK Department of Health and Social Security in February-March 1981, closure of Haut de la Garenne in 1986/1987 and repurposing of the Westaway Wing into a residential respite care centre in 1989 and renaming to Aviemore. [For a complete copy of Tony Le Sueur's witness statement to the Inquiry, see C/D/AW6/B/EE000038].
Le Sueur, Anthony Giles
9-11, Blanche Pierre Close | 13-14, Clos de Roncier | 108, Clos des Sables | children's homes | children's services | convictions | Family Group Homes | houseparents | IJCI | inspections | reports | residential homes | respite care | social services | witness statements | witnesses | young offenders
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