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Council to hire four people to ‘manage demand’ for adult social care despite planning £3.5m budget cut

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Get the day's biggest stories sent direct to your inbox so you never miss a thing Bolton Council is to hire a four-strong team to help ‘manage demand’ for social care packages in order to cut £3.5m from their budget.

The council’s Conservative controlled cabinet has agreed to use £354,000 from its cash reserves to fund the four fixed terms posts for the next two years.

This week the cabinet were presented with an internal report about the situation in Bolton titled ‘Social Care Transformation Strategy – Managing Demand’. READ MORE: Clubs silent over speculation of stadium swap – but council confirms talks are taking place The purpose of the report was to ‘set out the current and predicted picture for adult social care and the increasing

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