Mother and two children made homeless in Cornwall housed in glamping pod chalet ...

Homeless mother, 32, and her two children have been living in a £500-a-week one-room 'glamping pod' since November after council failed to find them housing Nicola Ibbotson found herself homeless after her relationship broke down  Cornwall Council couldn't find a home so used out-of-season 'glamping chalet' They have now housed her in Falmouth and said they're facing challenges 

By Lara Keay For Mailonline

Published: 14:24 BST, 1 April 2019 | Updated: 14:24 BST, 1 April 2019

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A mother and her two young children were forced to live in a 'glamping pod' for four months after the council failed to find her a new home.

Nicola Ibbotson, 32, found herself homeless in November after her relationship broke down.

She asked Cornwall Council for help but they said there was no accommodation available.

Instead they housed her in a £500-a-week glamping chalet that was empty during off-season.

She and her two youngsters had to share a tiny kitchenette, en-suite shower and toilet, reports

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