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Anti-social family remain at home
Sarah Norkett and her partner John Hodgkins
The council said it was monitoring the household
An anti-social couple and their 10 children who were served a possession order to leave their property in Bristol, remain at the address.

The city council served Sarah Norkett and her partner John Hodgkins with the order requesting them to voluntarily leave the council property in Sea Mils.

It follows 16 years of complaints about their behaviour from neighbours.

The council said it was carefully monitoring the Hodgkins' household on a daily basis.

The spokesperson added that correspondence was ongoing between the city council's solicitors, the family's legal team and the courts.

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