Why can't her offspring help her out if it so important for her to stay in her own home or are they too concerned about maximising their inheritance?
She spent her retirement helping the homeless after a career at the forefront of education.
In return, perhaps she could reasonably have expected to be cared for in her old age.
Now, at the age of 93, Phyllis Wallbank fears she will lose her house after being sent a bill from the council for nearly £5,000.
Mrs Wallbank, who is too frail to feed herself, has been ordered to cover the costs of the carers sent to help her with her meals over the past year. She has just £300 in her bank account, and is worried that she will have to leave her home near Eton College, where she used to work.
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