Last chance for mum to clean up her act
MUM Michelle Gough has been given one last chance by a court to carry out her unpaid work.
The single mother of three has failed to turn up twice to mandatory work with the Red Cross, which she was sentenced to after failing to notify authorities to a change in circumstances which affected her benefits.
Gloucester Crown Court heard the 37-year-old had managed to kick her drug habit recently and had gained employment as a cleaner.
Prosecutor Virginia Cornwall said Gough, of Millennium Way in Cirencester, had already breached her unpaid work requirement in April last year.
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At that time, an additional seven hours were added to her punishment.
Defending, Sarah Jenkins, said both breaches of the order had been because she had child care problems.