Woman failed to attend unpaid work

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A WOMAN under a community order has now been given a supervision order for failing to attend for unpaid work on two occasions.

Rebecca Allwood, 19, of Quay Road, Bridlington, pleaded guilty to failing to comply with the requirements of her order made by Hull Magistrates Court, to complete a total of 150 hours unpaid work.

Speaking for the probation service, Jon Wild told the court Allwood had “alcohol and drug addictions.”

Martin Hawes, mitigating said: “She has moved from Hull to Bridlington after being the victim of domestic violence.

“She has a lot going on in her life with the domestic violence and the loss of a child through miscarriage.

“She suffers from depression and anxiety.”

Appearing at Bridlington Magistrates Court last Wednesday, Allwood was told she had 92 hours of unpaid work left to do.

Presiding magistrate Martin Dodgson said the supervision order was a “lifeline” for the defendant.

She was told to pay costs of £50.