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Holiday home owner calls for guidance over foreign workers

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A 72-year-old owner of a Norfolk seaside holiday cottage is urging booking firms to be more upfront after being asked to host nine workers from Spain.

John Fiddian and his wife Valda decided to forgo a booking of almost £4,000 for a fortnight because of their concerns over Covid.

Pinewood House, Hunstanton - Credit: Supplied

The couple, who have been running holiday homes for 22 years, received a last minute booking through their operator, Awaze UK, the parent company of Hoseasons, for the nine guests.

The booking was for the group to stay in the couple's property in the centre of Hunstanton in Northgate called Pinewood House.

Inside Pinewood House, Hunstanton. - Credit: Supplied

Little information was forthcoming, they said, but when they made further enquiries, they were told the people were from Spain, currently in the amber list for coronavirus, travelling to Norfolk for work.

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