Macclesfield couple seek emergency rental accommodation

By Nub News Reporter

9th Jul 2024 | Local News

Phill McCrea and Sonia de la Moitié seek a new place to live.
Phill McCrea and Sonia de la Moitié seek a new place to live.

A couple living in Macclesfield seek the town's help for a new place to live.

Engaged couple Phill McCrea and Sonia de la Moitié, who are experienced working in hospitality, need a new place to live from Sunday.

"We are basically homeless, as of this weekend," said Phill.

"We are very trustworthy. We have been through a very rough ride during the last eight weeks.

"If anyone has a rental property, that they can trust us to take on, please get in touch.

"We have been left with no job, no money, we are just devastated.

"If there is anyone out there with a pub, who wants management living we would be happy to do that as well.

"We have nothing to show for all the hard work we have put in.

"We need a place to live, we have just got nothing."

They were working at a pub in Macclesfield, but that relationship has since ceased.

"We would love to stay in Macclesfield, but we are open to elsewhere," added Phill.

"No matter what we do, we have to relocate.

"We have been to the housing [association], we have been passed from pillar to post.

"We just honestly do not know what to do.

"As from Sunday, we are effectively homeless.

"We would be so grateful for any help, you would make Sonia especially very happy.

"My partner Sonia has been crying every single day.

"I have been tearing my hair out, I have been picking my eyebrows out because I've been that worried.

"You could make a couple very happy and secure again, after what we've been through.

"To anyone that can help us, thank you.

"Hopefully, we are praying for a miracle, that there is somebody kind enough out there that can help us."

A GoFundMe has also been launched, the Macclesfield community has been kind enough to donate £575 that could go towards a future deposit.

If you are able to help Phill and Sonia, you can get in touch with them on Facebook via this link.

     

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