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Northamptonshire County Council will have removed 19 residents of Latimer Grange Care Home in Burton Latimer by this weekend.
The council announced it was terminating its contract with the home on Wednesday.
It comes as police investigate allegations of criminal offences against current and past residents at the home.
"Due to ongoing concerns in relation to the management of the home and the home’s inability to meet the needs of residents without significant input from the council."
The council also said the Care Quality Commission supports their decision. They are working with residents and their families to relocate them in other council facilities.
There are also three private residents at the care home.
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Loneliness affects millions of people and can cause a variety of mental health conditions.
Now Age UK is to begin a walking 'be-frienders' project hoping to use the benefits of physical activity to help tackle the problem.
Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Dani Crawshaw.
Bedford's walk in centre faces an uncertain future when its contract runs out on the 31st of March.
It's currently based at the Putnoe Medical Centre.
Bedfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group says it recognises the facility's value to local residents and is working on plans.
Plans to build a £60 million pound care centre in Northamptonshire have been given the go-ahead.
The development will overlook the Drayton Reservoir and have an 83 bed care home and 307 apartments for the elderly.
The scheme will create at least 300 jobs.
"We pride ourselves on providing thriving homes with a philosophy of care that puts the needs of our residents at the centre of everything we do and how we do it. Middlemore is the first to focus on the care village model - communities at the heart of the community where they are based."
The Middlemore development has been designed by Newcastle-based architects ID Partnership.
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