You Can't Say If You Don't Pay

A gripping, often heart-breaking, look at people who rent houses in the West end of Rhyl.

It's a forgotten, poor, downtrodden area with penny arcades, static caravans and a defunct funfair.

The people who live there are poor, and there's a 12 year waiting list for a council house.

As the housing crisis faces meltdown, we meet tenants facing eviction and homelessness and investigate just what is being done to help them out of their misery.

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20061210

2/4.

20061211

3/4.

A gripping, often heart-breaking, look at people who rent houses in the west end of Rhyl.

It's a forgotten, poor, downtrodden area with penny arcades, static caravans and a defunct funfair.

The people who live there are poor, and there's a 12 year waiting list for a council house.

As the housing crisis faces meltdown, we meet tenants facing eviction and homelessness and investigate just what is being done to help them out of their misery.

20061217

A gripping, often heart-breaking, look at people who rent houses in the West end of Rhyl.

It's a forgotten, poor, downtrodden area with penny arcades, static caravans and a defunct funfair.

The people who live there are poor, and there's a 12 year waiting list for a council house.

As the housing crisis faces meltdown, we meet tenants facing eviction and homelessness and investigate just what is being done to help them out of their misery.

20061218

4/4.

A gripping, often heart-breaking, look at people who rent houses in the West end of Rhyl.

It's a forgotten, poor, downtrodden area with penny arcades, static caravans and a defunct funfair.

The people who live there are poor, and there's a 12 year waiting list for a council house.

As the housing crisis faces meltdown, we meet tenants facing eviction and homelessness and investigate just what is being done to help them out of their misery.

012006120320061204

A gripping, often heart-breaking, look at people who rent houses in the West end of Rhyl.

It's a forgotten, poor, downtrodden area with penny arcades, static caravans and a defunct funfair.

The people who live there are poor, and there's a 12 year waiting list for a council house.

As the housing crisis faces meltdown, we meet tenants facing eviction and homelessness and investigate just what is being done to help them out of their misery.