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One of the swings has had to be removed from the playing area. We will replace this as soon as it is possible.
Trading Standards is warning the public to be on their guard following reports that fraudsters are sending out fake texts offering a Covid-19 vaccine in an attempt to steal bank details.
The text offers a link to what police call an “extremely convincing” fake NHS website.
Once on the website people are asked to input their bank details to register for a vaccine.
The scam message reads ‘we have identified that you are eligible to apply for your vaccine’ and then prompts you to click on a link for further information or to ‘apply’ for the vaccine.
If you receive a text or email that asks you to click on a link or for you to provide information, such as your name, credit card or bank details, delete it immediately.
Remember, the NHS will never ask for your payment details.
Further details can be obtained from the website.
THE PLAY AREA IS OPEN. Following maintenance on the surface of the Play Area it has been re-opened; the surface will be checked regularly and further maintenance carried-out as necessary. Follow COVID-19 Guidelines.
You will have noticed the 30 mph speed signs are now in place throughout the village.
To keep you updated, we have today received the notification from Highways that the new limits are now live and the police are informed of the change.
With the warm weather encouraging people to walk within the Parish, offering real relief from the current lockdown restrictions, the Parish Council would ask that all walkers are aware of their surroundings and give specific consideration to the possibility of livestock being in the vicinity but out of sight.
Of particular importance is the proper closing of gates please, highlighted recently by cattle being loose due to an unfastened gate which could have had serious consequencies.
Thank you in anticipation and we hope that all walkers will continue to enjoy our beautiful village with due consideration to all other users..