War Memorial Hall
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Leicestershire Police have emailed some tips from Trading Standards via the Neighbourhood Link on how to recognise scams.
Protect your personal and financial information with the following:
➡️Don't assume those contacting you are genuine, in person, via email or telephone, even if identity cards or emails look official. Contact the organisation they claim to be from if you are not sure.
➡️ Genuine organisations will never ask for security details such as PIN numbers or passwords. If you aren't 100% sure who you are talking to, do not give out any personal or financial information.
➡️Be confident to refuse unusual requests for your personal or financial information and don't be afraid to end conversations you are uncomfortable with.
➡️To stop unwanted emails and telephone calls, sign up to the Mail Preference Service 0207 291 3310 or Telephone Preference Service 0345 070 0707. To report a trader to Trading Standards or for consumer advice, call Citizens Advice on 03454 040506.
Posted: Tue, 12 Feb 2019 09:28 by Rachel Ayton
We have recently been informed that there have been people riding motorbikes and mopeds recklessly around the Parish. This can become a public nuisance not to mention the fact that it's extremely unsafe where the welfare of pedestrians and motorists is concerned.
If you witness the above or feel that certain bike users are becoming a public nuisance, please report this to 101. Alternatively, you can report incidents online via the below link to Leicestershire Police. If you have any concerns you can also ring the Parish Office on 0116 2771450. More »
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Posted: Mon, 11 Feb 2019 13:54 by Rachel Ayton
Three residents of the Blaby District have been fined by Leicester Magistrates Court after failing to ensure their dogs were wearing an identifiable tag.
All three dogs which were picked up as stray by Blaby District Council wore collars but no tags which can be bought and engraved so cheaply online or from pet shops.
Please see the attached document to read the full news release from Blaby District Council. More »
Posted: Wed, 06 Feb 2019 10:07 by Rachel Ayton