Only to say that the Magazines have found a welcoming home!
Come and join us at our Songs of Praise Service at St John the Baptist Church, North Cheriton on Sunday 19 February at 4 pm. Tea and cakes as well !!
BCU8 14022017 Somerset
Romance Fraud – as part of the Cyber Crime Awareness month we would like to remind you that there are a number of scams that occur locally and nationwide – some of which relate to `romance scams’.
According to the reported figures from Action Fraud, a romance fraud is reported every three hours in the UK. That’s an astounding figure, especially when we know that a lot of romance frauds go unreported. The figures also indicate a victim loses, on average £10,000.
To find out more on preventing these crimes, we suggest checking out the website http://www.getsafeonline.org
R044 10022017 Farm Watch
R044 10022017 Farm Watch
Farmwatch members are invited to attend a meeting hosted by the Police and the Charity Crimestoppers to launch a campaign we are running to tackle sheep theft in Somerset.
WHERE: Edgar Hall, 8 Cary Court, Somerton, TA11 6SB
WHEN: Wednesday 22nd February 2017
Help stop this crime. Please come along and find out how we can work together to combat sheep theft in Somerset.
We look forward to seeing you on the 22nd February.
Rural Crime Team.
I seek a home for approx 46 copies of the excellent monthly magazine Gardens Illustrated.
They date run from 2010 to 2015. There are some copies from each year. Would be excellent research material for Garden Designers, Horticultural students or make a very good read for keen gardeners on a cold grey day such as today!
Free. Interested – please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Working Group on Speeding Vehicles
North Vale Parish Council has set up a Working Group to look at speeding issues within North Cheriton, Holton and Maperton.
Terms of Reference
The Group is researching and discussing methods of reducing speeding within the Parish, which can be implemented at both local and/or district level. It is proposed to concentrate on low-cost, ‘non-invasive’ methods which ‘remind’ people that they are driving through a residential area. ‘Invasive’ installations, such as speed bumps, barriers or chicanes, will not be considered.
Options to be considered
Possible options which have proved successful in other villages are under consideration. These are:
Name signage at village entrances
- ‘Gates’ on verges at village entrances
- Regular cutting back of verges
- Cleaning and maintaining signage
- Flashing speed limit signs
- Review of the current speed limits.
Request for Input
If you have any suggestions or comments regarding the possible options listed above, please email email@example.com.
Sorry for the omission but this notice was sent by James Lee and he is the chap to reply to when you volunteer for the post of Gardeners Club Secretary!