Does anyone know what is happening here? Is it a midair crash or a robin attack? John F-S
Archive for November, 2012
Paul B writes:
Please note that Evie’s artistic gatherings at the village hall have been re-scheduled from 11.00 am to 1.00 pm on Thursdays.
There is still plenty of room to join Santa’s little helpers, all beavering away merrily. Cookies, coffee and conversation.
If you are unsure of what you would like to do, there is plenty of advice on hand. See you there.
We Want Your Concerns
The Derbyshire Alert community messaging service gives you the opportunity to contribute to the setting of priorities in your neighbourhood.
As you may be aware, each of our Safer Neighbourhood policing teams holds a meeting every three months to set priorities, offering the public the opportunity to select what their local police officers and other agencies target. The aim of our e-forum is to make it easier for you to have a say on priorities.
Simply reply by email to email@example.com and tell us what you would like your team to target. Your concerns will be sent to the Tissington and Carsington area Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team and they will discuss all responses at their next forum meeting which will be held on:
Wednesday 5th December starting at 7.30pm at Carsington School, Carsington.
Each team works in partnership with local agencies, which include parish, town, district and county councils, housing Associations, Derbyshire Youth Service, Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service, Neighbourhood Watch among others, to help keep your area a safe, clean and pleasant place to live and work.
Priorities can include a wide variety of issues, including crime, anti-social or nuisance behaviour, graffiti or vandalism or anything which you feel impacts on the quality of life for you, your neighbours or your business.
You are still more than welcome to attend the meeting if you would prefer to speak to officers in person or you can also call our non emergency telephone number, 101.
You can be reassured that we will listen to your concerns, act on them and maintain our commitment to provide a high quality policing service to everyone in the High Peak and Derbyshire Dales.
Derbyshire County Council’s Trading Standards Service has received reports from consumers who have received a ‘pop-up’ type message on their home computer screen informing them their computer has a virus, and that it may be removed for a fee of £75.
To appear more official, the message purports to be from the Police Central E-Crime Unit, PO Box 36451, London EC2M 4WN.
This is untrue, as the Police would not contact members of the public regarding any potential computer issue nor would they contact them in this manner.
Do not respond to the message and if possible, delete the message. Please do not attempt to forward it to anyone else as this may spread the problem to more computers.
Unfortunately, the ‘pop-up’ message has potential to lock and freeze your computer. Derbyshire Trading Standards Service would advise that if this happens, you seek professional help and advice in order to repair your computer.
If you receive the ‘pop-up’ message above, or similar, please notify Action Fraud – a central point of contact for information about fraud and financially-motivated internet crime. Their telephone number is 0300 123 2040.