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Neighbourwatch Alert ~ Flight Ticket Fraud Alert

(published by: website administrator)

07/02/2018

Flight Ticket Fraud Alert. Please read attached if you are planning a trip abroad..........

Flight Ticket Fraud Alert

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5/6th March - Milson to Neen Sollars Road Closure

(published by: Victory Hall)

27/01/2018

Please find enclosed details of a temporary road closure:

Road Closure: New Wood Farm Milson

Start Date: 5th March 2018

End Date: 6th March 2018

Purpose: Road closure to renew service pipe

Works Promoter: Severn Trent Water

Works Promoter Ref: LB9141201/000011777781

Enforcement pattern for New Wood Farm Milson: All the time.

Should you have any queries regarding this closure, please call Customer Services on 0345 6789006, or contact the Street Works Team on streetworks@shropshire.gov.uk.

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Services Rota for All Saints Neen Sollars Jan to March

(published by: All Saints Neen Sollars)

01/01/2018

Click on the link to the services rota for January to March 2018....

Services All Saints Neen sollars Jan to March 2018

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Neighbourhood Watch ~ Farmers Grant Fraud Alert

(published by: website administrator)

10/12/2017

Farmers Grant Fraud Alert

The purpose of this alert is to provide knowledge and prevention advice to farmers in order to protect themselves from falling victim to ‘Payment Diversion Fraud’. CAP (Common Agricultural Policy) payments are expected to be paid to farmers in December 2017. Information on last year’s payments are easily obtained via the government website allowing fraudsters to know when and how much potential targets will receive.

Fraudsters who purport to be a trusted senior colleague or established customer may request that you change their direct debit, standing order or amend a bank transfer so that the payment can be diverted to a bank account which is in control of the fraudster. Fraudsters will often make the request under the pretence of a highly sensitive or urgent transaction.

Contact is made via phone, letter but most commonly via email (personal or work address) used by the organisation or employee (which has either been spoofed or hacked). The fraudster then provides bank account details into which the monies should be paid.

PROTECTION AND PREVENTION ADVICE:

• Ensure all staff, not just finance teams are aware of this fraud.

• Always verify email payment changes to financial agreements with the organisation directly using established contact details you have on file. If called ask the caller to give you a main switchboard number for you to be routed back to them. Alternatively, hang up and call them back using established contact details you have on file.

• Have a system in place which allows staff to properly verify contact from their CEO or senior members of staff; for example having two points of contact so that the staff can check that the instruction which they have received from their CEO is legitimate.

•Always review requests to change ‘one off’ payment requests. Check for inconsistencies or grammatical errors, such as a miss-spelt company name or a slightly different email address. Ensure computer systems are secure and that antivirus software is up to date.

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Shrewsbury will be hosting the UK Recovery Walk 2018.

(published by: website administrator)

05/12/2017

We have two options which are currently open to a public vote:

See Attached................

Shrewsbury will be hosting the UK Recovery Walk 2018

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Food bank collection...

(published by: All Saints Neen Sollars)

29/11/2017

If you would like to donate non perishable goods please bring them to choir or church or to my house by 10th December and I will take them to the food bank. Thank you.

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Carol Service All Saints Neen Sollars....

(published by: All Saints Neen Sollars)

29/11/2017

Sunday 17th December at 6.30pm. A traditional Carol Service featuring Neen Sollars Community Choir, bible readings by members of the community, and followed by sherry & mince pies. Please join us for this beautiful candle lit event

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