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Parish Post 2014 Editions now ON LINE! Clare Sampson 2014-10-07 21:12:47

All editions of the Parish Post are on line.

Congratulations to the Editor and team, a Parish Post to be proud of.

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Minutes of 20th October Parish Council Meeting available Clare Sampson 2014-10-07 20:49:14

http://www.creechstmichael.net/parish-council/minutes/20th-october-2014/

A message from our PCSO Clare Sampson 2014-10-01 20:23:55

GENERAL REMINDER REGARDING CALLERS AT THE DOOR - please remember not to have dealings with any unsolicited callers whether they are at the door, calling by phone, sending Emails or writing to you.  They may be offering to buy or sell items; perhaps offering to provide crime prevention advice, repair guttering or cut trees down; or they may ask to gain access inside the property.  Whatever the excuse do not have dealings with them in any form.

Remember all suspicious activity or callers should be reported as soon as possible to the police on 101 or in an emergency 999.

SEASONAL REMINDER - the end of the month will find many people enjoying Halloween.  However we are aware that some people prefer not to have Halloween revellers at the door on this evening.  We have flyers at the office that aim to reduce such callers and if you would like copies, please contact Lindsey at the NHW office either by `replying' to this Email or by telephone on 01278-644799.

By the beginning of November we will see Firework celebrations and of course the Carnival Season.  The police ask that if you are going out to enjoy or take part these events, you take care to ensure that properties are kept secure and alarms activated where they are fitted.  Perhaps also consider leaving lights on timers or a radio on a talk channel to make properties appear as if they are occupied. 

Some security items such as timers are available at a competitive price from the NHW office, again contact Lindsey direct if you would like details/order form.

If you have information about any crime, phone the police on 101 or you can call anonymously to the independent charity CRIMESTOPPERS 0800 555 111.  For general information about Neighbourhood Watch nationally see the www.ourwatch.org.uk website.