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Would you, your friends and family be up for fun challenges to win you the wedding day of your dreams?
The BBC are looking for engaged couples who want a wedding day like no other!
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|Action Fraud (Action Fraud, Administrator, National)|
Smishing – the term used for SMS phishing – is an activity which enables criminals to steal victims’ money or identity, or both, as a result of a response to a text message. Smishing uses your mobile phone (either a smartphone or traditional non-internet connected handset) to manipulate innocent people into taking various actions which can lead to being defrauded.
The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau has received information that fraudsters are targeting victims via text message, purporting to be from their credit card provider, stating a transaction has been approved on their credit card.
The text message further states to confirm if the transaction is genuine by replying ‘Y’ for Yes or ‘N’ for No.
Through this method the fraudster would receive confirmation of the victim’s active telephone number and would be able to engage further by asking for the victim’s credit card details, CVV number (the three digits on the back of your bank card) and/or other personal information.
- Always check the validity of the text message by contacting your credit card provider through the number provided at the back of the card or on the credit card/bank statement.
- Beware of cold calls purporting to be from banks and/or credit card providers.
- If the phone call from the bank seems suspicious, hang up the phone and wait for 10 minutes before calling the bank back. Again, refer to the number at the back of the card or on the bank statement in order to contact your bank.
- If you have been a victim of fraud or cyber crime, please report it to Action Fraud at http://www.actionfraud.police.uk/ or alternatively by calling 0300 123 2040
From 23rd July The Stapleford to Beeston Eighteen services will reduce in frequency from every 30 minutes to hourly.
And the 21 – which runs from Ilkeston to Nottingham – and 23 – which connects Heanor to Ilkeston – routes are being combined, affecting the timetables and routes of both.
Stapleford Councillor Richard MacRae has contacted both Trent Barton and NET as there is now more reason for the promised Shuttle Bus. He has also copied in both of the County Councillors and is now awaiting replies.
|Organisation||Hickings Lane Medical Centre|
The practice has had an exceptionally successful ear, having been awarded ‘Outstanding’ overall by the CQC and completing an £800,000 extension with the provision of five new clinical rooms, staff area and new nursing facilities.
The list size is fast growing and there is a requirement to increase the medical staffing. We are aiming to recruit up to two by six session GPs this year.
The practice is SystmOne. The area is largely suburban with an increasingly younger population. The position would look at the possibility of full time being eight clinical sessions, one of which might be for personal interest of administration.
- List size of 5,100 and growing fast
- The premises are purpose built
- SystmOne practice
- Student training years 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 with aspirations of GP training.
- Remuneration: £11,250 per session.
If you are interested, email Tracey Colman through the above email address.
Road No. & Location
B6003 Toton Lane, Stapleford – From its junction with Eatons Road to its junction with Cliffe Hill Avenue
From 07:00hrs to 17:00hrs
Sunday 11th June 2017
Carried Out By:
Severn Trent Water
Nature of Restriction
Temporary Prohibition of Driving (Road Closure)
Nature of Works
Installation of new water supply
B5010 Derby Road – Brookhill Street – B6003 Toton Lane and vice versa
Amey/ Severn Trent Water
Severn Trent Water
Customer Response Centre
Tel – 0800 521 660
A Book of Condolences has been opened by Stapleford Town Council in Memory
of those who lost their lives or are in other ways victims of the terrorist attack
at Manchester Arena.
After three weeks, all the messages will be collated and sent to the
Leader of Manchester City Council, Sir Richard Leese.
Please feel free to leave your thoughts following this terrible tragedy.
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|Paula Hipkiss (Police, PCSO 7187, Beeston (Broxtowe South)|
Good Morning Residents,
Crime updates from Broxtowe South Cluster for your consideration:-
Theft From Motor Vehicle
17/18/05/2017 – Troutbeck Crescent, Beeston – vehicle entered and loose change taken.
19/20/05/2017 – Lilac Crescent, Beeston Rylands – vehicle entered and loose change taken.
23/24/05/2017 – Toton Lane, Stapleford – vehicle entered and tools stolen from within.
Theft of Motor Vehicle
21/22/05/2017 – Great Hoggett Drive, Chilwell – Yellow and black Yamaha R6 motorbike.
22/05/2017 – Sandy Lane, Bramcote – vehicle stolen.
Theft of Cycle
20/05/2017 – Bramcote Leisure Centre – grey and pink Carerra and blue and white Apollo cycles stolen.
22/05/2017 – Beeston Train Station – Yellow Saragen Mozine cycle stolen.
22/05/2017 – High Road, Beeston.
23/05/2017 – The Cloister, Beeston.
23/05/2017 – Iona Drive, Trowell.
23/05/2017 – Stapleford Lane, Toton.
20/21/05/2017 – Chapel Street, Bramcote – shed entered and tools stolen.
23/05/2017 – Saint Michaels Square, Bramcote – shed entered and tools stolen.
15/16/05/2017 – Chantry Close, Chilwell – vehicle damaged.
19/20/05/2017 – Field Close, Chilwell – vehicle damaged.
21/05/2017 – Marlborough Road, Beeston – vehicle damaged.
23/05/2017 – Great Hoggett Drive, Chilwell – vehicle damaged.
23/24/05/2017 – Charles Avenue, Beeston – 3 vehicles damaged.
Please ensure that you remove items of value from your vehicles.
As the warmer weather approaches please ensure your doors and windows are closed, even if you are nipping out for a few minutes.
Pop into the Police front counter at Beeston if you require any crime prevention leaflets to assist in securing your homes/vehicles.
Broxtowe South Cluster – Neighbourhood Policing Team.