Notices

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Police
Please note that the following link is now in the Police section of Local Community. All Police notices will now appear there.
Link to the Cheshire Police Alert web site (opens in a new window)0:
Cheshire Police Alerts
Notices issued by Cheshire Police
There are no recent notices issued by Cheshire Police.

Roads/traffic
Notices issued by CWaC and other agencies concerning road maintenance and traffic issues
There are no current notices (20 Oct 2020)

Notices issued by CWaC
Anything issued by CWaC, including invitations to events.
Invitation to Waste Reduction Volunteer training
Local Council Bulletin July 2014
Local Council Bulletin August 2014
Community Conversation Flyer

Trading Standards
Trading Standards warning – door-to-door tradesmen
Trading Standards warning – flag down scam
Trading Standards warning – Energy-saving grants scam

Local Governance
Draft Recommendations Notice – Little Stanney, Croughton, Stoke and Wervin – 2013-07-05

Scams
Dec 2013. There is an e-mail purporting to come from the Royal Mail. It states that Royal Mail is holding an item for you. Royal Mail does not send out such e-mails. Further details about this an other scams plus Royal Mail’s policy on them can be found by following this link:
Royal Mail scam e-mails

Fraud Alerts
1. There is a current scam involving the “sale” of flat-screen televisions. The following link to Action Fraud Alert (City of London Police) explains the scam and also how to avoid being a victim of bogus websites:
Action Fraud Alert
2. Bogus Police calls. Fraudsters purporting to be from the Police concerning fraudulent use of victim’s bank card. Please read the attached document carefully as it gives useful advice on scam phone calls in general: Fraud letter re bogus police calls
 
In addition to the advice on terminating phone calls, if you’re asked to call back, by calling your bank or other institution’s phone number, don’t! Instead, either use another phone line or call a friend. If the fraudster has not terminated the call, that call is still active and you will still be speaking to the fraudster or an accomplice rather than someone you know. Then hang up. Reputable institutions do not call you about such matters.

General Information
New free and independent benefits advice service for all rural areas in Cheshire west and Chester

Public Health Advice – Staying hydrated – August 2019
Public Health Key Messages – Every Mind Matters

Care and Support info