Archive for November, 2017

Neighbourhood Watch: suspicious Activity

suspicious Activity

Your latest Smart Alert.

We have received a report of a suspicious incident in the Loynton area today. A male described as white with ginger hair with a local accent approached a farm and asked the occupant if they could work their terriers on their land. This was not granted and the male got into a red coloured vehicle described as either an estate or 4×4 with another male inside it and drove off. No other details or reports about this, but please be vigilant and report any suspicious incidents or activity to the police.

If you need to reply regarding this message, click on this email address: patrick.wright

Patrick Wright
Neighbourhood Watch
Email: patrick.wright


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Green Man weekly email

Friend’s of the Green Man

Welcome to our e mail update. We aim to keep you informed of what is going on but equally give you the opportunity to give feedback.

The next quiz will be on Tuesday 21st November 2017.

Our New Menu is also posted on this web site

Thursday, 16 November 2017.

Food Service Times

Wednesday food service – 5 to 9.00pm

Pie of the Week-Beef and Mushroom Pie.

Curry of the Week- Chicken Rogan

Thursday food service – 12 to 9 pm

Friday Food Service – 12 to 9 pm

Friday Special-Beef and Mushroom Pie

Sunday Food Service – 12 to 7 pm

Sunday Roasts This Week- Topside of Beef or Shoulder of Pork.

Cask Ales;

Burton Bridge XL Mild, Wainwright’s, Draught Bass and Abbot Ale.

This Weeks Guest Ales- Bridge Bitter

On Soon-Landlord.


Cheddar Valley

Forth coming events Thursday, 16 November 2017 until Wednesday 22nd November 2017

Wednesday- Darts Bye

Thursday- Ladies Darts Away




Monday- Dominoes A TeamBye B Team Away Moddershall CC

Tuesday- Quiz Night from 8.30pm All Welcome (Dave and Ken, Quiz Masters)

Wednesday- Darts Saracen’s Away

As always Ruth, Simon and I look forward to welcoming you soon.


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The Milwich with Fradswell Parish Council Meeting will take place at Milwich Village Hall on Wednesday 15th November 2017  at 7.30pm.

The Agenda for the meeting can be seen by clicking here

Draft Minutes of the previous meeting are available by clicking here.

A full list of all our councillors can be seen by clicking here. Contact them if you wish to raise issues relating to the Parish. Dr. Malcolm Calhaem and Mr. Fergus Cameron represent Fradswell, the remaining Councillors represent Milwich parishioners.

If you want to find out more about the role and responsibilities of the Parish Council and its Councillors then click on this link to take you to the Communities, Parishes and Local Councils website.

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STOLEN From Rangemore, Burton Upon Trent

Your latest Smart Alert.

Two Electronic clay pigeon traps!
During the course of the last few days, two Acorn 320 clay traps were removed from a trailer parked at Rangemore, two others were also on the trailer but these were left, presumably because they were more difficult to remove! The traps were the same as those in the attached pictures; neither was fitted with the yellow surrounding band but one has an additional, black riser motor attached under the body of the machine.
These machines are not very common and can be identified easily…

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If you need to reply regarding this message, click on this email address: lucinda.hadfield

Lucinda Hadfield
Police Community Support Officer
Neighbourhood Watch
Email: lucinda.hadfield

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Six arrested across county on suspicion of drugs offences

Your latest Smart Alert.

We’ve made six arrests on suspicion of drug offences since Friday (Nov 10) as part of an on-going operation running across Staffordshire.

Yesterday (Nov 12) two men and a youth from south Birmingham were arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply class A drugs after a car was stopped in Shelton Road, Stoke-on-Trent.

A quantity of class A drugs, believed to be cocaine, were found in the engine bay of the car, which was stopped at 12.40pm. Two men, aged 20 and 43, and a 17-year-old youth were arrested and remain in custody.

On Saturday evening (Nov 11) a 22-year-old Birmingham man was arrested in Horninglow Road, Burton-on-Trent, for possession with intent to supply class A drugs. Wraps of heroin, cash and mobile phones were seized.

Earlier on Saturday a 22-year-old Hanley man was arrested for possession with intent to supply class A drugs following a search in St Ann Walk, Hanley.

Finally, on Friday, (Nov 10) officers arrested a 24-year-old Birmingham man for possession with intent to supply class B drugs after his car was stopped in Lichfield. A large amount of cannabis and a knife were seized.

If you need to reply regarding this message, click on this email address: lydia.hooley

Lydia Hooley
Community Engagement Officer
Neighbourhood Watch
Email: lydia.hooley

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Fraud Alert: Phantom debt collectors and bailiffs

Your latest Smart Alert.

We have been made aware by Action Fraud of an increase in the number of calls to members of the public by bogus bailiffs requesting payments for a "phantom" debt.

The fraud involves being cold-called by someone purporting to be a bailiff working on behalf of a court, attempting to recover funds for a non-existent debt.

The caller will request payment by means of bank transfer and if this is refused, will threaten to visit the premises to recover the debt that is owed. A range of different businesses and individuals are being targeted.

Please make family and friends aware of this activity.

For more details, including crime prevention advice visit; https://www.staffordshire.police.uk/article/8201/Latest-Fraud-Alerts

If you need to reply regarding this message, click on this email address: nw

Paula James
Community Engagement Officer
Neighbourhood Watch
Email: nw

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Don’t lose your wheels to opportunist thieves this winter!

Your latest Smart Alert.

As winter approaches, we are appealing to motorists not to leave their keys in the ignition and engines running while they defrost their windscreens.

The appeal follows a recent theft of a vehicle when the driver left his engine running as he popped into his house to collect his bag – thankfully the car had a tracker, was quickly recovered and an arrest was made.

Many motorists have been caught out on frosty mornings and need to be aware that if they leave their car unattended, with the keys in the ignition that there is a significant risk that their insurance will be invalid leaving them without a car and out of pocket.

Motorists can make life difficult for opportunist thieves by taking a few simple steps:

Make time to defrost your car – don’t leave clearing your windscreen until the last minute

Don’t leave your keys in the ignition and engine running while you eat your breakfast or get ready for work – it makes your vehicle vulnerable and is bad for the environment

Prevent ‘fishing’ by keeping your keys out of view and reach from opportunists

Be a good neighbour – keep an eye out for your neighbours cars if you see them leave their car unattended make them aware of the risks.

Further advice is available on the Staffordshire Police website.


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Lydia Hooley
Community Engagement Officer
Neighbourhood Watch
Email: lydia.hooley

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