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Website Improvements

The Milwich Website has a multi-tiered menu structure. Hover over the Menu Tabs at the top of the page to see the lower level options.

The number of posts on the News and Events Page has been reduced. To see all posts in a particular topic, eg. all the Neighbourhood Watch notices, select “Neighbourhood Watch” in the Category box on the Right Hand Side of the page. To see all Posts, select “News” in the Category Box, there may be more than one page of News.

Be properly in control of your dogs

Your latest Smart Alert.

To all dog owners and walkers. Please be aware that under the Dogs ( protection of livestock ) act 1953, if your dog worries sheep on agricultural land, the person in charge of the dog is guilty of an offence. The injuries caused to sheep can be extensive and even fatal. Please keep your dog under control protecting yourself and other animals.

If you need to reply regarding this message, click on this email address: mark.lyon

Regards,
Danny Lyon
PC
Neighbourhood Watch
Email: mark.lyon

Finalised Festive Newsletter

Your latest Smart Alert.

Please accept my sincere apologies for clogging up your inboxes but I inadvertently sent out the ‘DRAFT’ version of your Newsletter yesterday!

Would you please delete that version and refer to the ‘FINAL’ version below.

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  • patrick.connor

    Regards,
    Ash Connor
    Watch Liaison Officer
    Neighbourhood Watch
    Email: patrick.connor
    Tel: 01785 232584

Festive Newsletter

Your latest Smart Alert.

Please follow the link to view your Festive Newsletter.

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  • patrick.connor

    Regards,
    Ash Connor
    Watch Liaison Officer
    Neighbourhood Watch
    Email: patrick.connor
    Tel: 01785 232584

Beware Bogus Phishing E-mails

Your latest Smart Alert.

Please see the below link for information regarding bogus phishing e-mails purporting to be sent from the Metropolitan Police.

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  • patrick.connor

    Regards,
    Ash Connor
    Watch Liaison Officer
    Neighbourhood Watch
    Email: patrick.connor
    Tel: 01785 232584

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.

Happy to inform you that we are serving food again from today, look forward to seeing you again.

Thursday, 01 December 2016.

Food Specials:

Thursday- Curry Club-Chicken Balti or Fresh Seafood Tikka Masala

Food Times- 12 – 2 and 5 to 9 pm

Friday- Friday Night Special- Steak and Ale Pie Chips Peas and Gravy

Food Times- 12 – 2 and 5 to 9 pm

Saturday-

Food Times- 12 – 2 and 5 to 9 pm

Sunday- Sunday Roast- Roast Beef and Yorkshire (12 to 3pm only)

Food Times- 12 – 5 pm

Cask Ales;

Holden’s Mild, Wainwright’s, Draught Bass, Moonshine

On Soon- Butty Bach and Abbot Ale

Scrumpy;

Muckletoon Rosie or Farmhouse Pyder

Forth coming events Sunday 4th December until Saturday 10th December 2016

Sunday-

Monday- Green Man A Home Green Man B away Red Lion A

Tuesday-

Wednesday- Green Man Darts Home

Thursday- Curry Club-

Friday- Friday Night Special- Fish Chips Mushy Peas and Bread and Butter

Saturday-

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

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Help Put Criminals Behind Bars With The Touch Of A Button

Your latest Smart Alert.

Did you know that you are now able to receive real-time crime alerts through Staffordshire Smart Alert?

This new exciting development means that local officers can send instant alerts when a crime has just taken place, or is taking place, in their area. Alerts can be sent out to a radius ranging from 3km down to a single street in an area, for example, where a child has gone missing or a home has been broken into.

This latest update will allow you to play a more active role in your community and act as the eyes and ears of Staffordshire Police to help stop criminals in their tracks.

If you are an App user, all you have to do is click on ‘Preferences’, enter your postcode and make sure the ‘GPS’ button is switched to ‘On’.

Don’t forget you can also personalise your alerts to find out more about rural, horse, canal, school, cycle and business crime.

You can download the App to your smart device or register on-line by visiting www.staffordshiresmartalert.uk. Please encourage your friends, family and neighbours to register to start receiving information from us – together we can fight crime.

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If you need to reply regarding this message, click on this email address: paula.james

Regards,
Paula James
Community Engagement Officer
Neighbourhood Watch
Email: paula.james

Reminder to be Extra Vigilant to Cold Callers

Your latest Smart Alert.

Residents are being reminded to be more aware of who is calling at their door during the Festive season. As you might be expecting more visitors in the run up to Christmas, please make sure you know who is at your door.

Detective Sergeant James Byrne said:

"Never trust anyone calling at the door without a prior appointment. Should you receive such a call, leave the door locked. The caller will hear you through the door when you ask them who they are. If they state they are from a utilities company, ask for your account number, they should have this if they are genuine, if not – do not let them in and tell them to leave and that you are calling the police.

"Do not allow anyone to carry out work on your home, or sell you anything when they cold-call at the door. If you require work to be done INSTIGATE IT YOURSELF, by phoning three companies and asking for like for like quotes. Then decide.

"Even if someone claims to be an official – check their ID – and that includes police officers and council representatives.

"Always reports any suspicious behaviour to the police. If you think it is suspicious, it probably is."

Residents are asked to remain vigilant at all times and to follow this advice:

Follow the STOP, CHAIN, CHECK rule when people call at the door.
STOP – If you are not expecting anybody and they don’t have an appointment, don’t let them in.
CHAIN – Use your door chain or bar before opening the door
CHECK – Ask to see ID and double check this.

Keep your doors locked even when you are home.

Please remember, there is no such company as the Water Board, Gas Board or Electric Board. These words are only used by offenders, so be alert if they are used by anyone at your door.

If you have not asked for any work to be done, do not engage with anyone claiming to be carrying out work at your home.

Anyone who has information regarding unlawful activities in the county is asked to call Staffordshire Police on 101.

If you need to reply regarding this message, click on this email address: paula.james

Regards,
Paula James
Community Engagement Officer
Neighbourhood Watch
Email: paula.james