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Penrith Community Fire Station Open Day – 24 September 2017 11/09/2017 11:53:31 191076 October 18, 2017

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Penrith Community Fire Station Open Day – 24 September 2017
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Penrith Community Fire Station Open Day – Sunday 24th September 2017

On Sunday 24th September between 11am and 3pm Penrith Community Fire Station will be holding an Open Day.

There will be stalls from Blood Bikes, the Ambulance Service, Mountain Rescue Team, the Fire Fighters Charity and Cumbria Police as well as a cake sale and raffle.

It will be fun for all the family and we would love to see you all. There will also be demonstrations on road traffic collisions, height rescues and house fires.

All proceeds on the day will go to the Fire Fighters Charity.

Hope to see you there!

The Penrith Rapid Day Crew

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Smoke Damage Shap 18/10/2017 10:27:58 195153 October 18, 2017

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Subject: Smoke Damage Shap 18/10/2017 10:27:58 [195153]

Smoke damage Shap
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Police are investigating an incident from 2100hrs on Saturday 14th October 2017 at the Shap Library. Someone has set fire to a car tyre and some magazines causing smoke damage to the car park wall. If you have any information please call 101 and ask for PC 2174 WOOLLEY or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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Rogue Traders – Fish Sellers – Sedbergh 18/10/2017 13:30:35 195212 October 18, 2017

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Subject: Rogue Traders – Fish Sellers – Sedbergh 18/10/2017 13:30:35 [195212]

Rogue Traders – Fish Sellers – Sedbergh
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Cumbria Trading Standards have received reports of fish sellers operating from a van, cold calling in the Sedbergh area of Cumbria. They may also be visiting other areas in the county. Please be wary and report any uninvited fish salesmen operating within Cumbria to Trading Standards.

Fish sellers visiting Cumbria are known to engage in cold calling activities asking residents to purchase large amounts of frozen fish on the doorstep. This fish is generally of poor quality, unrefrigerated and short weight. Doorstep sellers often demand a cash or cheque payment and can be very persuasive in their selling techniques.

Cumbria Trading Standards and Cumbria Police advice is simple; don’t let uninvited doorstep sellers of any kind into your home. Often these sellers prey on the most vulnerable who are less likely to refuse what may appear to be a bargain. For all your goods and services it is better to deal with reputable traders operating out of fixed premises who you know and trust.

If you or someone you know is faced with fish sellers or other cold callers please contact Trading Standards via the Citizens Advice Consumer Helpline on 03454 04 05 06 or visit www.adviceguide.org.uk

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Cnwa Conference and Agm, Saturday, 14th October, at Oval Centre, Salterbeck, Workington . September 28, 2017

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CNWA Conference and AGM

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The Annual Conference and AGM of the Cumbria Neighbourhood Watch Association will take place on Saturday the 14th of October at the Oval Centre, Salterbeck, Workington CA14 5HA and the full programme is attached to this message. The event starts with registration and coffee at 09.45 and finishes with a complementary buffet lunch at 12.30. We are delighted that Sue Hayman, MP for Workington and Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, has kindly agreed to be with us. Sue will be joined by Peter McCall, Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Phil Tibble, Chair of West Cumbria Community Safety Partnership, Mark Webster, Assistant Chief Constable and Lorrainne Smyth, Chief Executive of ACTion for Communities in Cumbria. We are also pleased that the High Sheriff of Cumbria, Alistair Wannop, will be present to present the High Sheriff’s Shield. It promises to be an outstanding event and we hope as many people as possible will be able to attend. If you didn’t respond to our previous messages but would like to attend please respond to this one. Thanks.

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Doorstep Cold Caller Warning 15/09/2017 11:44:02 191568 September 16, 2017

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DOORSTEP COLD CALLER WARNING
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Cumbria Trading Standards are warning both the farming community and local residents to look out for doorstep callers after an incident was reported in the Bootle area near Millom in the last couple of days.

Individuals are visiting farms and offering tarmac for sale stating that they have “left overs” after working on the local highway. Trading Standards advice is to always say ‘NO’ to any cold callers and we ask that you look out for elderly or vulnerable family, friends and neighbours.

Consumers should be extremely cautious when approached by any doorstep callers offering to sell goods or conduct work on their property. These types of callers often use persuasive or aggressive tactics to get people to agree to have work carried out and then charge far more than was quoted for poor quality work or goods.

They often fail to provide a legally required cancellation notice which enables the householder to cancel the work within a statutory fourteen day cooling off period.

If you have been called in this way and require further advice, or want to report the matter, Trading Standards can be contacted via the Citizens Advice Consumer Helpline on 03454 04 05 06 or by visiting www.adviceguide.org.uk

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Telephone Scam – Nuisance Call Blockers 10/08/2017 11:27:45 188090 August 12, 2017

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Telephone Scam – Nuisance Call Blockers
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Cumbria Trading Standards have received reports of residents being cold called by a London company offering to sell a telephone nuisance call blocking service for £99.00. The company will often claim to work with or on behalf of your telephone company and know some personal information.

The service/device they are offering is unlikely to exist and it is simply an attempt to obtain credit card or other financial information from consumers.

Cumbria Trading Standards and Cumbria Police advice is simple; don’t give personal or financial information to any cold callers. Often these sellers prey on the most vulnerable. For all your goods and services it is better to deal with reputable traders operating out of fixed premises who you know and trust.

Consumers can register their details with the Telephone Preference Service (TPS) to reduce the number of unsolicited sales and marketing calls. More details can be found at www.tpsonline.org.uk or contact the TPS registration line on 0345 070 0707.

If you or someone you know has been targeted in this or a similar manner, please contact Trading Standards via the Citizens Advice Consumer Helpline on 03454 04 05 06 or visit www.adviceguide.org.uk

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Volunteering Matters, August 2017 August 10, 2017

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Hello, I hope you’re all well. Here’s the latest edition of Volunteering Matters (No. 18) and the accompanying message from Tina Shelton about submitting material for the Autumn edition :

“Good Afternoon

Please see attached the latest edition of Volunteering Matters.

Please could you upload it to your DutySheet or other communication tool for circulation to all Citizens in policing, and circulated it to your key stakeholders too. Happy for the magazine to be uploaded to internal and external websites as well.

Thank you to those who submitted articles – and for those who wish to feature in Issue 19 (Autumn) if you could send articles and photos in before 4th September please.

I hope you enjoy reading the publication.

Volunteering Matters – Issue 18

Best regards

Tina Shelton

Regional Citizens in Policing Coordinator – North West & Wales
Telephone 07901 678600
Email: tina.shelton@gmp.police.uk

Editor: Special Impact & Volunteering Matters
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Based at: Greater Manchester Police
Police Headquarters, Central Park, 4th Floor, Northampton Road, Manchester, M40 5BP

Postal Address: Greater Manchester Police, Openshaw Complex, Lawton Street, Manchester, M11 2NS

News in the war on wildlife crime July 17, 2017

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You may have heard that the authorities are stepping up efforts in fighting the illicit trade in wildlife and forest products. Here’s a link to an article on a recent meeting by the Africa and Asia Pacific Justice League.

https://wildopeneye.wordpress.com/2017/07/17/africa-and-asia-pacific-justice-league-moves-for-stronger-action-on-wildlife-crime/

Have you seen this cat? Missing from Crosby Ravensworth April 29, 2017

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Missing cat

Lost in Crosby Ravensworth area. Can you keep an eye out and check your outbuildings for The Goldings’ pet cat please?

A friend has lost their pet cat in Crosby Ravensworth area. Please can you keep an eye out and check your outbuildings for this puss?

It’s been gone 5 days. Family anxious.

Please pass any information to Juliet Golding, thank you.

Shap Primary School 10/03/2017 21:16:04 173076 March 11, 2017

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Subject: Shap Primary School 10/03/2017 21:16:04 [173076]

Shap Primary School
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This is a message from the Police. There has been a report of antisocial behaviour within the grounds of Shap Primary School. This has not caused any permanent damage but has lead to disruption as a time consuming clean up was needed. This was discovered on 9th March. If you have any information regarding this please contact Police on 101 incident – CP-20170309-0191.

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