Tuesday, 18 February 2020

Oops!

Apologies - a post about the Boat Share Show got on to this site by mistake.  It's now in its rightful place on boatshare4u.co.uk.

Saturday, 15 February 2020

Which? warns of Amazon Prime scam


  There’s something you need to know  -
A malicious phone scam is doing the rounds. An automated call pretending to be from Amazon Prime is telling victims their subscription will be ‘renewed’ for £39.99 – even if they’re not a customer.
From here, it’s highly likely scammers will attempt to extort bank details and/or personal data from you.
We’ve notified Amazon, but if you receive this call, hang up immediately. Find out more about this scam, and read our advice on how to keep you and your family safe.
 
 
   Amazon Prime scam   
 
  You can either click on the button above or copy and paste this URL into your browser: www.which.co.uk/AmazonScam
 
 
 
Stay safe,
 
Which? campaigns team

Tuesday, 11 February 2020

More scamming

I've just had a text message claiming to be from EE - with whom I don't have an account - and obviously trying to get my bank or card details.

It reads:
We were unable to process your latest bill.  In order to avoid fees, update your payment information via: [website address deleted].

If you get anything like this, please don't click on the website address.

Thursday, 6 February 2020

Police advice about burglaries



Public meeting about proposed new houses

The Parish Council has organised an Extraordinary General Meeting to consider the planning application (19/00676/OUT) for a further 33 houses alongside the approved application at Bell House Farm, which is for 15 houses. 

The meeting will be in Maisemore Village Hall at 7.30pm on this Thursday 13th February 2020.  Full details of the application can be found on the Tewkesbury Borough Council website.

The agenda for the meeting is here.

Indicative plan for the extra 33 houses at Bell House Farm.
The existing (approved) application is shown shaded alongside.