Message sent by Action Fraud (Action Fraud, Administrator, National)
Fraudsters have been advertising vehicles and machinery for sale on various selling platforms online. The victims, after communicating via email with the fraudster, will receive a bogus email which purports to be from an established escrow provider (a third party who will keep the payment until the buying and selling parties are both happy with the deal). These emails are designed to persuade victims to pay upfront, via bank transfer, before visiting the seller to collect the goods. The emails also claim that the buyer (victim) has a cooling off period to reclaim the payment if they change their mind. This gives victims the false sense of security that their money is being looked after by this trustworthy third party, when in fact it is not and the money has gone straight to the fraudsters. Continue reading
Dinosaurs of China is a one-time only world exclusive exhibition of dinosaurs coming to Europe for the first time.
Wollaton Hall, Nottingham, will host the main exhibition, with a complementary exhibition at Lakeside Arts, running from 1 July – 29 October 2017.
Featuring fossils and specimens never before seen outside of Asia, Dinosaurs of China will bring to life the story of how dinosaurs evolved into the birds that live alongside us today.
Click on this link for full details.
Anna Soubry writes: It’s a great honour and pleasure to have been re-elected to serve you as your MP. Anna Soubry writes: It’s a great honour and pleasure to have been re-elected to serve you as your MP.
As the screen shots below show, I received an extra 1800 votes but my majority was reduced as Labour polled 5,000 more than in 2015. Continue reading
Nick Plamer writes: Greg has asked me to pass on this message:
Just a short message to say thank you to everyone who took the trouble to vote in the election, and of course especially to those who gave me their support. During the short campaign, I was able to meet thousands of constituents and I hope they found it as rewarding as I did. I really enjoyed talking to as many of you as I could and I learned a great deal. I look forward to building on that as we work to prepare for the next election, which in view of the emerging chaos in Downing Street seems likely sooner rather than later. Continue reading
Paula Hipkiss (Police, PCSO 7187, Beeston (Broxtowe South) writes:
I have now returned from leave and have a few updates for you from the last couple of days:-
Burglary Other Than Dwellings:-
Pasture Road, Stapleford – Between 09 and 10/06/2017 – Locks taken off the gate, nothing stolen from within garden or shed on this occasion.
Stapleford Road, Trowell – Between 10 and 11/06/2017 – Lock taken off garage – nothing stolen. Continue reading
Councillor Richard MacRae informs us: Having been made aware of this Diesel spill I contacted Councillor Richard Jackson to inform him and soon after the Highways Department from Nottinghamshire County Council are on the scene clearing up the Diesel spill caused by a Trent Barton Bus.
Tim Hallam, LiberalDemocrat: 2257
Fran Lou, UKIP: 1477
Greg Marshall, Labour: 25120
Pat Morton, Green Party: 681
Anna Soubry, Conservative: 25983
Anna Soubry was elected with a majority of 863.
Very close. Recount announced,
A section of the iconic poppies which surrounded the Tower of London in memory of fallen soldiers, have been installed down the side of the Silk Mill Tower, at Derby’s Silk Mill Museum, to form part of the Weeping Window, a nationwide tour.
The installation, which is made up of several thousand ceramic poppies, was created by Derbyshire’s Paul Cummins and captured the world’s attention back in 2014 when they were gradually unveiled at the Tower of London to mark 100 years since the start of the first World War.
The installation will be free for all and will run from Friday 9 June until Sunday 23 July.
Catch the i4 to Derby city centre, the Silk Mill is a short walk away.
Source: Travel Alert from trentbarton.
Councillor Richard MacRae writes: Having been made aware Travellers were setting up on Bramcote Park, I called the Leader of Broxtowe Borough Council to make him aware then drove up there myself.
I was soon joined by Bramcote Councillor Martin Plackett and the two of us spoke to the Travellers.
They have told us they will be staying until 12-2pm on Saturday. But one of them said they will be staying for a week.
We have been told the Legal Officers from Broxtowe Borough Council are on the way yo serve them a notice to move.
If I get an update I will let you know.
Councillor Richard MacRae informs us that: Pasture Road is to be resurfaced from the junction with the A6007 Ilkeston Road to the junction with Moorbridge Lane from Thursday 3rd August and should be completed by Sunday 6th August. These dates are very weather dependent and may change, but updates will be sent if any changes do occur.
These works will be night works only and take place from 7:30 pm until 7:00 am