The force’s twelve horses may not have a sense of smell to rival an elephant. But did you know they have incredible ears and can hear sounds more than two miles away? They also have peripheral vision, which means they can have up to a 360 degree view of the world.
Stable Manager Jonathan Green said: “We hope everyone enjoyed our April Fool’s Day video as much as we enjoyed making it.
Although it was fun and we hope we made a few people smile, our main purpose was to promote the vital role of our incredible four-legged officers. Click here to read more
A telephone scam is circulating across the county where residents have received telephone calls from people claiming to be from Westminster Police.
The caller states that they are investigating a crime or have a suspect in custody who has their bank details. The caller then asks them to reveal their card details for checking. A second call is often made a short while later claiming to be from their bank. Again this appears to be part of the scam.
Please remember never to give bank details to anyone you do not know or trust and do not continue conversations with persons you do not know or trust.
If you experience a similar call, please report it direct to the national fraud and cybercrime centre, Action Fraud on 0300-1232040 or via their website at http://www.actionfraud.police.uk
A new doctors’ surgery will be built in Smallway, Congresbury, replacing the Yatton and Congresbury facilities.
North Somerset planners approved amended plans this week having previously turned down the application despite council officers recommending approval.
The new surgery will be on land opposite Cadbury Garden Centre.
The original plans had been refused because of concerns over access, particularly pedestrian access.
Councillors approved the plans, noting that if it went to appeal, they would lose.
Mendip Vale Medical Group looks after 44,000 patients as a result of merging with the Riverbank Medical Centre in Worle and Sunnyside Surgery in Clevedon. Its modern Langford facility was built in 2013, and the purpose-built St Georges site opened in 2012.
Avon & Somerset Police & Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens has her own blog ….
Avon & Somerset Constabulary have reported that during the early hours of 6 June a window at a commercial property in Kent Road, Congresbury was broken and access gained inside. Alcohol and packs of chewing gum were stolen.
During the late evening of 4 June damage was caused to garden ornaments in the garden of a property in The Lyes, Congresbury.
The Avon and Somerset Neighbourhood Watch Association (ASNWA) would like to invite you to attend a Neighbourhood Watch Network (NWN) event on Wednesday 20th June 2018 at Police Headquarters, Portishead. The event will run from 9.30am (Registration) then 10am to 4:30pm.
The NWN are holding regional events to showcase new, practical Crime & Vulnerability Toolkits and NW Development Seminars.
In consultation with their principle funder the Home Office they have secured funding to develop a set of 5 practical Toolkits on various crime and vulnerability issues. For full information click here.
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Cllr Tom Leimdorfer (Congresbury & Puxton Ward) will not be holding regular surgeries at the library on the last Friday of the month. He volunteers in the library twice a month, and is easy to contact by phone 01934 830435 or email; firstname.lastname@example.org
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Our alcohol rehab services are available to people suffering from varying degrees of alcohol addiction. Invariably this includes treatment for so-called chronic alcoholism but also for sufferers exhibiting mild forms of alcoholism. Left unchecked alcoholism leads to serious health complications including brain damage and alcohol-related liver disease. Alcoholism left untreated inflicts lasting wounds on relationships including family life, professional life, and social life.
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Police are warning of an increase in door to door callers, often trying to sell cleaning and kitchen equipment. “We are taking this opportunity to remind you all that you should not have dealings with callers at the door. Likewise don’t respond to letters or Emails from unknown sources or have dealings with cold callers on the phone,” say Avon and Somerset Police.
“If you are looking for someone to provide goods or services then please make local enquiries with companies that you know and trust. Your local Trading Standards office can often help with details of reputable tradesmen.
“Please remember it’s your door step, it’s your decision. All suspicious callers should be reported to the police using either the 101 or 999 numbers.”
Our service covers the cities of Bristol, Bath and Wells as well as the more rural areas of Somerset and South Gloucestershire. Click here for web site
ASSAR can provide a response and/or assistance with the following situations, including emergency response, 24/7, 365 days a year. Click here for web site
As well as responding to emergencies, we provide a range of services aimed at protecting the community and preventing accidents from happening.
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The library is run in partnership with Congresbury Parish Council and the local community. If you are interested in becoming a library volunteer then do ask staff at the library. Click here for web site
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