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Bletchingley Parish Council November to February 2020 Report

Bletchingley COVID- 19 Volunteer Group Calls had significantly slowed down over the Summer and early Autumn but started picking up again before Christmas especially as the COVID-19 positive cases increased in and around Bletchingley. To this effect, just before Christmas we sent out an email to our volunteers to ascertain whether they were still [...]

Covid-19 vaccination centre in Oxted

  The Council Offices in Oxted will be used as a Covid-19 vaccination centre. Vaccinations are strictly by appointment only. No one will be admitted without an appointment. GP surgeries will invite those who are currently eligible for a vaccination, with the aim of vaccinating about 1000 people a week. NHS staff and fully trained experts [...]

Neighbourhood Watch

Neighbourhood Watch

  Though I know it will not so far have been a happy new year for some of you, I do hope it will get better for everyone.  Lockdown 3 was a blow and by the time you read this it is probably not over but I'm aware of how kind many people have been to those nearby needing help and companionship.  That's the core of Neighbourhood Watch and [...]

Be Alert – Coronavirus Vaccination Scams

As of 7 January 2021, Action Fraud had received 57 reports from members of the public who have been sent text messages claiming to be from the NHS, offering them the opportunity to sign up for coronavirus vaccinations. The texts ask the recipient to click on a link which takes them to an online form where they are prompted to input personal and [...]

Cybercrime Newsletter – January 2021

Cybercrime Newsletter – January 2021

Please find attached January's Cybercrime_newsletter from Surrey and Sussex Police on how to set up your smart devices securely.  

How to improve your cyber security by taking six actions:

1 - Use a strong and separate password for your email If a hacker gets into your email, they could: * reset your other account passwords * access information you have saved about yourself or your business * Your email password should be strong and different to all your other passwords. This will make it harder to crack or guess. 2 - [...]

Book a test if you have Covid-19 symptoms at a mobile testing unit in Oxted

Covid-19 mobile testing unit in Oxted from 31 December to 3 January The Covid-19 mobile testing unit is returning to Oxted from Thursday 31 December until Sunday 3 January. Anyone with Covid-19 symptoms can get a test. The testing unit will be in the car park behind the Oxted Health Centre and Oxted Library (use postcode RH8 0BQ). If you [...]

Latest information on the COVID-19 vaccine

What is COVID-19 or coronavirus? COVID-19 is caused by a new coronavirus, known as SARS-CoV-2. It was first identified in late 2019. It is very infectious and can lead to severe respiratory disease. Many people who are infected may not have any symptoms or only have mild symptoms. These commonly start with cough, fever, headache and loss of [...]

URGENT – Have your say on Pondtail Surgery or risk it closing.

This survey aims to find out the views of patients registered with Pond Tail Surgery on how local GP services should be provided to them in the future. This follows the sad passing of Dr Khan-Gilbert earlier this year. Dr Shazia Chaudhary and her team are providing care in the short term. To develop a longer term solution we want to understand [...]

Voting safely at next year’s elections

Residents will go to the polls on 6 May 2021 to have their say on who represents them on issues affecting day to day life in the district. Voting will take place in the County, District, Parish and Police and Crime Commissioner elections. You’ll be able to take part in these elections in a number of ways, either by voting in a polling [...]

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