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|Katrina Fleet (Police, Communications Officer, Wiltshire)|
Statement from Assistant Chief Constable Kier Pritchard:
“The thoughts of everyone at Wiltshire Police remain with those affected following the horrific events in Manchester on Monday evening.
“Yesterday the decision was taken by the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC) to raise the national threat level to “critical”. This means that an attack remains highly likely but also that a further attack may be imminent.
“As part of the response to this raise to critical Military personnel will be deployed to backfill police officers at key locations across the country.
“There is no known specific threat to Wiltshire and the South West region at this time and it is unlikely that our communities will see a military presence on the streets.
“The most important message is for the public to remain alert but not alarmed – police nationally and locally along with our partners, are doing everything we can to help protect the security of our citizens, public institutions, critical national infrastructure, and businesses and places.
“Communities defeat terrorism, which is why we must maintain the strong relationship between the public and police. We depend on information from the public, who can be our eyes and ears, in our efforts to keep us all safe.
“Our security measures and activities are under constant review and we will keep communities updated.
“We advise the public to remain vigilant and to report any suspicious behaviour or activity on 0800 789 321 or in an emergency the public should always call 999. ”
The latest guidance on recognising the terrorist threat and remaining vigilant can be accessed via www.nactso.gov.uk
For further information about reporting suspicious behaviour visit https://act.campaign.gov.uk/. Continue reading Wiltshire Police – Statement Following National Threat Level Raise To Critical
A group of 11 hardy souls gathered at 9am on Saturday 13th May at V Tank Crossing/Weatherhill Firs to Beat the Bounds of Everleigh Parish. Continue reading Beating the Bounds of Everleigh 2017
EVERLEIGH PARISH COUNCIL
Minutes of the Annual meeting of the Parish
held at Collingbourne School on Monday 8th May 2017
Continue reading Minutes of the Annual meeting of the Parish 8th May 2017
EVERLEIGH PARISH COUNCIL
Minutes of the Annual meeting of the Parish Council held
at Collingbourne Ducis School on Monday 8th May 2017
Chairman: Cllr D Bottomley
Present: Cllr E Hudson, Cllr K Wheeler-Mallows, and Cllr M Burton.
In Attendance: Mr P Gill (Parish Clerk)
Continue reading Everleigh Parish Council – Annual Meeting Minutes 8th May 2017
Hello and welcome to this Community Policing Team report.
Over the last month Wiltshire Police has been running a survey, collecting feedback about the Community Policing Team model. We thank you all for your help in generating this important information, which will help us to ensure that we are providing the high quality of service that the people of Wiltshire and Swindon deserve and expect. Continue reading Ludgershall & Rural Report April 2017
The RSPB is encouraging farmers, birdwatchers and walkers to keep a look out for Montagu’s harriers, the UK’s rarest breeding bird of prey, as they begin this year’s breeding season.
In 2016, five pairs of Montagu’s harrier are known to have nested in England (in Norfolk and SW England). It is essential that the small number of breeding attempts made this year are identified and protected from accidental damage, disturbance or persecution to give these magnificent birds the best possible chance. Continue reading RSPB opens hotline to locate the UK’s rarest breeding birds of prey
At the end of each Financial Year the Parish Council is required by law to post its financial accounts on a free to view website. The minimum to be posted is the end of Year Annual Return which is audited by an Internal Auditor and an External Auditor along with all payments over £100.00. However, Everleigh Parish Council has taken the decision to post all the information appertaining to the accounts. Continue reading Everleigh Parish Council – Annual Accounts and Return 2017
We will be conducting a work party at our village playground this Saturday (22 April) starting at 9.30am and finishing at about noon. The plan is:
- Paint shelter inside and out
- Remove weeds and vegetation in shelter
- Paint wooden structures, including climbing frame and basket swing
- Paint bench (near ped gate) and remove weeds and vegetation
- Clean all climbing and play structures i.e. remove algae and lichen as far as possible
All volunteers are very welcome. We will provide wood paint; please bring paint brushes, cleaning materials and garden tools to remove weeds.
PS: Kim Wheeler-Mallows will be carrying out the following tasks seperately:
- Fit new gate-post at far pedestrian gate
- Cut and re-attach fence behind shelter to ease painting
- Reprovide pipe lagging and secure on primary pedestrian gate
- Raise basket swing iaw annual inspection report
EVERLEIGH PARISH COUNCIL
ANNUAL PARISH MEETING
at the Collingbourne Ducis School at 7.00pm on Monday 8th May 2017
A G E N D A Continue reading Everleigh Parish Council – Agenda 8th May 2017
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The DIO runs a Twitter account for news and updates on the Salisbury Plain Training Area using the Twitter hashtag #modontheplain. This account now has over 3750 followers. If you’d like to follow us go to: www.twitter.com/mod_dio Continue reading Salisbury Plain Training Area Newsletter – April 2017