Small Business Saturday UK is a grassroots, non-political, non-commercial campaign, which highlights small business success and encourages consumers to ‘shop local’ and support small businesses in their communities. The day itself takes place on the first shopping Saturday in December each year, but the campaign aims to have a lasting impact on small businesses. Continue reading 3rd December is Small Business Saturday !
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This week, Wiltshire Police is running a social media campaign to inform the public about how they can help keep themselves and their local community safe in the rare event of a terrorist incident.
The current threat to the UK from international terrorism remains ‘severe’ meaning an attack is highly likely. Therefore, it is important to be vigilant at all times and ensure the public understand the important role they have in helping us defeat terrorism.
Assistant Chief Constable Kier Pritchard said: “We do not want the public to be alarmed but we do want them to be alert.
“Like all other police services up and down the country, Wiltshire Police is working hard to keep people safe but we do need the support of our local communities and businesses.
“Police services depend on information they receive from the public who act as our eyes and ears in our bid to keep people safe. If something concerns you, report it.”
During the week, we will be sharing content from National Counter Terrorism Policing (NCTP) including a short film which gives advice on what to do in the event of an incident. To view the video visit www.npcc.police.uk/staysafe
Other useful information includes guidance on how to anonymously report suspicious online terrorist and extremist content, which can be done by visiting: https://www.gov.uk/report-terrorism
We’ll also be promoting the NSPCC 24/7 free helpline, which was set up in July to provide support to adults who have concerns about children and young people being radicalised, or who need advice on how to talk to their children about issues related to terrorism. The helpline is: 0808 800 5000.
ACC Pritchard added: “Our key message throughout this campaign is be vigilant. Terrorists have to plan and prepare attacks which can involve buying and storing materials, communicating and surveillance – whether you work in a shopping centre, local pubs, clubs, farms, you all have a part to play.
“Police forces up and down the country will continue to operate at a heightened state of readiness while the threat level remains at severe, however it is important to stress that Wiltshire remains one of the safest counties in the country to live, work and socialise in and we will continue to work hard to prevent crime and protect the public.”
Please ensure you always:
• Remain alert to the danger of terrorism
• Report anything suspicious to the police on 999 or the anti-terrorist hotline: 0800 789 321
• If your information doesn’t relate to an imminent threat, you can also contact your local police on 101. Continue reading Please Be Alert But Not Alarmed To The Threat Of Terrorism 29/11/2016
The Members of the Parish Council are eager to operate with a full membership
No special skills are required just a willingness to represent the interests of the whole community and to make time to attend regular monthly meetings.
To find out more contact the Parish Clerk on 01264 398 534 before 2 January 2017 .
What Does the Parish Council do?
- Play a vital part in representing the interests of the community as a whole
- Influence other decision makers
- Administer local amenities such as the recreation ground, play areas
Official Notices of Parish Councillor vacancies.
notice-of-vacancy-2016 (click to download the PDF)
First World War Commemoration Stone
Saturday 12th November 2016
‘There is no greater love than this: that a man lay down his life for his friends.’
ORDER OF SERVICE (click to download the full Order of Service in PDF order-of-service)
Let us give thanks for the men and women of Everleigh who served their country during World War 1 and remember the stress and hardship they endured:
F. J. Alexander
G. A. Alexander
A. J. Ayers
C. B. Fay
Attached is the Annual Governance Statement for Everleigh Parish Council 2015/16
audit-annual-return-9-sep-16-20160909 (Click to view/download the PDF file)
EVERLEIGH PARISH COUNCIL
Minutes of the Everleigh Parish Council Meeting held at the Collingbourne Ducis School
on Tuesday 1 November 2016.
Chairman: Cllr D Bottomley Continue reading Everleigh Parish Council 1st November 2016 Meeting Minutes
Taken from a post on Facebook
“Good evening from PHS Fishmongers.
I have exciting news for you.
Due to many requests I am going to start delivering to the villages surrounding Pewsey.
You will need to order before 3p.m on day of delivery and anything special the day before.
Delivery will be offered Tuesday till Friday and take place after 5 p.m as there’s only little old me.
Free delivery on all orders over 15.00 or there is a 3.00 charge . Please ring 01672 564001 for information or to order.”
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 3450 followers. If you’d like to follow us go to: www.twitter.com/mod_dio
November 2016 Newsletter
EVERLEIGH PARISH COUNCIL
I hereby give you notice that the next Meeting of the above named Parish Council will be held in Collingbourne Ducis School on Tuesday 1 November 2016 at 7.00pm.
All members of the Council are hereby summoned to attend for the purpose of considering and resolving upon the business to be transacted at the meeting as set out hereunder.
The public and press are invited to attend. Continue reading Everleigh Parish Council – Agenda for 1st November 2016