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Practice Night - Tuesday 22nd June - Plus Bell Ringer required for School Service

 

This week's practice will be Tuesday 22nd June starting at 8pm.  This notice is to notify the villagers that the bells maybe heard at this times, but unfortunately we are not actively encouraging visitors due the Covid restrictions. Should you wish to ring with us, please contact us before coming to see if we have any spare capacity.

We have been asked to ring for the School's Year 6 leaving service on Monday 12th July, and have a spare rope at present.  Should any experience ringer like to join us and help ring for the service, please get in touch. The service starts at 1.30pm and so we will ring from 1pm.

Trevor Lock

 

 

Haughton Parich Council - Online Gaming Advice and Free Webinars For Parents





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Dear resident,

Online gaming has seen a massive increase in popularity with children over the COVID-19 pandemic, as result of more time spent at home and restrictions on physical social contact.

As grandparents, parents or guardians of children under the age of 18, your parenting community is very welcome to join one of our free Gaming4Good webinars where they can hear from a panel of experts in family gaming who will discuss psychology, gaming risk and finance, how to approach your child's gaming to help them get the most out of it... and avoid the pitfalls. 

There are three one-hour webinars, each tailored for parents of children of different age groups.


Thursday June 24, 10am – 11am: parents and guardians with children aged 12–15yrs
Wednesday June 30, 10am-11am: parents and guardians with children aged 15–18yrs

Our expert panellists include: 
Liz Stanton MBE, Get Safe Online (moderator)
Annette Whalley, HSBC
Cath Knibbs, cyber trauma & psychology specialist
Adrian Sladdin, gaming & gambling expert
Andy Robertson, author and gaming for kids expert
Mat Hasker, Get Safe Online, gaming specialist & Dad

Please find attached a PDF flyer providing all the details. Also attached is our latest leaflet providing helpful tips on the subject.

All the information can also be found on our website:
https://www.getsafeonline.org/gaming4good-webinars/

We hope they are helpful and look forward to seeing you there. 

All the best, 
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Gaming4Good E-Handbook June 2021.pdf - 739.1 KB

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It's Great to Be Back!

After the easing of the full lockdown on 17th May, our first Church Service that we were allowed to ring for was scheduled for 13th June.  All 7 members turned up and we rang some good Rounds, Queens and Titums.  

 
 
 
 
 
It was great to ring as a team for Sunday service again and to see the congregation back in Church, and of course to hear the bells again was fantastic after such a long time.

We are currently holding a variable weekly practice, this week we are going to practice on Tuesday (15th June) at 8pm, so please listen out for us!

Our next Sunday service ringing will be next month, times will be published when available.
 


Enjoy The Euros Safely 10/06/2021 15:43:31 [384705]


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Enjoy The Euros Safely


Tomorrow sees the start of the long overdue Euro.

Many of us will be looking forward to supporting England at the weekend and watching the matches with our friends.

But we need fans to remember a few things so that everyone can enjoy the Euro safely.

With Covid restrictions still in place, people are being asked to respect the measurements put in place by pubs and bars.

Additional officers will be out and about across Staffordshire, particularly during England games, to ensure everyone enjoys the games safely.

Fans are also being reminded to plan ahead if they intend on having a drink by leaving their car keys at home and booking themselves a taxi instead of driving.

You can read more here: https://www.staffordshire.police.uk/news/staffordshire/news/2021/june/football-fans-urged-to-enjoy-the-euros-safely/
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Smishing Awareness 08/06/2021 21:20:32 [384421]



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Staffordshire police are advising everyone to be vigilant of fake text messages, also known as 'Smishing'. There has been a significant rise seen in the last couple of months of texts purporting to be from banks and delivery companies.

These fraudulent text messages typically contain a link, which if clicked will take a person to a
website which looks quite genuine, but it won't be. They usually come showing a mobile phone number and not the name of a company or business, but this is not always the case !

The purpose of these messages is to capture personal and financial details in order to scam an individual for money and/or conduct other
fraudulent activity against a person.


It always pays to 'Take Five' if you are in receipt of a text message like this, ask yourself what is
being asked 'of' or 'from' you. Always check a request using a safe source, contact the organisation
directly and never respond to messages like these.

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Select Bus Services 877/878 through Haughton - Review

 

We are currently reviewing the Select Bus Services 877/878 route which operates in your Parish as its period of contract is due to end at the beginning of September 2021. Please be assured that this is not a cost-cutting exercise but a normal part of the procurement process to ensure that Staffordshire County Council supported bus services offer the best value for money for Staffordshire residents.

 

We would welcome any views about the service before we send out the tender.

 

Please send any comments to my email address below by 18th June 2021.

 


Bernie Chadwick (Mrs) BA (Hons) 

Network Development Officer

Connected & Sustainable County

Connectivity Operations

Floor 3, No. 1 Staffordshire Place, Stafford, ST16 2DH

': (01785) 854070

*: bernie.chadwick@staffordshire.gov.uk 
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Averil Cotteril

I was very saddened to hear of the death of Averil, she was a valued member of the church flower rota with the help of Barbara she decorated the church porch with beautiful flower arrangements and accessories that were admired by many. She was a lovely lady willing to help anyone and will be sadly missed in the village.

Jocelyne Lock