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Chair of South Ashford Community Forum

Phone #scamaware

Phone scams typically involve fraudsters deceiving people into believing they are speaking to a police officer, a member of bank staff, or a representative of another trusted agency, such as a government department.

Usually the fraudster will convince an individual that they have been a victim of fraud, and will ask for personal and financial information in order to gain access to their account.
Beware giving bank details (more…)

Chemotherapy Treatment at WHH

We have received the following response to a request to clarify the situation regarding chemotherapy treatment at The William Harvey Hospital.

Thank you for your enquiry today regarding activity in the Celia Blakey Unit (CBC) at William Harvey Hospital (WHH). I will detail below what was discussed in our telephone discussion this afternoon. (more…)

Team Up to Shake Up

10msu-logoSign up to the 10 Minute Shake Up! Your kids can each choose one of four Disney teams and enjoy loads of fun games and activities over the school holidays.

Active kids are happy kids! They like to move and have fun. 10 Minute Shake Ups are the perfect way to help them get their recommended daily 60 minutes of physical activity – and they’re totally FREE!

Report waste crime anonymously

Did you know that you can report waste crime anonymously? Waste crime blights communities and causes pollution. People who carry out waste crime, such as running illegal landfills, threaten legitimate waste businesses. If you are aware of, or have suspicions about, illegal activity, please report it today.

Fly-tipping is the illegal dumping of waste. You can report fly-tipping to the local council: Telephone 01233 331111 or online via www.ashford.gov.uk/flytipping.

You can report major incidents of the dumping of waste to the Environment Agency incident hotline, eg lorries dumping waste: Environment Agency incident hotline Telephone: 0800 80 70 60

To report anonymously call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or report it online: crimestoppers-uk.org/give-information.