|The fraud awareness campaign “Spot It, Stop It” has been launched in Avon and Somerset targeting doorstep, phone and online scams.The campaign, a Home Office initiative supported by Avon and Somerset Police and Neighbourhood Watch, has been developed following input from local people across the force area.
The crime prevention advice for the campaign focuses on three key rules – making decisions in your own time, checking people are who they say they are, and not sharing personal information.
Visit www.avonandsomerset.police.uk/stop-fraud for straightforward advice on how you, your family and neighbours can protect themselves from fraud.
Please help us spread the word. If you would like any crime prevention leaflets, door stickers or posters email email@example.com
Spotting and stopping fraudsters:
SPOT IT –
Make decisions in your own time
Check people are who they say they are
STOP IT –
Don’t share your personal information
Report fraud to 0300 123 2040 / www.actionfraud.police.uk
Many people will be interested to learn of the recent death of Mr Maurice
Draper of Wentwood Nurseries, Ram Hill at the age of 89.
Mr Draper had been producing salad crops at the Nursery for more than 40
years, at first commuting from Bristol then living at Wentwood. He was
particularly known for his tomatoes which he supplied to many outlets in
Bristol and South Gloucestershire. But local people will remember calling at
Wentwood Nurseries to purchase tomatoes straight from the greenhouse.
In later years as tomatoes became less profitable he grew bedding plants which
he supplied to local garden centres as well as to individual callers.
Mr Draper had been in poor health for some time but had enjoyed chatting to
passers by and visitors.
The funeral will be at 2.30 on October 29th at Canford Crematorium.