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Posted: Mon, 18 Jan 2021 12:12 by Parish Office
Daventry District is experiencing a high number of incidents involving "Nottingham Knockers".
Nottingham Knockers are males who knock door to door selling cleaning materials from a duffel bag.
The males claim to have either come out of prison, unemployed or something similar. More »
They generally don't carry a pedlars licence and generally the products are of poor quality and not always worth the amount that they are being sold for.
Please be mindful of the above, and make elderly members of your family and community aware.
If required please dial 101 and log an incident with Northants police control room. » Less
Posted: Tue, 12 Jan 2021 09:23 by Parish Office
Northamptonshire County Council have the Covid-19 Household Winter Support Scheme available to help households, especially those with children, who have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and are struggling to stay warm and put food on the table this winter. There are many reasons why a household may be struggling and this scheme is intended to provide one-off assistance to help families with their essential bills. More »
Posted: Thu, 07 Jan 2021 10:30 by Parish Office
Hot Topic: COVID-19 vaccination phishing SMS text message
There has been an increasing trend of COVID-19 phishing and SMS text message scams, prompting the NCSC to publish materials to raise awareness (see attached leaflet). More »
As it stands, there are five key trends:
Fake URL links claiming to redirect you to GOV.UK website to claim relief payments.
Lockdown fines suggesting you have breached government regulations.
Offers of health supplements that will prevent you from being infected.
Financial support that appears to be from your bank.
Fake text messages claiming to be from the NHS advising individuals that they are eligible to apply for vaccine, but requiring sensitive data such as financial information to make a payment.
To protect yourself and those close to you:
Keep abreast of the news: As awful as it may seem, knowledge of attack methods and techniques will hone the ability to separate fact from fiction.
Never click links within emails or text messages: Links take you to fake websites.
Never call back using an unrecognised SMS phone number: This could lead you to speaking directly with a criminal or criminal organisation.
Use official channels: For example, use GOV.UK to find relevant information about COVID support and support services. Once the official communication channels are known you can verify information and find out what the next steps are.
Guard your data: A legitimate organisation won't make unsolicited requests for sensitive information or payments. For example, the vaccine is only available on the NHS for free to people in priority groups. Use the official NHS app only available from Google Play or Apple Store for more.
Don't give into pressure: If someone tries to coerce you into giving them sensitive information, end the conversation.
Watch your digital footprint. Cyber criminals will use social media accounts and relevant websites to research you and make their scams more effective. Request the removal of unnecessary information and check your privacy settings for every account.
Please report all Fraud and Cybercrime to Action Fraud by calling 0300 123 2040 or online.
Forward suspicious emails to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Report SMS scams by forwarding the original message to 7726 (spells SPAM on the keypad). » Less
Moulton Community Centre and Village Hall
Following the latest Government Restrictions, Moulton Community Centre, Moulton Library, Forget Me Not Cafe and Moulton Village Hall will remain closed to the public until further notice.
The Parish Admin Team will continue to work from home. Please contact us via the email address or telephone number below.
Our Volunteer Support Scheme is still up and running for anyone in our community that needs assistance with things like shopping, dog walking, collection of prescriptions etc. Please get in touch if you need assistance. If you would like to volunteer to offer assistance please use the contact details below:
Telephone: 07484 517086