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Holt Community Council Minutes Print
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 16:17

The September minutes can now be read in the Community Council pages of this website.

 
Anti Fracking meeting report Print
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 16:00

A public meeting was held in the Cunliffe Arms, Borras on Thursday 23rd October to talk about the exploratory drilling planned for Borras Road. (The post code of the site is LL13 9TG)

Local campaigners have published their report of the meeting.

It can be read at: http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2014/10/518531.html

 
Public consultation on the level of fire and rescue services in North Wales Print
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 15:17

North Wales Fire and Rescue Authority is encouraging people to get involved in helping to plan the fire and rescue services that are provided in North Wales.

The Authority is committed to making North Wales a safer place to live, work and visit but the financial pressures on public services mean that difficult decisions are having to be made about how to continue to meet demand for services with dwindling budgets.

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Review Your Home Security Print
Thursday, 23 October 2014 08:21

Wrexham Rural Policing Team are asking residents to review their home security. Please see below Check list to assist ;

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Holt Under 5's News Print
Thursday, 23 October 2014 08:13

Holt Under Fives had their AGM on the 21st October and Gaynor Roberts has been re-elected as Chair with a strong committee alongside her. They are hoping to raise more funds this year and next to support their new wraparound facility, offering childcare throughout the day to local families and those in Holt CP School.

They have had a hugely busy year and have been immensely grateful as always to our wonderful community for all their help, support and generosity. Local businesses have been amazing in their support and so many people have helped with the relocation of the
Playgroup from the Community Centre, to the old Youth Centre as part of Holt CP School. Mrs Goodwin and Mrs Furber have made the transition easy and for that the Under 5's are incredibly grateful.

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Get Safe Online Print
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 16:44

Get Safe Online week -  Is mobile banking safe ?

It is up to you.

Using your smartphone or tablet to manage your money, check your accounts, make transfers and pay bills – anywhere and anytime you choose is fast, easy and convenient in your busy life.

But is it safe ?

The major banks have made sure that your mobile banking experience is as safe and secure as possible. After all, they do not want you to lose your money any more than you do.

But it is you’re responsible to ensure that you are using mobile banking responsibly to protect yourself and your finances.

Get Safe Online - all it takes is to follow some straightforward, free advice from Get Safe Online and a little common sense, and you can carry on using mobile banking safe in the knowledge that you and your money are protected.

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Halloween/ Bonfire period Print
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 08:09

With celebrations for Halloween and Bonfire Night fast approaching, Community Safety Partners are once again joining forces to keep neighbourhoods safe. Police and Fire Service working with other key partners are able to promote key safety messages. It has been identified that this approach, along with targeted diversionary activities which engage young people in fun and entertaining events, can be very effective in ensuring that everyone can enjoy themselves safely.

Over the next few weeks, posters – including posters asking Trick or Treaters to move on – will be distributed to vulnerable residents by Local Policing Teams across the force area.

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'Try Something New' Choir Print
Tuesday, 21 October 2014 08:20

The Alzheimer's Society are starting a choir for people with Dementia and their carers, family and friends on Friday afternoons at Parkfields ‘Club House’, Ash Gove,  Bryn Gwalia, Mold.

To book your place or for more information, please contact Keeley Bird on 01352 700724.

Source: Alzheimer's Society

 
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