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Eastry Parish Council Small Grant Applications

2017 Parish Council grants – Small Grant applications are invited from village organisations and groups. Applications can only be accepted from groups with a fully-constituted committee and a bank account in the group’s name. Applicants should be aware that only applications which serve a large proportion of the community will be considered. An electronic copy of the form for 2017 is available in two versions for download:

For the Microsoft Office Word version, click [here]

For the Adobe Acrobat pdf version, click [here]

or contact the Clerk to the Parish Council, Mrs Sarah Wells, on: 01304 614320.

You can download Adobe Acrobat Reader for free here, or download a Microsoft Word viewer here.

Completed applications should reach the Clerk no later than Friday 15th September, 2017.

Grant allocation will be decided and payments made by the end of October 2017.

Theft from a motor vehicle in Eastry/Sandwich area

A theft from a motor vehicle  has occurred in the Church Street  area of Eastry, Sandwich between the times of 2000 hours on the 3rd July and 0830 hours the 4th July.

Entry was gained and a tool box, a printer, cash and computer parts were stolen.

If you have any information which may be useful to the investigation of this incident please call 101 and quote crime report number – ZY/29647/17

Thank you for your cooperation

Public Consultation – Changes to Bus Services

Many thanks for your comments and feedback regarding our proposals to change bus services in the Dover, Deal and Sandwich areas.

The consultation has now been extended until Monday 3 July 2017.

Since we launched this consultation on 13 June, we’ve been busy preparing more detailed provisional timetables. These timetables are now available by following the links in the revised consultation document available on the link below:

http://stge.co/4Suo30cQuSx

Alternatively you can request the consultation document by calling 03456 00 22 99.

If you would like to make any further comments on the proposals, please emailsoutheast.enquiries@stagecoachbus.com by Monday 3 July 2017. We cannot consider any feedback submitted after this date. We regret that we won’t be able to respond to you individually but please be assured that your feedback is important to us and will be forwarded to our commercial team who are collating all the comments for review.

Best regards

Stagecoach South East
The Bus Station | St George’s Lane | Canterbury | Kent | CT1 2SY
www.stagecoachbus.com
Follow us on Twitter: @StagecoachSE

To view the Stagecoach Code of Practice for customer suggestions and complaints go to:
www.stagecoachbus.com/code-of-practice
To view the Stagecoach Conditions of Carriage go to:
www.stagecoachbus.com/conditions-of-carriage

Changes to Local Bus Routes – Public Consultation

Proposed changes to the bus network in the Dover, Deal and Sandwich areas
Stagecoach are currently reviewing the local bus network with a view to making changes to bus routes and timetables in September 2017.
It’s proposed that most bus routes across the Dover/Deal area will change following a detailed analysis of the current bus network.

http://www.eastrypc.co.uk/documents/consultation%20document%20-%20proposed%20Dover%20area%20changes.pdf

“BT” and “Microsoft” Phone Scams

For your information the BT and Microsoft phone call attempt scams are still being made and I have had reports from a number of NHW Coordinators.

They both come in the form of calls from supposed BT or Microsoft call centres usually stating that they will cut your internet connection unless you provide certain personal details.

Neither BT nor Microsoft would ever contact you in this way so please do not divulge any details or engage with the caller, simply terminate the call.

Even if you list the number used on call barring they often manage to get around this by changing their number on a regular basis.

Please be aware and stay vigilant.

Online Purchasing Advice

If you do not know the online shop, do some research. Check review sites, social media pages and look for customer reviews online. These are often the best source of information.

Check the online shop is legitimate. Somewhere on the website there should be an address, a contact telephone number, an email address and a VAT registration number.

Make sure the payment pages are secure. The web page address should start with https:// the ‘s’ stands for secure.
Read terms and conditions, especially the delivery times and returns policies

Remember, you cannot return personalised or custom made goods

Buying outside the UK? Find out if you’ll have to pay for tax import duty before you buy

Visit getsafeonline.org for more tips on how to shop safely online.