Monthly Archives: June 2014

Fraudsters launch mass phishing attack against online dating members

Fraudsters are running dedicated phishing campaigns targeting members of online dating sites, say net monitoring firm Netcraft [23 June 2014] Account holders of Match.com, eHarmony, Zoosk, Plenty of Fish and Christian Mingle and many others have received an increase in … Continue reading

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Baby Robin rescued!

Originally posted on John Healy's Space:
Young Robin rescued after flying into our conservatory today. I had hoped it was something special such as a Tree Pippit, but, no, it seems it was a common or garden robin yet…

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Rogue Traders & Scams

Originally posted on Runnymede Residents Community Web Site:
From SCC’s Trading Standards Team (thank you) Rogue Traders & Scams A Woking resident recently just received an unsolicited phone call from her ‘bank’ on her mobile – they didn’t know her…

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Michael Gove visit to the Surrey Heath Archaeology & Heritage Trust Centre

This gallery contains 25 photos.

Originally posted on Surrey Heath Residents Network:
Thank you to Mike Hillman from the Windlesham and Camberley Camera Club for this guest blog.

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The deadline for the Comic Relief Local Communities Programme approaches…

The deadline for the Comic Relief Local Communities Programme is coming up very shortly and we are keen to get the word out. We would be really grateful if you can think of an upcoming opportunity to share the below … Continue reading

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Rogue Traders & Scams

From SCC’s Trading Standards Team (thank you) Rogue Traders & Scams A Woking resident recently just received an unsolicited phone call from her ‘bank’ on her mobile – they didn’t know her & wanted details! We are getting a few … Continue reading

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Neighbourhood Watch Works and here’s a reason why

Posted on behalf of Runnymede Neighbourhood Watch Neighbourhood Watch and Home Watch have traditionally been about helping people to be safe and to feel safe where they live. However, this does not just relate to physical spaces. Your ‘online neighbours’ … Continue reading

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Can you help us find missing Georgina?

Originally posted on Surrey Heath Residents Network:
Update: 16 year old Georgina Stewart has been found safe and well. Surrey Police thank members of the public for their assistance in the search for Georgina. ——————— Surrey Police is growing increasingly concerned…

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Magna Carta is 799 – this is what happened for the anniversary

Over the 799th anniversary the annual Magna Carta day was celebrated in Egham along the High Street drawing a great crowd and plenty of stands.             Local police officers were on hand to support the … Continue reading

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Were you flooded out? This may help….

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