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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Posted on 22nd May 2018, by Editor . No Comments

“The GDPR is a European Union (EU) privacy law that will affect businesses around the world when it becomes enforceable on May 25, 2018. It regulates how any organization that is subject to the Regulation treats or uses the personal data of people located in the EU . Personal data is any piece of data […]

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Potential Gravel Scam

Posted on 10th May 2018, by Editor . 3 comments

Please be aware of this possible threat reported by Sue Whitfield: “This morning a man (who seemed like a normal goods driver, in a uniform top) came to the door to offer me some gravel “not needed for a job and his boss has asked him to get rid of it. I said no thanks, […]

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Burglary Warning

Posted on 26th April 2018, by Editor . Comments Off on Burglary Warning

Our attention has been drawn to this police warning.

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Tresham Parish Councillor

Posted on 4th April 2018, by Editor . Comments Off on Tresham Parish Councillor

Dear All, This summer will be the start of my 7th year as the Parish Councillor representing Tresham.  I gamely took over from my neighbour, Trevor Burden, who had made his contribution to this role, as several others have done going back over the years, most recently Richard, Alma, Claire and Annette.  As far as […]

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Tresham Social

Posted on 4th April 2018, by Editor . 1 Comment

Let’s get some more social activities on the calendar! The photo above was taken at the recent lunch for ‘Tresham seniors’ held in February. It was by all accounts, a great success. After hearing about this from Alma Larrieu, I was motivated to gather a few neighbours together to talk about other potential social activities […]

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Cleaning up the Neighbourhood

Posted on 20th February 2018, by Editor . 3 comments

I expect we all think, as we walk or drive out of the village: “I must pick up some of this rubbish sometime” – and somehow we don’t get round to it. Well, Sue and Charlotte Macey have!  Thanks from all of us and perhaps we can finish the job with a Spring Clean of […]

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Seniors’ Lunch, 7 Feb 2017

Posted on 12th February 2018, by Editor . 1 Comment

17 ‘senior’ villagers enjoyed an excellent lunch at the Old Royal Ship, Luckington, organised by Alma Larrieu under the auspices of Tresham Village Hall. Because we have limited funds, this time we asked for donations in a manner which attracts Gift Aid.  It is a bit of a risk because the donation is voluntary but thanks to […]

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Fibre Broadband

Posted on 26th November 2017, by Editor . Comments Off on Fibre Broadband

Richard Graham has spotted this latest update from Fastershire confirming that work is planned to start in June 2018.  If you click on the update link it will take you to their website where you can enter your postcode and house details to read about progress.  You can also fill out a form to be kept in […]

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Ecclesiastical Offer £130!

Posted on 13th November 2017, by Editor . 1 Comment

To celebrate its 130th anniversary, Ecclesiastical (the insurer for the church) is offering to donate £130 to Tresham Church for every new home insurance policy taken out with them. In case you are considering switching home insurers you might like to be aware of this, so here are the details. The offer is open until December 2018 […]

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Church Ceiling Appeal

Posted on 11th November 2017, by Editor . Comments Off on Church Ceiling Appeal

(so it is easily referred to this is a copy of the E-note circulated on 10 Nov.) Tresham Church Appeal for Funds towards Chancel Ceiling Repairs In January 2017, a significant amount of plaster fell suddenly from the chancel ceiling (the chancel is the smaller part of the church, at the altar end), exposing a hole […]

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