Coronavirus-related fraud reports increase by 400% in March Recently the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) reported a new trend in fraud related to Coronavirus, or COVID-19. Updated figures show there have been 105 reports to Action Fraud since 1 February 2020, with total losses reaching [read more …]
Following on from the Covid 19 advice from the Government the Parish Council have suspended all future meetings until such time as this advice changes. This decision is subject to any specific new legislation applying to Parish Councils that may be enacted, or suspension/amendment of [read more …]
A message from Nottinghamshire County Council Leader, Councillor Kay Cutts MBE These are extraordinary circumstances we are facing that will impact on all aspects of our lives as we respond to the spread of the COVID-19 virus. This emergency will test us all. We know [read more …]
Please note that, due to the Coronavirus pandemic, all services scheduled for St Bartholomew’s Church, Sutton, have been suspended until further notice.
As the country ramps up its response to the Coronavirus epidemic spreading throughout the world, here are some useful things to keep you informed, and hopefully safe. #ViralKindness Started a few days ago by a woman in Cornwall, these cards are now circulating widely, not [read more …]
Cybercriminals exploit the spread of coronavirus Well, it was bound to happen. Since February 2020, the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) has identified 21 reports of fraud where coronavirus was mentioned, with victim losses totalling over £800k. It’s expected that reporting numbers will rise as [read more …]