|The Following is this weeks venues for COVID flow testing:
Monday 15/02/2021 is at AFC FYLDE located at Mill farm testing is from 09:30 till 15:30;
Wednesday 17/02/2021 is at St Cuthbert’s church hall in lytham, testing from 09:30 till 16:00;
Thursday 18/02/2021 is at St Georges church hall, St Annes, testing from 09:30 till 16:00;
Friday 19/02/2021 is at Kirkham community centre, testing from 09:30 till 16:00.
Results usually within the hour.
You will be required to fill in some personal details so test results can be provided.
Please pass this message on to anybody that may want a free COVID test.
|Message Sent By
Richard Fisher (Police, PCSO, WEST – Fylde)
We have been made aware of a number of scam calls taking place across Lancashire where an unknown number – usually with a London area code (020…) or a mobile number has been leaving voicemails and automated messages stating that the call taker’s National Insurance number has been compromised, and to ‘Press 1’ to be put through to the fraud team.
We have also been made aware that should the call not be answered, a voicemail is being left saying that an officer has been dispatched to their address to arrest them. This is not true and causes unnecessary alarm and distress.
This is a scam – and under no circumstances should personal information be given as you could be conned out of money, or personal information. The alleged fraud team would be likely to try and obtain bank details and secure a payment.
We ask that you share this post to keep friends and family informed, and should you have any concerns to please report to Action Fraud at www.actionfraud.police.uk
If you have elderly & vulnerable neighbours and family, please do let them know about this scam to help to protect them. You can do this by clicking the share button at the bottom, and either via WhatsApp or email. Alternatively, this message can be printed.
|This week is Sexual Violence Awareness week and I would like to take this opportunity to raise awareness of the fact that specialist local support services covering all crime types remain open across the county despite the ongoing pandemic. Commissioning these services to support victims and vulnerable people is a key part of my role and the support they offer can be invaluable in helping anyone affected by crime to move forward from what has happened. Please find information and contact details for local services below.
Young Victims of Crime
All crime types
Blackpool domestic abuse survey
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Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC, Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire, Lancashire)