By Nick Jarvis - 7th April 2020 6:06am
I am sure everyone who is in self isolation or lockdown at his moment of crisis due to COVID -19 will want to applaud the tremendous work being undertaken by the ADCA and other volunteers who are providing help delivering food, medicines etc. to those who are not to go out.
But beware that some people are taking advantage of the current situation and that no personal details should be given over the phone no matter how genuine a call appears.
Also if someone comes to your house offering to do some shopping for you and you don't know them please tell them no thank you.
One scam we are aware of was people going to a property saying they are there to deep clean the house because of the coronavirus and some valuables were stolen. In other words no one should be coming to your property unless it is an arranged visit to deliver food or medicine and it's someone that you know.
Nick Jarvis PCSO
popular recent storiesAlso in the news
Mike Harthern sent us this photo of visitors to his garden in Monk's lane. We understand they are to be named the" Monks Lane Trio&qu...
School Problems I am hearing of very anxious parents who are finding the present virus problems interrupting schooling. Don't be anxious, it will turn out alright in the end.The children will come to learn what they will need to know to embark upon their lives.Let me take you on a tour of my school. It was the Delve's Charity school at Wybunbury and was no different from the many...
Sundays at 32 Windmill DriveUpdate :After a very successful plant sale for Audlem Charity Shop yesterday, we will be holding another one on 7/6/20. We are very grateful to all our customers and would very much appreciate any donations of plants.Many thanksThere will be a plant sale in aid of Audlem Charity Shop on Sundays from 2pm at 32 Windmill Drive, for the foreseeable...
Wednesday 3rd Jun
Tuesday 2nd Jun
Methodist Meeting Rooms