Exmoor Police Newsletter Oct-2022
Brid Flu has been found in this area. Everything you need to know about AVIAN INFLUENZA
People aged 50 and over are now able to book their autumn booster and flu vaccines, as the NHS Covid-19 and flu programmes continue to protect the country ahead of winter. Appointments are available to people aged 50 and over, pregnant women, clinically vulnerable / immunosuppressed individuals, health and social care workers and paid and unpaid carers.
Somerset Health and Wellbeing Updates Including Covid and Flu vacination centres, winter readiness webinar, disability register info.
Somerset West Lottery Christmas 2022 bolt-on prize
The Somerset West Lottery is now running the Christmas 2022 bolt-on prize draw. Anyone purchasing one or more tickets between Monday, 1 November and Saturday, 17 December, could win a £1,000 voucher to spend at John Lewis, courtesy of external lottery management company Gatherwell.
What is more, all tickets bought during this timeframe will be entered into the bonus prize draw, as well as giving players a chance of winning the jackpot prize of £25,000 for a matching sequence of six numbers. Please click here to read the full press release.
Exmoor National Park Authority (ENPA) – Dark Skies Festival 13 – 30 October 2022
During the festival over 50 events, suitable for all ages, are taking place all over Exmoor National Park. Events are run by Exmoor National Park Authority (ENPA), businesses and local groups and need to be booked individually with the relevant organiser.
Please click here for more information
Local people are being encouraged to use the StreetSafe Tool to anonymously tell ASP and partners about public places where they feel or have felt unsafe.
StreetSafe has been introduced as part of the Government’s response to tackling violence against women and girls but all local people are being encouraged to use the tool to help identify areas where there are fears caused by anti-social behaviour and environment issues including lack of street lighting, abandoned buildings and vandalism. The online tool enables residents to anonymously pinpoint on a map the location where they felt unsafe.
The information provided will be considered alongside the extensive evidence base already gathered by police forces and used to inform the community safety activities of police and partner agencies such as local authorities.
Please click here to read the full press release.