MAY 100 Club Winners

1st Prize R.  Henderson
2nd PrizeR.  Henderson
3rd PrizeM.  Riley
Mike Coleman

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Tittleshall Village Hall

April 100 Club Winners
1st Prize       A.  Claude
2nd Prize      S.  Lane
3rd Prize       P.  Osborne
Mike Coleman

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TITTLESHALL VILLAGE HALL

March 100 Club Winners

1st Prize    M. Riley
2nd Prize  S. Lane
3rd Prize   B. Clarke
Mike Coleman

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Recycling in Tittleshall

Some of you may be new to the village and not know that there are bottle banks and a clothes bin on Church Lane at the junction with High Street (next to the church).
The good news is that the village earns money for them!

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St Mary’s Church

Currently the church is still not available for group worship but is open for private prayer on a Sunday and Wednesday 10am until 4pm.
Please see Church pages for up-to-date information.

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RECYCLING NEWS

It is great to announce that during the last year 1st April 2019 to 31st March 2020 the revenue generated by our recycling is as follows:

Glass        = £219.81
Textiles     = £120.71
Total = £340.52

Out of interest, glass amounted to 4.66 tonnes!
Tittleshall Parish Council – 6th June 2020

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Police Message

There are lots of reports across social media of Test & Trace scams.

Please remember, genuine texts, calls or emails from the NHS service won’t ask you for any personal details upfront.
You’ll be given a unique ID number to log in to the NHS Test and Trace website. The ONLY official web address for the NHS Test and Trace service is: https://contact-tracing.phe.gov.uk/

Once you’ve logged in using your ID, you’ll be asked to enter some basic information about yourself including:
– Your name, date of birth and current address
– the names of the people you live with
– places you’ve recently visited
– names and contact details of people you were in touch with around 48 hours before you developed symptoms.
You won’t be asked to share this information upfront over a call or
text, so if someone is asking you for it directly, they are a scammer.

Contact tracers will never:
❌ ask you to dial a premium rate number to speak to us (for example, those starting 09 or 087)
❌ ask you to make any form of payment or purchase a product of any kind
❌ ask for any details about your bank account
❌ ask for your social media identities or login details, or those of your contacts
❌ ask you for any passwords or PINs, or ask you to set up any passwords or PINs over the phone
❌ disclose any of your personal or medical information to your contacts
❌ provide medical advice on the treatment of any potential coronavirus symptoms
❌ ask you to download any software to your PC or ask you to hand over control of your PC, smartphone or tablet to anyone else
❌ ask you to access any website that does not belong to the government or NHS

Stay scam aware, and report any suspicious approaches to Norfolk Trading Standards via 0808 223 1133.

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TITTLESHALL VILLAGE SUPPORT

We are a group of volunteers who have come together to support anyone in our village who needs assistance in these times of uncertainty.
If you require any kind of help because you are self isolating, unwell or are simply in need of a chat please get in touch (details below). For example we have local volunteers who are willing to shop for you, pick up prescriptions – just ask and we will assist.
Please do not hesitate to contact:

Kay Gingell: Landline: 01328 700268 Mobile: 07765 252765
or email [email protected]
OR
Tracey Morgan: Landline: 01328 700003 Mobile: 07725 303238
or email [email protected]

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  TITTLESHALL VILLAGE HALL

APRIL WINNERS

1ST   Prize   A. Warner
2nd   Prize   A.  Gathercole
3rd   Prize    S. Greenall

Mike Colman

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Useful Covid-19 Links

Norfolk County Council Coronavirus page

Breckland Council Coronavirus page

Chief Constable’s Video Message (25 Mar)

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