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Do you have issues with parking? Noisy neighbours? Concerned with an animal’s welfare? Not sure who to contact… Then AskNED – the non-emergency directory.

Dorset Police has launched a new online knowledgebase designed to help the public find answers to common enquiries and guide them to the right agencies.

AskNED offers help and advice around a whole host of topics such as civil matters including landlord and tenant disputes, as well as criminal matters including burglary and assault. AskNED provides advice and information about what you should do and who can help.

The online service is quick and easy to use. It is an alphabetical list of topics the police commonly receive enquiries about, along with details of the agencies who can help you.

Head of Contact Management for Dorset Police, Superintendent Steve Lyne said: “Ask NED is a useful resource for the public, providing information on topics we are most commonly asked about.

“It is an alphabetical list of topics that hold information and signposting details for that subject.
“Ultimately, I hope that AskNED will assist the public with questions they may have and divert people away from the 101 non-emergency number which will in turn provide further improvements to our service.”

To access the AskNED knowledgebase visit www.dorset.police.uk/askNED. Remember, it is quicker and easier to report online, however the 101 non-emergency service is available should you wish to speak to someone. If a crime is in progress or life in danger always dial 999.

Ask NED is a Non-Emergency Directory. It is a service that combines the questions that members of the public have asked with contact details of those that can help.

Ask NED includes the Ask the Police database and common questions asked of our partner organisations.

CLICK on the image, above, to visit the 'ask NED' website

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Increasingly fraud is becoming more complex and deceptive, much of which is targeted at vulnerable and elderly people. Technology is enabling fraudsters to carry out attacks quicker and employ more complex behaviours to remain undetected.

The three key messages for this campaign are:
1. One of the best ways to fight against the fraudsters is to take steps to prevent yourself from being caught out – prevention through awareness is a vital tool to combat fraudsters

2. Stay on top of the recent scams in Dorset by going to the Fraud Alerts page on the Dorset Police website

3. Advice to friends and relatives who visit the homes of the elderly and vulnerable to help them spot the warning signs that someone may be a victim of fraudKey social media messages - #FraudAlert

Fraud often affects the most vulnerable in the community, but anyone can be a target. Be #FraudAlert

Fraudsters do not just target individuals, they target businesses too. Be #FraudAlert and keep up to date with new scams affecting Dorset

Remember: You will never be asked for your personal banking details, such as passwords and PIN numbers. Be #FraudAlert

Never feel embarrassed about being a victim of fraud, it can happen to anyone but its important you report it! Be #FraudAlert

Dear Martinstown folk...

pc long current 1I would just like to introduce PC 1316 Jim Long who is now the new Rural Neighbourhood Police Officer.

He will be looking after Rural West and Rural East of Dorchester so does have a large area to cover but does hope to get out and about to meet you all at some time or another.

Continue reading PCSO Sarah's article

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Information from Dorset Council on the Corona Virus

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transport timtable
*As at 26th March 2020.

Announcement on the
First Group bus services
from Sunday 29 March.
There will be no X51
service at all
until further notice.

Waste Watch Scheme
- operating in the village.

Although papers can be separated and recycled with the bi-weekly refuse collection this scheme means that the local parish can financially benefit from separate treatment of newspapers.

There are two collection points each located at the Parish Office and the car park of the Village Hall by means of a green bin or box.

Your used newspapers and magazines can be bundled into manageable piles and securely tied with sturdy string. Newspapers and magazines should be bundled separately but can be placed in the same boxes and are regularly collected.

Please use this method of recycling where possible as credit is received via the current scheme to the parish for use towards local matters.

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SHUTTLE BUS SERVICE
Mondays and Fridays

10.00am
Start - Aline Office
1st Stop - Mallards Green
2nd Stop - Manor Grove
3rd Stop - Village Shop
Finish - Aline Office
Leaves the Village Shop at 10.15am

13.00pm
Start - Aline Office
1st Stop - Mallards Green
2nd Stop - Manor Grove
3rd Stop - Village Shop
Finish - Aline Office
Leaves the Village Shop at 13.15am

Visit the Aline Taxis website HERE

Friday, 14 08 2020

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Winterbourne Valley
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Recycling, Rubbish & Food collection

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Recycling, Rubbish
& Food collection


Collections take place
on THURSDAYS*
*unless otherwise indicated


MARCH 2020
5 - rubbish and food
12- recycling and food
19 - rubbish and food
26 - recycling and food


APRIL 2020
2 - rubbish and food (Fri)
9- recycling and food
16 - rubbish and food
23 - recycling and food
30 - rubbish and food


MAY 2020
7 - recycling and food
14 - rubbish and food (Fri)
21- recycling and food
28 - rubbish and food

JUNE 2020
4 - recycling and food
11 - rubbish and food (Fri)
18- recycling and food
25 - rubbish and food

JULY 2020
2 - recycling and food
9 - rubbish and food (Fri)
16- recycling and food
23 - rubbish and food
30 - recycling and food


AUGUST 2020
6 - rubbish and food (Fri)
13- recycling and food
20 - rubbish and food
27 - recycling and food


SEPTEMBER 2020
3 - rubbish and food 
10- recycling and food
17 - rubbish and food
24 - recycling and food


OCTOBER 2020
1 - rubbish and food
8- recycling and food
15 - rubbish and food
22 - recycling and food
29 - rubbish and food


NOVEMBER 2020
5 - recycling and food
12 - rubbish and food
19- recycling and food
26 - rubbish and food

DECEMBER 2020
3 - recycling and food
10 - rubbish and food
17- recycling and food
24 - rubbish and food

JANUARY 2021
2 - recycling and food (Sat)
8 - rubbish and food (Fri)
14- recycling and food
21 - rubbish and food
28 - recycling and food


Garden Waste 
Collection


APRIL 2020
29

MAY 2020
13 and 27

JUNE 2020
10 and 24

JULY 2020
8 and 22

AUGUST 2020
5 and 19

SEPTEMBER 2020
2, 16 and 30

OCTOBER 2020
14 and 28

NOVEMBER 2020
11 and 25

DECEMBER 2020
9 and 23

JANUARY 2021
20

FEBRUARY 2021
3 and 17

MARCH 2020
3, 17 and 31

What to do on your collection day

  • Please leave your container out by 6am

  • Please leave your containers at the kerbside

  • Please do not overfill your containers so that they are too heavy for our collection crews to move and lift safely

    You can download and print a new calendar at

    dorsetforyou.gov.uk

To report a missed collection or other problem, or to contact us, go to dorsetforyou.gov.uk/gardenwaste or call (01305) 221040

 

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