Your county council has launched a new campaign appealing for home library service volunteers to support their local library and less able people in their area by choosing and delivering books to those who cannot get to a library.
Fraudsters are sending phishing texts and e-mail messages to members of the public, claiming to be from Apple. The messages typically state that the recipient’s iCloud or iTunes account is out of date and that they need to follow a link to avoid account suspension. Once the link has been followed, victims are prompted for personal information, such as their bank account details.
The school hall at Christopher Rawlins is now available to hire on Thursday and Friday evenings. If you are interested or would like further information please contact the School Office on 01295 810497
Oxfordshire County Council has teamed up with Community First Oxfordshire, to launch the new ‘Be a real life superhero – give your community a lift’ campaign.
It has been brought to the attention of Adderbury Parish Council that dog fouling is again becoming an issue on the Lucy Plackett Playing Field and around the village generally.
This is to advise you there have been several reports of ‘Nottingham Knockers’ operating in the villages in the past couple of weeks.