RECYCLING AND WASTE DISPOSAL
For important information on recycling and waste disposal, click here.
MINOR INJURIES SERVICE IN NORTH WALES
For details of the opening hours for the minor injuries service across the region, click here.
The Minor Injuries Service is one of the care options available to people who become ill or suffer an injury: as its name implies it is intended for people who suffer a physical injury such as a cut, insect bite or sprain.
CONWY LIBRARIES OPENING HOURS
A free to use 24-hour ATM is available in Lancaster Square, Conwy.
Also, you can withdraw up to £300 cash per day at Tal y bont Post Office, using most major cards.
For the new bus timetable, [service provider Llew Jones], click here. The service now incorporates the present 64 service through to Cwm Penmachno and the 68 services also tie in to allow a more fluid bus service within the valley.
BRYN COWLYD TREATMENT WORKS, DOLGARROG
Main construction works have been completed, including the flood protection bund, and early stages of testing have commenced. There will continue to be some movement heavy vehicles until the internal road surfaces have been completed. [Last update 04/07/18] Click here for the latest Welsh Water newsletter.
Go to www.dwrcymru.com for more information.
Rowen’s daily newspaper collection service is available at the Memorial Hall, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Participants go along and collect pre-ordered newspapers. Booking essential.
If you would like to join the scheme, please contact Jimmy Logan on 650518 or Mrs. Isoline Gee on 650216.
Clothing can now be recycled in Rowen Car Park.
BOGUS TRADES PEOPLE
It has recently been reported that unsolicited trades people are in the area offering to tarmac drives; hence, residents should be vigilant and if necessary report instances to the police.
CONWY RURAL FORUM AND THE LOCAL ACTION GROUP
Do you want to make a difference in your rural community, want to get your voice heard, try out a new project idea and have the ability to offer solutions to local challenges? Conwy Rural Partnership are looking for volunteers from the business, agriculture, environment and voluntary/community sectors to become members of the Conwy Rural Forum. Local input and contribution is what will make the difference in our rural community and they are urging everyone to get involved. For more information on previous projects, you can visit their website http://www.ruralconwy.org.uk and register your interest by emailing email@example.com or telephoning 01492 576670.
IF YOUR HOME IS HARD TO HEAT, CALL NEST
FOR THE ATTENTION OF ALL VAN OWNERS
North Wales Police want to make all Van owners aware of recent incidents whereby vans have been targeted and items stolen from inside. It is believed the offenders are using an electronic device which can open the vans without causing damage. They would therefore urge owners to empty vans of all contents overnight or when leaving the Van unattended for a long period of time. Vans have been targeted in Abergele all the way through to Holywell.
If you notice anything or anyone suspicious, please contact North Wales Police by dialing 101. Alternatively, you can provide information anonymously by calling Crimestoppers Wales on 0800 555 111.
North Wales Police would like to urge residents always to report suspicious activity to them at the earliest opportunity.
Hampshire gardener dead ‘after touching highly poisonous plant’ Daily Mail Online. For a link to this article, please click here and for further detail on the plant (also known as Monk’s hood), click here.
OIL THEFT WARNING
Want to know more on protecting against heating oil theft and live in Conwy or Denbighshire? Contact DAVID WILLIAMS (designing out crime officer based in St. Asaph) who is responsible for looking after the Oil tanks. He can be contacted on David.Williams8@nthwales.pnn.
North Wales Police are urging fuel tank owners to protect themselves against oil thieves, who have targeted both residential and business premises.
To make your tank more resistant to attack, North Wales police offer the following crime prevention advice:
- If possible, site the tank so that it is visible from the house and as far away as possible from roads, paths and other public routes
- Try to ensure that the tank is not visible from the road
- Install security lighting to protect the area around the tank as most offences take place at night
- Lock the filter cap with a good quality padlock and protect the pipes to the house were possible
- Plant defensive shrubs (thorny) around your fuel tank, e.g. holly
- Check the amount of oil in the tank regularly
- Be vigilant of any unusual vans or lorries parked close to homes or gardens
- Always report any evidence of theft, attempted theft or evidence of tampering to the police.