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  • Kent County Council: County Council
    County Council 14/07/2016 10.00 am Council Chamber, Sessions House, County Hall, Maidstone
  • Kent County Council: Adult Social Care and Health Cabinet Committee
    Adult Social Care and Health Cabinet Committee 12/07/2016 10.00 am Darent Room, Sessions House, County Hall, Maidstone
  • Kent County Council: Property Sub-Committee
    Property Sub-Committee 08/07/2016 3.00 pm Darent Room, Sessions House, County Hall, Maidstone
  • Kent County Council: Environment & Transport Cabinet Committee
    Environment & Transport Cabinet Committee 08/07/2016 10.00 am Darent Room, Sessions House, County Hall, Maidstone
  • Kent County Council: Children's Social Care and Health Cabinet Committee
    Children's Social Care and Health Cabinet Committee 05/07/2016 10.00 am Darent Room, Sessions House, County Hall, Maidstone
  • Kent County Council: Education and Young People's Services Cabinet Committee
    Education and Young People's Services Cabinet Committee 01/07/2016 10.00 am Darent Room, Sessions House, County Hall, Maidstone
  • Leicestershire Police News Feed: Police launch bike theft campaign

    ‘It takes seconds to steal your bike. Don’t give thieves an easy ride’, is the message Leicestershire Police is giving to cyclists as part of a county wide campaign to tackle bike theft.

    The first part of the campaign focuses on Leicester City Centre and it will then be rolled out across the county in the coming months.

    In a bid to reduce the number of thefts in the city officers are holding an awareness event on Saturday 2 July from 10am until 3pm at Leicester’s Clock Tower.

    Each year the city centre experiences a seasonal increase in the number of bike thefts. During June 2016 the city received 61 reports of bike theft, compared to 52 in May and 31 in April.

    Cyclists will be able to pick up new crime prevention material and purchase D-locks for £10. Officers will be promoting Immobilise, the national online property register and encouraging cyclists to make use of the city bike park.

    Sergeant Audrey Danvers, from Central Leicester Neighbourhood Policing Area, who is organising the event, said: “We tend to see an increase in the number of bike thefts during the summer months. This is partly due to the better weather, as more people cycle into the city. It is so important that cyclists take this opportunity to come and get advice from us, and learn how to prevent themselves from becoming a victim of bike theft.

    “Bike theft in the city is a recurring problem for us. On average we receive two reports a day of bikes being stolen. By educating cyclists on how easy it is for bikes to be stolen and the importance of securely locking up their bikes with decent locks, we hope that we can decrease the number of thefts.”

    Officers will also be encouraging cyclists to fill out a new bike passport, which is a record of your bike details that you keep safe and hand to the police in the unfortunate event that your bike is stolen.

    Those who are unable to attend the event can purchase a D-lock from Mansfield House Police Station on Belgrave Gate for £10.

    The second phase of the campaign will see florescent coloured bikes with new signage attached to them, locked in hotspot areas across the city centre. The bikes and signs are designed to stand out from the crowd to raise awareness that cycle thieves are in the area and that they are being watched.

    Sergeant Danvers added: “We have used this tactic before in the city and have had positive results in reducing bike thefts. As part of us relaunching our bike theft crime prevention material our signs and bikes have had a revamp. They should really stand out and draw the attention of the cyclist, reminding them to secure their bike. They will also act as a warning to potential bike thieves making them stop and take notice that we do not tolerate bike theft.

    “Our message is clear and simple; ‘It takes seconds to steal your bike. Don’t give thieves an easy ride.’”

    Leicestershire Police are reminding cyclists to follow the below bike security advice:

    • register your bike on a national property database such as immobilise.com
    • mark frame with your postcode in two separate locations, one of which should be hidden
    • download and fill in a bike passport (PDF)
    • lock up your bike with a good quality lock such as a sold secure approved D-lock
    • at home keep your bike in a locked shed or garage
    • when out secure your bike to a fixed object or bike rack in a well-lit and busy area
    • lock your bike through the frame and both wheels, or at least the back wheel
    • remove detachable accessories such as lights, pumps, panniers and quick release saddles
    • if your bike is stolen, call the police on 101, keep the crime reference number and inform your insurance company

    For more bike security advice and information on local bike parks visit www.leics.police.uk/bikes or you can follow us on twitter #lockitorloseit .

  • BBC Northern Ireland NewsFeed: Battle of the Somme: Northern Ireland ceremonies mark 100th anniversary
    The 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme is being commemorated across Northern Ireland and in Thiepval, France, where thousands of Ulstermen were killed.
  • BBC Northern Ireland NewsFeed: Ireland and the Somme... the opening hours of battle
    Irish fortunes varied on the first day, as we chart their progress over the opening hours
  • BBC Northern Ireland NewsFeed: The Somme: Irish Guard plays Flowers of the Forest at Westminster service
    Lance Corporal Richie Spence plays Flowers of the Forest at Westminster commemoration.

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  • Illegible road sign, 1st July
    This brook road sign, on the inside of the park fencing, is now pretty much illegible. Please could it be replaced? Also the bins on the street are covered in graffiti. Thankyou Olivia

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 31 Brook Road, Montpelier
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  • Flytipping on station access footpath, 1st July
    There is a chair (or small sofa) dumped on the footpath from Cromwell Road to Montpelier Station along with a lot of old rubbish (books/study papers/exam questions etc - clearly left by a student). Please can this be removed as it is blocking access. Thanks Kirsty

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 81 Cromwell Road, St Andrews
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  • Japanese Knotweed, 1st July
    Possible Japanese knotweed on footpath in South Street Park.

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): British Road, Bristol
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  • Students leave awful mess outside1 Elmdale Rd, 30th June
    Over the last few days students have been moving out of 1 Elmdale and leaving all manner of detritus, food waste, rubbish, kitchen goods, electrical goods, bedding and paperwork and all over the pavement - it is disgusting and filthy and now BCC will have to clear it up. The property is managed by Kingsley Thomas.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 3 Elmdale Road, Tyndalls Park
    Report on FixMyStreet
  • Graffiti on fence, 30th June
    There is unsightly graffiti on a fence just off the road. Mainly this consists of tagging. Especially disrespectful as it backs on to residential homes.

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 2 Lakewood Road, Bristol
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  • Over hanging shrubs obstructing path, 30th June
    Over growth from kingsweston park restricting footpath in kingsweston lane causing pedestrians to step into the road to avoid brambles putting themselves at risk to being knocked by oncoming traffic coming down the road .
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Kings Weston Lane, Lawrence Weston
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  • The bin alcove at the top of Sandy Lane is full, 30th June
    Only two days after being cleared the alcove is once again overflowing with dumped bagged domestic waste.

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Sandy Lane, Eastville
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  • Only a day after last being cleared rubbish is again being dumped in Sandy Lane, 30th June
    Domestic rubbish and larger items such as truck wheels have been dumped at several points along Sandy Lane over the past 24 hours. Seagulls have once again spread food waste and used nappies. Wind blown litter is spread all along the lane. Once again, I would welcome contact from the Council to discuss this.

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Sandy Lane, Eastville
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  • York road's nuisance flytippers 😞, 30th June
    Latest neighbourly contribution outside number 43, dumped less than 3 hours after the council finally collected the last accumulated pile.

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 35 York Road, Montpelier
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  • Small lorry full of rubbish, parked for three days on double yellow, 29th June
    This van has been parked up for three days, I could not walk by with my pram today. I knocked the neighbouring doors who do not know who the van belongs to its full of rubbish, and im wondering if its been dumped. Its parked on double yellow lines.

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 29 Crown Hill, Speedwell
    Report on FixMyStreet
  • Cars blocking footpath., 29th June
    At the bottom of Whiteway Road St.George BS5 at the junction of Holme's Hill Road Road there are several vehicles that regularly park on the double yellow lines and block the pavement all night.

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 3 Whiteway Road, Speedwell
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  • Sunken drain cover, 29th June
    There is a large dip in the road near where Stoke Park Road crosses Stoke Hill. This is due to a sunken drain cover. Vehicles try to avoid this with the risk of causing a collision between them and vehicles turning right into Stoke Park Road or others coming up Stoke Hill.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 1 Stoke Hill, Stoke Bishop
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  • Sunken drain cover, 29th June
    Sunken drain cover near cross-roads of Passage Road, Henbury Road and Trym Road. This is a large dip in the road causing vehicles to try and avoid it with the consequent danger of collision.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 52 High Street, Bristol
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  • Large amounts of rubbish, cans, bottles and packaging around bus stop area and in grass., 29th June
    I catch a bus from the bus stop on Hareclive Road every Monday and am appalled at the amount of street litter. In the bus lay-by going towards Bristol centre, the rubbish bin has been removed. This has resulted in a considerable amount of rubbish being left in and around the bus shelter and spreading out around the green areas. The photo is of behind the bus shelter where cans are piled up behind the low wall, and other litter is simply not being picked up by any regular kind of litter-picking. The grass areas leading towards Morrisons had recently been cut, but the litter on the grass had been chopped up by the mower, including some cans! There are bottles and cans and plastic containers in an amount that shows this area needs regular cleansing to prevent a child harming themselves on broken glass or damaged tin cans. Please arrange a daily refuse attendance to clear this area and maintain it as litter free to encourage others to not drop litter. Please also replace the litter bin that was removed so that those who do wish to use one responsibly, can do so. The bus shelter on the other side of the road has a litter bin and is litter free. This problem area needs to be targeted very soon. Many thanks J Goulding

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Hareclive Road, Bristol
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  • Mattress and overflowing bins blocking pavement, 28th June
    Picton Street pavement blocked by this mess. Double mattress and half a dozen overflowing bins. Opposite Picton Mews. If waste services see overflowing bins, and leave them behind, do they automatically report them as "fly tipping"?

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 6 Picton Lane, Bristol
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  • Unhygienic litter (unsanitary human waste), 28th June
    Rubbish in bags left includes bottles of what we think is are bottles of urine very urgently needs removing - in sainsburys bags

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 72 St Andrew's Road, Montpelier
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