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Bike Found

Posted by diana b on June 23, 2017 at 3:00 AM Comments comments (0)

Six Streets Facebook page has a photo of a woman's bike that was found in a Park Grove garden.

Is it yours?

Please check shed/ garage to see if yours is missing.

It looks in good condition - silver with small turquoise highlights.

email [email protected] or post on Facebook page to reclaim it

Cedar St theft

Posted by diana b on June 18, 2017 at 12:40 PM Comments comments (0)

Lenka posted over on Six Streets Facebook page a warning to neighbours that intruders had been in her garden overnight - stolen a bike and generally made a mess.

So please don't leave items around - esp stuff that could be used to break into your/ neighbours' sheds or houses.

Happy Ending - the child's bike was found dumped on Newton's Walk near Longford St. So Lenka may already have it back!

Markeaton PTFA

Posted by diana b on June 18, 2017 at 11:50 AM Comments comments (0)

 

This is from Markeaton School PTFA - it's first time Sainsburys have asked customers to choose between 3 options (different stores have different options) It is quite a lot of money riding on being chosen. You are given a token at the till on Ked Rd/ can vote remotely.


Sainsbury's Kedleston Road have nominated Markeaton School PTFA as local charity of the year 2017/18.

Please help us by posting an orange token in Box A when you shop in store and visit -

www.sainsburyslocalcharity.co.uk

Enter - DE22 1FS, select Kedleston Road

Vote for Markeaton School PTFA

You can vote on phones, iPads, laptops. Only one vote per device.

The children at Markeaton School appreciate your support!

Thank you

Markeaton School PTFA

Lost your Tabby?

Posted by diana b on June 11, 2017 at 4:00 AM Comments comments (1)

Laura would have posted this but her laptop lost a battle with a mug of coffee. She is going make a report  to the council,  hopefully they will take a photo so owners can be sure of what has happened.

Unfortunately, it is sad news.

A cat was lying dead outside the flats on Kedleston Rd between shops and Jonty (opposite ibus shelter near Wheeldon Ave) She says the tabby all over cat was clearly hit by a car. It had no collar  - fairly small and fluffy rather than completely smooth coat.  

If you think you know the owners, they can contact the council

http://www.derby.gov.uk/contact-the-council/




History event - World War One

Posted by diana b on June 9, 2017 at 9:00 AM Comments comments (0)

Derby Libraries run many events - details www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/derby-city-council-libraries-1183101139

One event in a series linked to World War I is Object Identification

With Dr. Mike Galer


Bring along your objects relating to the First world War, analyse photographs and identify regiments from cap badges. Share your stories with others and find out how to research more about the soldiers in your family.

Saturday 1 July, 10am – 1pm

At Derby Local Studies and Family History Library


FREE Drop-in event, no need to book





https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/derby-at-war-tickets-32953700405" target="_blank">





Bogus Tree Services

Posted by diana b on June 6, 2017 at 7:30 PM Comments comments (0)

If you have had a flyer through from Woodlands Tree Services - claiming to be based on Woodlands Rd Allestree - then do not use them. Put it in the recycling straight away.

It is a bogus company - the van has false plates. They target elderly people, charge way more than going rate and do a bad job.

This info was forwarded to me by local police - plesae make sure any older neighbours/ relatives know not to use this company.

There was no description of the men - beyond one having Irish accent.

If you do want any garden work done - get someone to recommend a guy (or check Trade Directory)

Diana

Owner traced

Posted by diana b on June 4, 2017 at 3:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Happy dog re-united with owner from West Park Rd

To All Patients of the Brook Medical Centre - please save the day!

Posted by Daphne Thornhill on May 31, 2017 at 7:40 AM Comments comments (0)
On Wednesday 5th July we are hosting a HEALTH AND WELLBEING event, from 1 pm to 4 pm. A number of local support services will be present at the surgery, and you will have the opportunity to meet practice staff, and to offer your suggestions on future practice developments. The local support services represented will include: DERBY CARERS' ASSOCIATION LIVEWELL ST AlKMUND'S FRIENDSHIP GROUP ALCOHOL ADSVISORY SERVICE PHARMACY FIRST PATIENT PARTICIPATION GROUP DERBY DANDELION (BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT) TRENT PTD (COUNSELLING) MAKING SPACE (DEMENTIA SUPPORT) AND MORE!

A38 delays

Posted by diana b on May 30, 2017 at 8:10 AM Comments comments (0)

Stretch of the A38 will be closed next week for abnormal load convoy

Our roads policing unit will be escorting an abnormal load through South Derbyshire and into Staffordshire next week, resulting in the partial closure of the A38.

 

The load is a number of huge brewery drums destined for the Molson Coors site in Burton, and will be travelling there on the evening of Thursday, June 1.

 

Officers regularly work with haulage firms to help escort them safely through areas where they might need our help.

 

This particular delivery will travel along the A50 from Doveridge, then along the A516 towards the A38.

 

At this stage, Officers will be closing the northbound carriageway because the convoy will be travelling south along it from Egginton to Clay Mills, due to its size.

 

Although we know this will cause a disruption for motorists, we’re doing it so road users are safe while the convoy approaches its destination.

 

If you are planning to travel in that area at about 8pm on June 1, please expect delays or plan alternative routes to avoid the A38.

 

BIKE THEFT

Posted by Phil on May 21, 2017 at 3:30 AM Comments comments (3)

Last night at about 11.15 we noticed 2 youths trying gates on Arthur Hind Close. As we spoke to the police on 999, they climbed into one garden, only to run off a minute or two later having presumably been disturbed. Unable to sleep, I looked out again at c. 11.45 and they were back. We rang the police again but they emerged from one of the gardens with a bike and headed off for Kedleston Rd.  The police did arrive to check up around midnight.

They were extremely brazen - it wasn't very late, lots of houses overlook where they were, and the street lighting is excellent. They were about 5'10 in dark tarcksuits and hoodies, with covered faces. 

BTW - CCTV would have been useless as you couldn't identify them at all in their "uniform".


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