Monthly Archives: March 2011

Message From The Police

[Reference: C3427 cashpoint crooks information 16/3/11] Essex Police have put out a warning about cashpoint crooks. Thieves were caught on camera while stealing £350 from a man withdrawing money from an ATM. The images show how the victim was approached … Continue reading

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Bolsover District Councillors Tangoed ‘In Touch’

Orange is the colour! Bolsover’s latest In Touch ‘newsletter’ paid for by us, is out now. Interestingly, just before the local elections we are confronted with a colour coded run down of who belongs to which political organisation. It would … Continue reading

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Labour Party Sticking The Boot In To Local Businesses

The word on the street is that the Labour Party chatterati are telling people not to use the new Barlborough Pharmacy on High Street – a campaign headed up by their own illustrious leader. It’s a good job people are taking no … Continue reading

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Bobby Of The Year

[Reference: C3363 Derbyshires bobby of the year 9/3/11] The Chief Constable, Mick Creedon, is asking anyone who has had dealings with the police during the past 12 months to nominate their favourite officer by writing to him. Mr Creedon is … Continue reading

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Barlborough And Clowne Gridlocked After M1 Closed

Derbyshire Times Published on Thursday 10 March 2011 09:22 Woman dies in “serious collision” on M1 POLICE are investigating two serious collisions on the M1 southbound. At around 6.50pm last night (Wednesday, March 9), a Ford people carrier collided with … Continue reading

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The Blight Of Ash Close

Ash Close is a current policing priority for anti-social behaviour. Hardly, surprising. What the photo doesn’t show is the section a bit further round the corner with the plastic chairs and piles of empty beer cans. Obviously, a drinking spot. … Continue reading

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Distraction Burglary In Barlborough

[Reference: C3318 Westfield Bank 11546/11 7/3/11] A distraction burglary occurred on Westfield Bank, Barlborough, on Friday 4th March around 6.40pm. The offender has knocked on the door & claimed to be from the water board & the occupant needed to … Continue reading

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Boozy Clowne Man Hits Out At His Mum

Worksop Guardian Published on Thu Mar 03 06:58:23 GMT 2011 ‘Boozy man hits out at his mum A PRISON sentence hangs over a boozy Clowne dad who attacked his mother following a row. Robert Harper became angry when he was … Continue reading

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No Council Tax Rises From Five Authorities

Derbyshire Times Published on Fri Mar 04 11:03:17 GMT 2011 HOUSEHOLDERS will face no increase in council tax from five local authorities this year.Chesterfield Borough Council, NE Derbyshire District Council (NEDDC), Bolsover District Council, Derbyshire Dales District Council and Amber … Continue reading

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Who Will Vote For The Barlborough Donkeys?

Received in the Inbox: Fri 04 03 2011 19:55 ‘Dear Barlborough Life It was interesting to see the Barnsley elections results last night where Labour retained their seat after their previous councillor was jailed for fiddling his expenses. It makes … Continue reading

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