The 110th Annual Beoley Parish Meeting – All Welcome

The 110th Annual Beoley Parish Meeting 

will be held on Tuesday 10th May 2022 at 7:00 pm at the Village Hall

All are welcome to attend

If you are a member of a Group/Organisation/Club within the Parish then it is your chance to say a few words so that other residents of the Parish can consider joining and/or supporting your group.

If you’d like to say a few words on behalf of your group (one representative per group please) contact Gill Sloan (Parish Clerk) by Monday02/05/2022 either by e-mail () or by phone on 07763 463819.

Members of the public may wish to make written representations on issues rather than attending in person, in which case please contact the Parish Clerk Gill Sloan on 07763 463819, or by e-mail at

The Annual Parish Council Meeting will follow at approx. 7.30-7.45 pm.



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Sajid Javid MP Jobs Fair 2022

Good Afternoon,

Sajid will be hosting his seventh Bromsgrove Jobs Fair on Friday, April 22, 10am – 12noon at North Bromsgrove High School, School Dr, Bromsgrove B60 1BA.

I am emailing to ask for your support in publicising the Fair to your local community. We want to ensure that everyone looking for new career opportunities has the chance to attend. I have included resources in this email, which may be helpful when sharing information about the event on your social media or in community Facebook groups.

More information and free (optional) registration is also available on Sajid’s website and Eventbrite page.

Thank you for your continued support and help.

Kind regards,

Charlie Bruce

Office of Rt Hon Sajid Javid

Member of Parliament for Bromsgrove

Secretary of State for Health and Social Care



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West Mercia Police – fraud and Scam Bulletin – April 2022

The Fraud & Scam Bulletin

April 2022

Your monthly update direct from West Mercia Police on the latest scams and frauds

There has been a rise in Impersonation Scams, especially those posing as Bank officials that everyone should be aware of.




You are convinced to make a payment or give personal and financial details to someone claiming to be from a trusted organisation such as:

·         your bank

·          the police

·          a delivery or utility company

·          communication service provider

·         a government department such as HMRC

·          someone you trust such as a friend or family member.

These scams often begin with a phone call, text, message or email that appears to be from a trusted organisation or person.

A criminal might say your bank account is at risk and ask you to move your money to a ‘safe account’.

They might get in touch impersonating a police officer, saying your money needs to be analysed as part of a police investigation.

They may also get in touch via social media, sending you messages or by creating posts. When criminals impersonate a friend or family member, they often invent reasons to ask for money, such as being stranded overseas or urgently needing to pay a debt, rent or a bill.

Criminals use many tactics to trick you including;

·         including ‘spoofing’ which makes their call, text, DM or email appear genuine.

·          These messages will often lead to a website that is made to look legitimate using another tactic called ‘cloning’.

·          Cloned websites often look almost identical to the real website of a trusted organisation.

·         Phone numbers and sender ID’s can also be cloned to make a scam message appear genuine.

·         Criminals also use a tactic called social engineering to groom and manipulate you into transferring money or divulging your personal and financial details.

In some cases, criminals try to dupe you by sending couriers to collect your cards, cash, PINs or valuable items in person.


1.      You receive a call, text, email or DM with an urgent request for your personal or financial information, to make a payment or move money

2.      You receive a message from a friend or family member requesting financial assistance often with an urgent reason such as them being stranded overseas or requiring medical help

3.      You are pressured to act immediately. The caller pressures you to rush causing a level of panic.  Texts or messages may include a ‘hook’ to grab your attention, for example the criminal might say your money is at risk and you need to act to save it, or suggest you will get a reward if you do what they ask

4.      You’re asked to transfer money to another account for ‘safe-keeping’

5.      You’re asked to purchase high value goods/vouchers to cover the cost of fines. They might also ask you pay a bill for tax or utilities or provide financial details to receive a rebate

6.      You’re asked for cash or a payment as part of a police investigation or told money in your account needs to be analysed as part of an ongoing investigation

The sender’s email address is ever so slightly different to that of the genuine sender



  • STOP: Taking a moment to stop and think before parting with your money or information could keep you safe.

  • CHALLENGE: Could it be fake? It’s okay to reject, refuse or ignore any requests. Only criminals will try to rush or panic you.

  • PROTECT: Contact your bank immediately if you think you’ve fallen for a scam

and report it to Action Fraud

If you’ve fallen for a scam, report it to Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040 or via


Scam Text messages can be forwarded to 7726 to help phone providers take early action and block numbers that generate spam on their networks.

Forward Fake Emails received to .



For further information visit:


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M42 Junction 6 – advance notice of road closure

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M42 Junction 6

Here is the latest information on the M42 Junction 6

We have updated the M42 junction 6 web page with information about the installation of the A45 footbridge which will require a closure over the weekend of 30 April to 1 May 2022.

Please visit the scheme website to view details about the works taking place during the closure.


Increased Energy Prices – Support for Residents

Please see attached for details of support available to residents who may be affected by the increased energy prices


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