More details: https://hgdover50sforum.org.uk/forum-events/
Should you or your relative be on the Priority Services Register? This is a register of people who would be particularly at risk, if there were to be a power cut. To find out if you are eligible to register, please click here.
Note: This link also offers advice if you are struggling to pay your energy bills.
It is helpful to know which your power network is. This is the network providing your power, not the company which sends you your bills. To find out which network operator supplies your power please follow this link.
According to a new law to protect cyclists, the driver needs to leave a minimum distance from a cyclist when overtaking or travelling alongside the bike or they could receive a fine. This would be £100 and three points on the licence for being too close to a bike on the road. For further details, please follow this link to our ‘Alerts’ page.
‘One Big Day provides the perfect opportunity to discover everything you need to know about worry free motoring with mobility. There is a huge range of cars, adaptations, wheelchair accessible vehicles, scooters and powered wheelchairs on display. Test dnriving is also available’.
One Big Day Sat 11 August 2018 9am – 4pm Admission: Free
Yorkshire Event Centre, Harrogate.
For more information please contact Tom Swift on 0207 654 4026.
Public Event www.motability.co.uk
At our next Forum meeting on Thursday 26th July, Helen Richardson, Community Safety Officer for North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Authority, will be talking to us and giving advice about safety. She will be joined by Will Champion, Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) from Harrogate Police. Together they will be able to answer questions you may have on ‘how to keep safe’. For further details, see our Forum Events page.
WARNING! The Food Standards Agency warns of bacteria found in frozen vegetable products – lots of products recalled. Complete list here: https://bit.ly/2N5Tuoe If you have purchased any of these items, you are advised DO NOT EAT them.
Carers UK carries out an annual survey of carers to understand the state of caring in the UK each year. This year a total of 7,397 people shared their experience of what it’s like to be a carer and is the largest State of Caring survey carried out by Carers UK to date. Follow this link to read he report.