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There's a lot going on in a Parish this size and in the wider community. Read about what's happening in your area below. Let us know what you know, we can share it with everyone! 
Just Be Wellbeing Cafe 
Conniburrow 
Wednesdays, 10.30am-2pm 
 
The volunteer roles are open to people who are committed to serving our community and supporting the wellbeing of individuals. A basic outline of the roles are below. We hope that volunteers will be able to move between the kitchen and Cafe floor roles on a rota basis (though if a volunteer prefers to remain in on role that is fine too). 
 
We are looking for people who are able to offer their skills, talents, hobbies and passions in our craft activities. We would welcome a range of different crafts from knitting and henna painting, to jewellery and model making. It would be great to offer our community the opportunity to be creative and experience the sense of peace and achievement that brings. The volunteers for the craft activities would bring their expertise in the area and share that with visitors to Just Be Wellbeing Cafe. 
Savings & loans at an affordable rate, to help members save and manager their money ethically and responsibly. Loans at rates lower than those offered by high street loan companies. No joining fee, £1 minimum saving. No arrangement fees, no hidden charges, no penalty for early repayment. 
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Victims First is managed by the Police and Crime Commissioner for the Thames Valley. It is available across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire and provides free emotional and practical support to victims and witnesses of any crime or abuse regardless of when it took place, or whether it has been reported to the police. 
By becoming a parish councillor you become someone your community will look to for help, guidance and support – a community leader with the power to influence decisions for the benefit of the people you serve. Seeing your community change for the better, as a result of decisions you have helped make, is something that can give you a sense of achievement and pride. 
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You’re probably familiar with some of the ways in which fraudsters approach victims - emails, texts, phone calls, letters and sometimes doorstep scams. 
 
But did you know that social media is also a favourite place for scammers? 
 
This month Get Safe Online’s campaign is all about Social Media scams – and the attached leaflet provides some great tips on how to avoid being scammed on social media. 
 
For more tips on staying safe online then visit www.getsafeonline.org 
 
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