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Be a Scambuster!

Help stops scams - use SCAMBUSTER -

http://www.surreycc.gov.uk/business-and-consumers/dealing-with-and-avoiding-rogue-traders/be-a-surrey-scambuster!!

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Crime prevention

The Crime Survey for England & Wales 2013/14 is now available on http://www.mycrimeprevention.co.uk/.  Lots of resources to help you from becoming a victim of crime.  The Crime Preventation Infographic is useful.

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Illegal Tobacco in Surrey

Surrey Trading Standards are running a project looking at Illegal Tobacco in Surrey which can affect the business of many reputable traders.

This project is being run as a partnership initiative involving the local district and borough councils, Crimestoppers, HM Revenue & Customs, Smoke Free Surrey, Surrey Police and Surrey Fire and Rescue Services.

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Contact the Elderly

Contact the Elderly a national charity extending the hand of friendship to isolated older people.

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Get Hypnotherapy Training For A Career As A Practising Hypnotherapist In Bracknell

Retrain for a new career in hypnotherapy in Bracknell!

Practise it full time, as a completely new job, or part-time, so as to increase your income in Bracknell. It’s an interesting, high-earning profession – giving you independence, flexible hours, and great work-satisfaction in Bracknell.

The European College of Hypnotherapy training courses are accredited by the GHSC and our full Diploma course complies with CNHC requirements.

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Becoming a registered user

You can now gain access to extra services by becoming a registered user - click on the Logon/register to create a userID. Some services will only be available to registered users.

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Osteopathy in the UK
Occupational injuries account for a large proportion of the 350 million working days a year lost in Britain, and not just in heavy industry. New technology, whether it be automated production lines or computer work stations, can also take its toll on the musculo-skeletal system. Many people experience pain and discomfort as a result which can affect their well-being and their work