Scam awareness event coming to Carterton Library
A scam awareness event will take place at Carterton Library, on Tuesday 13 November at 2pm.
Representatives from Thames Valley Police (TVP), Oxfordshire County Council Trading Standards and Age UK will talk about fraud, online and doorstep scams, and how to stay safe and alert to rogue trader activities.
The event is free for residents. It will include a talk from TVP’s Cyber Protect Officer, Mark Godsland, and an informal question and answer session.
For further information, contact Andrew Bayliss at Carterton Library, phone 01993 841492 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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