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Trick or treat posters and advice

Follow these tips to help keep everyone happy and safe this Halloween

If you have teenagers:

• Make sure they don’t have access to fireworks, alcohol, eggs or flour

.• Explain why they must not play tricks on strangers

.• Tell them that if nobody answers the door, or a ‘No trick or treat’ sign is on display, they must leave immediately

.• Remind them to stay with their friends and make sure they know that they should never enter the home of a stranger.

If you do not want to be disturbed by trick or treaters this Halloween, download and print out a copy of the “No Trick Or Treat” poster to display by your front door by clicking the image.

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Wild chalk East Brighton park 21st July 2019

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Sunday 21 July 11am–5pm CELEBRATING THE WILDLIFE, HISTORY AND AMAZING WATER FILTERING PROPERTIES OF OUR CHALK DOWNLAND

■ Giant wildlife colouring wall ■ Sheep to meet and stroke ■ Virtual reality booth ■ Birds of prey demonstrations ■ Storytelling beside a shepherds hut
■ Minibeast hunting and wildlife spotting ■ Stone Age re-enactment ■ Many other family activities and stalls ■ Hot/cold drinks and snacks

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Nominate your good neighbour for an award

The CO-OP have launched a nationwide search in partnership with our friends at Neighbourhood Watch to find and celebrate some of the UK’s most considerate neighbours. We’re talking about the local heroes in your street and community whose acts of kindness really set them apart.
Members have shaped the criteria that we’re using to judge this award. They told us that the main things that made the people next door great neighbours were their willingness to look out for each other, being sociable and friendly, offering practical help and being kind, caring and respectful.

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