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Picture shows Neil Howlett from the Community Safety Partnership and David Cross from Medway Council's Trading Stndards Department

Picture shows Neil Howlett from the Community Safety Partnership and David Cross from Medway Council’s Trading Stndards Department

Medway residents are being given help to deal with unwanted ‘cold callers’ who tout for business at the front door.

The council’s Trading Standards service is promoting an initiative which helps people to deal with the high pressure selling tactics.

They have produced free ‘No Cold Calling Homes’ packs containing advice and information, and stickers warning that residents do not buy from door-to-door sales people. These have been funded through the local Community Safety Partnership. Read More

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winepour Warnings have been issued to a number of restaurants, take-aways and off-licences in Medway after an operation led by the council’s licensing team working with police, HMRC, Environmental Food Safety and Enforcement teams. A number could face prosecution.

Twenty premises in River Ward were found in breach of licensing conditions – mainly not having a policy in place as set by the Home Office to prevent sales of alcohol to under age drinkers and not carrying out sufficient staff training. Some of the restaurants were in breach of the rules on drinking measures and were providing customers with unmeasured wine.

Five premises were found to have poor hygiene standards in their kitchens and one was issued with a prohibition notice because the electricity supply was found to be in a dangerous condition.

HMRC also seized more than 400 litres of alcohol from two off licences. Read More

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