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The 2018 FIFA World Cup will take place from 14th June – 15th July 2018. The worldwide demand for match tickets is expected to be significant. Action Fraud have been alerted to several websites which are offering World Cup Tickets for sale, some at highly inflated prices. A FIFA spokesperson said: “FIFA regards the illicit sale and distribution of tickets as a very serious issue and it has been reminding all football fans that FIFA.com/tickets is the only official and legitimate website on which to buy 2018 FIFA World Cup tickets. “FIFA has received various complaints and enquiries by customers of non-authorised ticket sales platforms and has consistently confirmed that these companies cannot guarantee access to the stadiums as the respective tickets may be cancelled. Insofar customers are at risk of investing a high amount of money (also for travelling and accommodation) without having the certainty to actually be able to attend the matches.”
 
FIFA have also warned that “any tickets obtained from any other source, such as ticket brokers, internet auctions or unofficial ticket exchange platforms, will be automatically rendered void and invalid”. Action Fraud received over six hundred reports and intelligence submissions in relation to the previous World Cup so it’s vital that football fans exercise caution when considering a purchase or making a transaction.
 
Protect yourself:
• Don’t take the risk. Tickets for the World Cup 2018 can only be purchased directly from FIFA. For more information, please visit www.FIFA.com/tickets.
• A FAN ID is required for fans to be able to enter the 2018 FIFA World Cup stadiums. Exercise caution if using a third party to obtain your FAN ID for you. You may be charged inflated costs for the service and your personal details may be compromised. For more information, please visit www.fan-id.ru.
• Visit the Take Five website for the latest guidance on how to avoid becoming a victim of fraud.• For useful advice and information on the World Cup please visit the Government Guidance Pages; https://www.gov.uk/guidance/be-on-the-ball-world-cup-2018
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Lizzy Yarnold – the District’s Double Olympic Champion - Victory Parade
Lizzy Yarnold – the District’s Double Olympic Champion - Victory Parade
Lizzy made history on Saturday 17 February 2018 when she became the first British athlete to successfully defend a Winter Olympic title. The Skeleton sensation retained her Olympic Gold at the Korean Winter Games in Pyeongchang after she won Gold at the Sochi Winter Olympic Games in 2014.
Lizzy, who grew up in West Kingsdown in the Sevenoaks District, was the only British athlete at this year’s Winter Olympics to clinch a gold medal.
Lizzy is a talented all-round athlete who took up the Skeleton after entering a talent search in 2009. It takes nerves of steel to take part in this sport, as competitors slide down a frozen track, lying face down on a sled, reaching speeds in excess of 90 miles an hour, with no brakes!
When Lizzy first took up the Skeleton, the Sevenoaks District Sport Council, funded by Sevenoaks District Council, awarded her a grant to help with the transition to the new sport.
District Olympian, Lizzy Yarnold, says: “It still hasn’t really sunk in that I am now a Double Olympic Champion! The last four years has been tough and at times I wasn’t sure if I would be able to defend my title, but it just shows if you dream big and work hard then who knows what you can achieve. Thanks to everyone in the Sevenoaks District for all their support. I can’t wait to come and visit and show as many young people as possible my two Olympic Gold Medals - dreams can come true!”
Local Edenbridge Business Colour Coatings is supporting a Charity walk along the Great Wall of China in 2018, for St Catherine’s Hospice.

Please read the full story about Clarissa Thurston-Hobbs and her …Once in a Lifetime Trip for this Very Worthy Charity!
I will be trekking the Great Wall of China in May hoping to raise £4000 in Lauren’s memory for the hospice who helped not only Lauren but her whole family and network of friends when they needed it most.
I am terrified as I quote “the terrain is hilly and undulating with steep sections to contend with, both on and off the Wall” and having signed up already I have only now discovered the extent of the training involved! I shall be hiking over two of the more remote and untouched parts of the wall; the Simatai and the Gubeikou to include clambering over “the wild wall” which is crumbling and uneven after years of standing against the wilderness!!
I shall be hoping to add to the target myself by raising extra money doing smaller tasks whilst trying to get my fitness levels up but please spur me on by donating now ?
I promise I will have earned every penny of your generosity!
Thank you, Claire xxx
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Local man encourages others to consider becoming on-call firefighters
Edenbridge on-call firefighter, Alex Hallson
Edenbridge resident, 27-year old Alex Hallson works in sales for an aircraft parts company by day but at night he’s an on-call firefighter at his local fire station and is encouraging other local women and men to get involved. Alex has worked for Kent Fire and Rescue Service (KFRS) for two years and is planning on setting up home with his girlfriend soon, as the couple are expecting their first child in the summer. Explaining how he got involved Alex said: “I knew a couple of people who were on-call firefighters and it sounded really interesting. I looked on KFRS' website and visited Edenbridge fire station on drill night (Monday) to find out more....
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The Chiddingstone Hoard
In 2016 a metal detectorist who has worked the area for 30 years, made a discovery of a hoard of 10 gold coins in the parish of Chiddingstone. As they were subject to the Treasure Act 1996 they were sent to the British Museum for assessment. They verified them as Iron Age Gallo-Belgic E staters c60-50 BCE (BC)...... Full Story Click Here
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Would a Fire Engine fit down your road???
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Would a fire engine be able to drive down your road in an emergency?

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9:00am - 6:00pm
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9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

 
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The Drop In is an opportunity for people to meet with others who are affected by brain injury.
 
The Eden Centre, Four Elms Road,
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We need you to help on the ward and in the Day Centre on as regular basis as you wish. People are required to assist staff in running activities aimed at helping patients.....Click Here

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Eden Valley Museum, Church House, 72 High Street,
Edenbridge, Kent TN8 5AR
Tel. 01732 868102
Email: curator@evmt.org.uk - Web: www.evmt.org.uk

Open: Wednesday & Friday, 2 – 4.30pm. Thursday & Saturday, 10am – 4.30pm. Sundays,  2 – 4.30pm (June, July, August)

 
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Edenbridge Hospital Minor Injuries Unit is open 364 days a year from 8.30am.....
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Hearing Aids & Lipreading Classes
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Hearing Aid Maintenance Clinicson 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month from 10am to 11.30am at the Bridges Centre, High Street, Edenbridge

Call in to have your NHS hearing aid cleaned and retubed and collect new batteries – all free of charge.  Find out about helpful equipment to help you to hear better at home, whether or not you use a hearing aid.  No appointment necessary.

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