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The Editor Kempshott Infant & Junior School Poetry Corner

Page 9: Kempshott Village Hall Page 12/13: Conservation News Page 14: Probus keeps in touch Page 18: Clarke and Son Page 20: Phillips Solicitors

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At long last, I’ve had the necessary interviews and Risk Assessments to allow me back to the Neighbourhood Police offices. Initially this is on a trial basis and depends on how Social Distancing can be best implemented. It may involve other police office locations and may not be on the weekly basis as in the past.

As you’ve probably noticed, there has been little communication from our police, other than what has come out as Alert messages. There are pages on Twitter, Facebook and other Social Media from our police for those who might care to look. I have had several press releases which I’ve put onto the BDNW website at www.bdnw.org.uk/v3, but I have to say that the hits (reads) on recent articles are extremely low. Some of you may be concerned about browser messages that the website is “Not Secure”, so please remember our Web Manager’s message of last month. A few other issues have been passed to me, including Anti Social behaviour in Old Down Park and in the field attached to the Village Hall. I’m hoping that these incidents were just one-offs and that people will be more considerate in the future. I have also heard about speeding, where the roads have been more empty during lockdown. I saw this first hand recently in Pack Lane, despite traffic being much heavier than of late. Please remember that speed limits are there for everyone’s safety and that they are LIMITS and not TARGETS. Please keep your speed down your safety and for that of everyone else. Also for cyclists, please be aware of the rules and don’t risk a fine up to £500. Many people ask, but it is illegal to cycle on the pavement, unless there is a sign indicating a shared cycle path. Cycling on footways (such as a pavement by the side of a carriageway) is prohibited by Section 72 of the Highway Act 1835, amended by Section 85(1) of the Local Government Act 1888. The Highway Code also states: “You must not cycle on a pavement.” The offence of riding a bike on the pavement is punishable by an on-the-spot fine, a fixed penalty notice starting at £30. This is charged under Schedule 3 and Section 51 of the Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988. Please ride safely and considerately. National Neighbourhood Watch are partnering with the Home Office in running a Safety In Neighbours campaign as lockdown eases and they expect a rise in burglaries. More details can be found on their website at www.ourwatch.org.uk. Their main message is “Life’s safer when you know your Neighbours. With more people looking out for unusual behaviour on your street, burglaries and other crimes can be prevented”. For the duration of COVID-19 my police email is not likely to be available and I’m still volunteering mainly from home, please send feedback and comments to brian.adams@bdnw.org.uk which gets sent on to me so I can respond, but please allow a few days for a reply. Kind regards

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Subject: Eagle Close Bonfires!!!! Dear Editor Why is it every time it’s extremely hot does the householder in Eagle Close always has to have a bonfire? How inconsiderate of them! It’s hot and humid, we all have our windows open to catch a bit of fresh air, and there they go and light a bonfire, which is a regular occurrence. It’s still early they decide to fill our houses with smoke from their garden rubbish.....how inconsiderate. They should be named and shamed. name and address supplied.

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Kempshott Junior School News What a lovely summer we hope you have had! Being truly spoilt with the weather really helped and we hope this month’s article finds you well. It may be with a virtual hug…but it is with open arms, real happiness and a big smile that we welcome back everyone to Kempshott Junior School to start the academic year 2020/21.

With forward facing tables, hand sanitiser and lots of other necessities for Covid-19 hygiene we look forwardDoto youclasses want to make a differen full of up to 32 pupils in each to start new topics, exciting projects as well as appreciation and continued care of each The governing board at Kempshott Jun academic year starting September 2020 school (including those joining from Sep other within our school and wider community.

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Here’s to a great school year of which we will keep you updated in the Kempshott Kourier.

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DO YOU WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE TO YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY AND TO YOUNG LIVES?

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Most governors spend around 7 hours a The governing board at Kempshott Junior School is looking for new governors to join them for the academic year school. At Kempshott Junior School, w starting September 2020. We are interested in hearing from parents of children at the school (including those joining from September 2020) as well as other members of the local community who feel that they could make What do we needafrom you?  Most importantly - an interest in positive contribution to our school. in all aspects of school life. Yo 

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We are incredibly proud of our school, our staff and our children. The governors play a key role in shaping theto listen to the ideas o  An ability school’s strategic direction and working with the school’s leadership team to drive improvement. WeWhat typically we offer: don’t get involved in day-to-day operational matters.  A group of governors, led by a

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opportunity for personal dev Passion for making a difference is the most important attribute you will need. Knowledge of education isAn notcontext and through th different  Friendly, well-chaired meetings essential. We welcome people from all backgrounds and would actively encourage interest from underrepresented everyone’s precious time social groups. Whatever your background, we will ensure that you receive the support and training you will need in learning more? We would to be an effective school governor. Most governors spend around 7 hours a month on governing duties, Interested including jun.hants.sch.uk meetings within the school. At Kempshott Junior School, we typically hold one meeting per half term, starting at you, we will share m Once we hear from application should you wish to become 6pm.

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Carpe Diem To seize the day, to embrace life, to own it. To make your lives extraordinary, to live in the moment. No dead poets here, Just getting started, ‘2020’ is the year!. To let these words flow out, Taking hold without a doubt. Life’s too short we have to live in the present, Enjoying the now, whilst trying to ascent. Obstacles will get in the way, But we have to get back up and never hideaway. To grab every opportunity in our paths, To pursue what we want for that’s when we will go far. Like an artist seeking inspiration to use, To write, paint or to make music to find his own muse. The world we live in is one big challenge, We look to hope to help us manage. A classic Royal Navy saying when facing a conundrum, Quote: improvise adapt and overcome. It’s not always easy to see the way, Don’t hide into the shadows, be brave. Hold your head high and be happy and be free, Don’t hold back, grasp the carpe diem.

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As the covid crisis continues both sites remain popular with visitors and it is lovely to see that the sites are appreciated and enjoyed. The play areas are busy and Beggarwood’s have been particularly well used. I hope that you are all noticing the beautiful wildflowers and insects, particularly butterflies, on both sites. A rare sight on Beggarwood last month was a chalkhill blue butterfly – bit bigger than the small blue butterfly which is prolific on Old Down. Another rare sight, this time on Old Down, was a clouded yellow butterfly. Down on the Manydown hedge there are always lots of little brown birds (LBJ’s) about. Usually a large number of house sparrows can be seen and heard – indeed the other day there must have been at least 50 whizzing about. But within that same habitat there other LBJ’s – such as dunnock, wren and goldfinch. From a distance, the dunnock could easily be overlooked and taken to be a sparrow. Dunnocks are greyer and less marked. They tend to stay lower down in hedges and have a lovely song, unlike the sparrow which tends to just ‘chatter’. The goldfinch is a bit smaller than the sparrow but in no way is it brown; it has beautiful colourful markings; gold, red, white and black. One of the UK’s most colourful birds. See photos.

Male and female house sparrow

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Goldfinch

The other day on Old Down, I was near a toddler (age only 3 or 4) who stopped at the top of the grassy path leading from the wooded path and said (to his mother) – “I like this view”. And he wanted to carry on down the grassy path so he could see the view of the fields and trees in the distance. That was so cute and wonderful – at such a young age to notice, appreciate and admire his surroundings. It is indeed a wonderful view from Old Down. So Council members and officers – please, please keep these wonderful places and spaces for the coming generations to enjoy and wonder at. Work Parties – We are still awaiting the Council’s okay to start work parties and for it to sort out PPE issues. So, yet again – maybe next month. Please check the group’s website and Facebook page (Old Down and Beggarwood Wildlife Group) for information on when that might be. Please also look at our Facebook page for regular photos of the sites and the wildlife. Internet: www.olddownandbeggarwood.org.uk

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FUZZY DROVE CONSERVATION GROUP In a year which is different to say the least from previous years, one thing stays the same in that the nights are drawing in and temperatures are slowly dropping and, unless we are experiencing an “Indian summer”, leaves may be starting to change colour. For some of us, it feels like autumn is imminent, but when does autumn officially start? There are two ways to look at it, either by the astronomical calendar, in other words, the seasons change when we reach an equinox or a solstice. So that means the first day of autumn is 22nd September, and the last is 21st December, or by the meteorological idea that autumn starts on the 1st September and last until 30th November. This method splits the year into four seasons of three whole months which makes meteorological observing and forecasting easier. What’s the difference between an equinox and a solstice? An equinox is when the sun is visible above the horizon and below the horizon for equal time – 12 hours each. This corresponds to the sun being apparently directly overhead at noon on the equator. That happens on 21 March and 21 September. A solstice is the longest or shortest day in each hemisphere of the earth, usually reckoned from the north (that’s us). So our winter solstice is 21 December (midwinter’s day) and the summer solstice is on 21 June.

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ANDConservation CONSERVATIONNews NEWS for FOR September SEPTEMBER and Signs of autumn in Fuzzy Drove. A familiar sign of autumn is leaves changing colour. This is a visible signal of the physical and chemical changes going on inside the plant as it prepares for winter. Plants depend on light for photosynthesis to work, so that they can grow, change and reproduce. Less light and heat means that plants will either slow down their metabolisms as winter approaches or, if they are annual plants, it will be time to set seed and then die. Many perennial plants will shed their leaves in winter and go into a state akin to hibernation in animals. If they shed their leaves – making them deciduous plants – they withdraw chemicals and nutrients from those leaves into the main body of the plant, such as the trunk and roots of a tree. This also rids them of products they will no longer need when they are resting, or that would even be harmful if kept in the main body of the plant. At the same time, many of these large perennials will be setting their seeds and then shedding them. All of this will be taking place in the Drove. Signs of autumn in animals. Animal populations change and move at this time of year too. Summer-visiting birds fly south to warmer climates for our winter, whilst others come from further north to stay with us. Swallows and swifts, nightingales, chiffchaffs and willow warblers are well-known examples of those that leave at the end of summer. Animals like Hedgehogs which hibernate will be feeding to put on as much weight as possible to see them through the winter. Working Parties. We hope to run some working parties in September which will be managed in such a way that social distancing will be maintained and equipment managed to ensure that everyone is kept protected and safe to reduce the possibility of handling potentially contaminated items. Please see our website or Facebook page for further information.

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Meadow meanderings. "It's been a funny year" is a common refrain for all sorts of reasons. In Down Grange Meadow, most flower species have had a fantastic year. After eight years or so, species seeded in our scraped areas are popping up all over the place, probably spread by wind and/or birds. At the beginning of August, the Council’s biodiversity team visited the meadow when it was looking its best. We think they were quietly impressed with what they saw. There are also a couple of new species, notably Betony (Betonica officinalis) and Clustered Bellflower (Campanula glomerata). Some Betony was plug planted at the end of last year in our dampest and shadiest spot because that's their favoured habitat. However, when walking round with the Council officers they also noticed some more on an open patch in full sun that we had not planted - that's a result! Some Nettle-leaved Bellflower (Campanula trachelium), which likes semi-shaded woodland edge type habitats, has also been planted. We have not bothered with trying to introduce its meadow cousin, the Clustered Bellflower, but it has appeared anyway. It's also been a good year for day-flying moths. When doing a butterfly transect right at the end of July, a Hummingbird Hawk Moth was recorded, the first report for the site that we are aware of.

Betony

Nettle-leaved bellflower

Hummingbird hawk-moth

There are more and more reports of deer in the meadow. At the beginning of August two of our members disturbed a female Roe deer that disappeared into the Spinney. We have deliberately tried to cordon-off the Spinney from human disturbance by blocking up entrances and making it as difficult as possible for the youths who used to frequent it for drinking or worse to gain access. It’s in the bag! We use ex-builders "Euro-bags" for all kinds of jobs around our sites, typically as "drag-bags" for collecting and moving arisings around. All our bags are showing their age and need to be replaced. If you have any spare one cubic metre bags you could let us have, we would be very grateful. Please contact Marion on (01256) 470171 and we will collect. Many thanks.


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PROBUS AND THE LOVE OF BANK NOTES In normal times we handle it every day. Money, they say, makes the world go around. Others see it as the root of all evil. These days we are using less coinage but an increasing use of cards, however bank notes make us feel good if we have plenty in our wallet.

Basingstoke is the headquarters of Thomas de la Rue, the world-famous producer of bank notes, and Probus Club of Basingstoke member, John Swain, was employed in that specialised printing industry all his working life. Leaving grammar school at 16 he followed his father into the printing trade and undertook an apprenticeship of five years as a camera operator. On becoming a journeyman he joined security printer Bradbury Wilkinson in New Malden and as John says “learned about making security documents and how to spot and prevent forgeries.” Despite operating in a tightly controlled secure environment it was noticed that some Travellers cheques began to go missing. Despite stringent checks on employees at entry and exit of the factory it was only by spotting which member of staff was enjoying exotic holidays and had a new car they discovered he was simply using a Royal Mail post box in their reception to send an envelope to his home. An intended advancement to head up their photographic studio did not proceed as the company was taken over by Thomas de la Rue, but instead he become the general manager of the New Malden plant. “All I had to do was to reverse a deficit of £12 million which in five years turned into a profit of £2 million.” Moving to Basingstoke in 1990 to head up a new, large photographic and proofing department was a continuous learning curve as the printing of the latest style of notes can involve over fifty security features as well as three different printing processes with visible and invisible fluorescent inks and holographic images. Moving from water marked cotton-based papers, made by their Overton mill, to the latest polymer substrate is not as new as one might think. Back in 1970 Bradbury Wilkinson produced the Isle of Man £1 notes on plastic but then discovered that the ink came off if a note was accidently left in clothes put in a washing machine. Eventually, after over two decades of research, the problem was solved, but by an Australian printer. Visiting overseas De La Rue production facilities became a regular occurrence for John and after one trip he was stopped by a Customs officer at Heathrow. On this occasion the standard documentation he carried failed to impress the officer and as currency printing plates and ink looked suspicious the officer demanded the plate box and ink be opened. It was explained that it contained specialist fluorescent ink that was also indelible and should, on no account be touched. Of course, the officer got ink on his fingers and made the situation worse by using a tissue to spread it over his hands. John smiled at this recollection. “That was a good few years ago, so I guess it has worn off by now.”

BASINGSTOKE LIONS CLUB At last we escaped sequestration and actually met for Handover. It was a pretty joyful occasion even

though social distancing was still the norm. I think a lot of the “joy” was occasioned by the fact that there was no handover whatsoever. It was very definitely a case of “stet” as far as the top jobs were concerned. But there was nevertheless cause for celebration as we welcomed Sarah Williams and Charlotte Gruntowska into the Club. Both have already proven their worth in many ways, but particularly in their support for the Fleet computer regeneration and distribution scheme. And they are full of ideas!!!! Half way through the evening our President, Tony Bamberger, was left uncharacteristically lost for words when, to universal acclaim, he was voted our Lion of the Year. It was an award very well earned. All in all we look forward to the year ahead with some optimism. Since 1992 Quiz Nights have been a good fundraiser for us. In fact we were due to have one in April at the Cliddesden Millenium Hall when the dreaded Corona Virus struck and we were forced to cancel. We (I) have been slow to exploit the potential of Zoom for this activity. But, on 1 August, we’re going to have a go. Our regulars have been as slow to react as we have, but applications are now rolling in. Should be fun provided there are no slips between cup and lip!! We are also now considering acts which we might get to perform for us at the British Legion. We have a number of groups who have given us Jazz, Motown and Rock nights there which were well supported. And it boosts the takings of the Legion (which is of course another charity) as well as ours. And the stop press news is that we will be having our next business meeting there instead of on Zoom. Yippee!!!! Remember, you too can help to make a difference to the lives of others by joining us via www.basingstokelions.org.uk

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Can you make a child happy Hospital to purchase aOne new girl, pieceaged of equipment to HER MAJESTY’S ROYAL MARINES CAME TO TOWN 8 was thrilled to receive the first doll of her own, and help with the treatment of atrial fibrillation, this with a shoebox full of goodies? With the Royal Corps of Drums and special guests

willeast meanDorset) hundreds of patients being treated in our Last year Rotary Wessex (Hampshire and The Chelsea Pensioners, the Band of Her Majesty’s local Hospital instead of having to travel to distributed fullSouthampton of goodiesortoperhaps even further afield. Royal Marines gave over their 26.000 usual shoeboxes stunning performance delight at our Annual Charity at The Moldova, children in Concert Montenegro, Albania Our thanks to all the local folks who supported this Anvil on 26th and January the Philippines who live in poverty.event To make sure these great charity causes. We and hence On the day everybody won. The Band got to perform hope you a wonderful time, and that we see you they don’t go astray Rotarians supervise the had whole to a nearly full house in our magnificent Anvil again at our concert process including volunteers going to the countries to next January. Concert Hall. 12 Chelsea Pensioners and a group of make sure the boxes get to the children. Philippines local Army Cadets were given a great day out. The boxes go to a charity set up by a Rotarian that we said: “it is the most beautiful doll I ever saw. I will dress her and take Cadets, from the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Corps know, so they will not go astray. care of her; I never had a doll before.” of Drums, all musical instrument players, were invited by the Director of music to We shadow the been told by recipients of have A 10 year old boy received a baseball cap and wore it all afternoon Marines during the band’s rehearsal. From this they shoeboxes, who have now grown showing the dispatch team saying “I look so cool.” got a feel of how it is to be part of up, a professional of the excitement with which they Military Band before they watchedwere them perform. opened and what treasured Why not get your workplace, church, club, your school, Scout, Cubs,

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Please also attach coins to the value of £1.50p to each box for Ideas below of what can you put in your box, things for: Winchester University transport will again host cost.PeaceJam this Playing - ball, skipping rope, small games, cards, dominoes, March but this year’s youth leadership development harmonicas/recorders, cars, small toys, Cuddly toy conference will be a 1 dayDrop offWeyour ‘Slam’. will box againat bethe venues below by 19th October 2020 Washing - soap, toothbrush sponsoring a group of young people from Writing - pens, pencils, sharpener, notebook, colouring book, puzzle Cranbourne School and from Whitchurch WAAG to Eden Mazda attend. This year the inspirational speaker will be Basingstoke, London Road, Old Basing, Basingstoke, Hampshire, book The audience were given an outstanding concert. The Right Honourable Stuart Lawrence the brother RG24 7JD Wearing – hat, gloves, scarf, socks, hair accessories, jewellery The Anvil itself is a Charity which received much of Stephen Lawrence, the black British teenager Itemsneeded need revenue to be new or in good/as new condition. from a nearly full house. And profit from Woolwich, south east London, who was Oakley Carpets Please liquids, sharp supported items, guns war toys was- No made for charities by or your local murdered in a racially motivated Stationattack Yard,while Andover Road, Basingstoke RG23 7HA BoxesRotary. for either Boys or Girls, ages, 1-3, 4-7, 8-11, waiting 12-15for a bus in Well Hall, Eltham on the evening Some of you are doubtless aware that we have been of 22nd April, 1993. There will be a programme of Parnell, Jory & Harvey, Just use elasticthebands to secure box soofit can be checked by supporting Ark Cancer charity your for a number development workshops and action projects Estate Agent, 5 Winchester Street, Overton, RG25 3HR customs. to your box and small print years Forms and weto areattach continuing to support thisfurther great info and covering topics such as conflict resolution and water project. lead media. by our President Alf aid on our websiteHowever and Social More drop off sites may be published McCarthy we have started a new project to help the

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Hello. My name is Debbie Veel. I am one of the Licensed Lay Ministers (LLM’s or Readers as they are sometimes known) at St. Mark’s church. LLM’s are not ordained, so we don’t wear a dog collar, but we can do much of what a vicar can do with some notable exceptions. We can’t bless the communion wine and bread; we can’t marry people nor do we baptise anyone. Interestingly enough, we can lead funerals. Other than that we preach, lead worship, prayer and mid-week groups and we are involved in the running of the church. I think of it as being a bit like being a deputy head of a school.

St Marks Church are planning to mark this unusual year with a memorial within the Church grounds. (See page 29) for more details.

I am writing this month because, as you may or may not know, the Rev. Kelvin and Jane Taylor left St. Mark’s at the end of May. They had been with us for nine years and we are sad to see them go. Many exciting things have happened in the church and community under their leadership.

For examplehave started a the messy church (very informal a short In order to we purchase stones they craft, arefood,seeking celebration and lots of fun for families of all ages 2.30pm -5pm every third Saturday); somewesponsorship enable them to supply have started doing theto fabulous ‘Open the Book’ assemblies for the Y4’sstones in the junior by school; started Saturday @ Saint Mark’s (2 Saturday of the month from to paint various community organisations within 9:30am) which is an informal chance to learn such things as your ancestry, try flower this area. If your business arranging go for walks or bike rides round Kempshott or find out aboutwould various thingsbe to doprepared with IT or further to education. Wesupport have employedhis an Outreach this Worker withandarenovated donation of £50 please get in our kitchen at church – if you have ever used the old kitchen at St. touch with theAll ofKourier Mark’s you know what state it was in! this and much(tel. more 01256 354282 or email under Kelvin’s leadership. kempshottkourier@gmail.com and we will give Kelvin and Jane are off on a well-deserved long holiday to their details on how this can be done. favourite place- the Greek islands. We wish them well, as I am sure

From time to time readers write in to the Kourier asking residents to save items for them to assist local organisations or charities. The following items are currently being collected: Supermarket Milk Bottle Tops In aid of St Michael’s Hospice, please drop off at 138 Coniston Road or Bob at 27 Old Kempshott Lane

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The Kourier will start the ball rolling by pledging £50. All businesses supporting this community project It may well be a time of change and transition for you too. You may be changing job; maybe moving house; get married; a special mention a tofuture edition. having a new will baby; getting leaving home for the firstin time go to university or to travel. There It is a time of change and transition for them and for the church.

may also be some less pleasant changes happening in your life- divorce, unemployment, bereavement.

In the church’s year, the weeks just gone still form part of the ‘Easter Season’. It was a time of transition and change for Jesus’ disciples too. They had travelled around the country with Jesus, listening to him teach and preach, watching him do miracles and healings. But they hadn’t quite understood ‘what he was really about.’

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Following on from the article last month, these are the top tips to keeping safe from malware. Protect your system Keep Anti-Virus Software up to date – irrespective of what antivirus you have, it’s important that you ensure your anti-virus software is up to date and that the pattern/signature file is also up to date. The pattern file is used by the anti-virus software to identify the viruses/malware and these files are released daily, and in some cases more often. The reason why this is so important is that new viruses and malware is discovered at the same rate. It’s a constant cat and mouse game played between the anti-virus companies and the criminals and the only chance you have at staying safe is to keep up to date. Keep your Operating System current – The Operating System is the large collection of programs and system libraries that make you computer work. This includes all the files required to make the hardware work; these are known as drivers. Most malware and viruses take advantage of bugs and errors in the Operating System or programs, like Microsoft Excel or Adobe Acrobat, to take control of your system and install malicious software to perform all types of hidden tasks. For instance, some malware tracks everything you do and then logs every key you hit on the keyboard. From this they can extract passwords and other sensitive data. As operating systems improve over time, the main vendors (Apple and Microsoft) end support for out of date systems so no longer provide bug patches. This happened to Windows 7 earlier this year so any serious issues with Windows 7 will not be fixed. Back Up Your Files – This is probably the most important aspect of any protection. Every week I am asked to recover data from a compromised system and sadly, in some cases, it’s impossible because the data has been encrypted by malware. Having a good backup also protects against physical damaged caused through accidental fluid spills or physical droppage. There are many solutions for backing up from using cloud-based disk solutions like One Drive, Dropbox, Google drive or a dedicated cloud backup like Carbonite, CrashPlan or IDrive. Whilst some people mistrust cloud solutions, it’s important to balance the solution they deliver up against loss of data. How important are those photos/documents to you? Whilst it’s possible to backup to a USB stick, most people don’t keep up the habit and should you have a fire, the computer and the memory stick will be lost. Be aware of social engineering Read emails carefully – as explained last month, phishing emails are not only becoming cleverer but also more targeted with the simple aim to garner trust. I documented how easy it was to spoof email addresses to make it look like the email is from an known associate and how easy it is to create links that go to fake websites that use real assets from real sites to further provide comfort during the misconception. Watch out for threatening emails that say we are closing your Amazon account if you don’t act. They try to convince you that if you do not respond immediately your account will be suspended or you will lose money as a result. Always remain suspicious of any email. Do not call fake tech support numbers – When browsing the web, a compromised site will often display a popup dialog saying there’s something wrong with your computer and to call this number now! It’s important to know that NO tech companies will call you, email you or text you to say there’s something wrong with your computer. And no tech companies will ask you to call a telephone number. These fake call centres only exist to scam money out of you. Do not believe the cold callers – As mentioned above, no tech companies will ever call you with problems about your computer, but some cold callers are calling for other reasons. These include fake calls from you ISP saying that your broadband is getting cut off. Others offering refunds as you’ve been overcharged. Whatever the reason, most of these call centres ask to connect to your PC to sort out the issues. NEVER let any company connect to your PC! Legitimate companies do not do this unless you have a service agreement with them. Also never provide any personal information. Whilst these people seem to know about you, this data has been purchased from illegal sites that have complied and collated data from many sources. Use strong passwords I’ve written about password many times and one issue I still see time and again is the reusing of weak password across many accounts. I understand the difficulty of having to remember different passwords so it’s quite acceptable to keep these written down in a book as this is far safer than using the same password. The reason for this is that should a hacker get hold of a list of usernames and password from a small company or website, there’s a good change that password works for your email address or other sites like Amazon. Ideally, sign up for a password manager that stores all your unique and complicated password. A service like Lastpass is only $3 per month. That’s less than the price of a cup of coffee and makes your life simpler and safer. Practice safe Browsing Firstly, always make sure you web browser is up to date as this is the first line of attack. Avoid sites with dubious content, such as porn sites and illegal downloads. Temptation is used as the bait and these sites are littered with fake links and dodgy downloads. Also, don’t assume that all sites are safe because even legitimate sites have been hacked to deliver dangerous content. Installing a browser plugin, like uBlock Origin, helps to remove a lot of bad content but can have drawbacks with some genuine sites as they use tracking cookies to work. Most importantly, if something doesn’t feel right, there’s a good change its not.

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Hello. My name is Debbie Veel. I am one of the Licensed Lay Ministers (LLM’s or Readers

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we are living in. preach, lead worship, prayer and mid-week groups and we are involved in the running of the church. I think What will it be like? What Willpeculiar it be times a promised land full of milk and honey? More time for family and of it as being a bit like being a deputy head of a school. Strange to be thinking that wefrom are a be time that will beofinthe thenatural historyworld books. People will tell to be thinking that working we are living in a living time thatinMore will in the friends? A better workStrange life balance? More home? appreciation history books. Peopleof will tell about thisjust time of pandemic justbecause, as people I amas writing this month asWorld you may orWar may not know,or theWorld Rev. Kelvin and Jane Taylor St. Mark’s about this time pandemic people tell about One, War Two, orleftthe first and our planet as a whole? More outdoor -fishing, sailing canoeing? were at the end May. had us for ninelike yearsthat. and weWe are sad to see them go. Many exciting tell about Worldmoon. War One, orhobbies World War Two, or of the firstThey man on been the with things man on the Seems very odd. things have but happened in the church and community under their leadership. moon. Seems very odd.absolutely heaving, at Dinton Pastures recently it was fortunately We areand standing on the threshold and we have comewell outspread of theout. old Apparently, order forced upon us by the For examplewe have started a messy church (very informal craft, food, a short so are many people have taken up water pursuits over this time oflike along with outdoor We standing on the threshold and we have come out of the order forced upon us bylockdown thenow…… Covid Covid 19 pandemic, waiting to see what life & old community looks things willother continue to change as we work celebration and lots of fun for families of all ages 2.30pm -5pm every third Saturday); 19 pandemic, waiting to see what life & community looks like now…… things will continue to change with and find out about our ‘new normal’. activities. we have started doing the fabulous ‘Open the Book’ assemblies for the Y4’s in the as we work with and find out about our ‘new normal’.

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themonewas fortoeach tribe placethat them the otherhad sideundertaken, of the Riverboth when they had and The cairn mark the and journey the on community physical andcrossed spiritual; to remember what Transition is unsettling and often make us feel ill at ease - It was for the disciples, it is for us at St. Mark’s The cairn was to mark the journey theto community had undertaken, both physical to this apparently, they are stillthat there. Joshua chapter verses 4-9 us event. had happened, good and bad; mark how God 4had sustained them during this time difficulty to lookJesus forward and it may welltells beand forspiritual; you.about We wonder, “What we’ll of do?” and “How weand will manage?” promisedto to remember had happened, good and bad; to mark howCairn God hadmight sustained them during this which time send hisalso disciples a ‘helper’, we call the Spirit, to guide & support them and enable them to the new what normal of the Promised Land. The have been to claim theHoly territory as theirs. of difficulty to look forwardthe to the new normal of the the Promised Land. The Cairn might also haveboth physical and spiritual; to manage and find a way through. The cairnand was to mark journey that community had undertaken,

Cairns aren't just biblical things. I am sure you have seen some for yourselves, maybe whilst on holiday.

beenwere to claimwondering the territory asabout theirs. how we could mark or remember this time of pandemic across our nation and world history We remember what had happened, goodin and bad;places, to mark howwith Godahad sustained during this time You can find as them many often story of what them they symbolise. and how we could remember aorcommunity andofoud likeacross to build a community cairn. We were wondering about how we coulditmark remember this time pandemic our nation

of difficulty and to look forward to the new normal of the Promised Land. The Cairn might also have

and worldaren't history and how we couldthings. remember it as asure community and oudseen like tosome build a for community Cairns I am youdaughter, have yourselves, maybeatwhilst on holiday. You can find This photo is my youngest putting a stone on a cairn been to claimjust thebiblical territory as theirs. cairn. them in many places, often with a story of what they symbolise. Portland Bill, nr Weymouth, last summer.

We were wondering about how we could mark or timeatofPortland pandemic across This photo is my youngest daughter, putting a remember stone on athis cairn Bill, nr our nation Our how community project is called as a community and world history and we could remember it asRemembering a community Stones. and oudWe likewant to build Weymouth, last summer. many people as possible from Kempshott and Longacre to paint a

cairn. Our community project is called Remembering Stones. We want as many people as possible stone and come and place it on the cairn at St. Mark's church. We will from Kempshott and Longacre to paint a stone and come and place it on the cairn at St. it available fromfrom the 14th of September to the 31st of of October, Mark's church. We have will have it available the 14th of September to the 31st October, so that shouldn't reallyanyone need toelse mixbecause with anyone because so that you shouldn't reallyyou need to mix with there'selse plenty of time to spread out putting them down. we will markers in place for social there's plenty of However, time to spread out have putting them down. However, distancing if you dowe happen to bemarkers there atinthe samefor time as anyone else.if you do happen will have place social distancing

We want to remember time, but same we also want to collect your stories of this time of to bethis there at the time as anyone else. pandemic- good times, bad times, people you might want to remember. This can be a story, wantortoanremember time,we but we to also collect your a poem, a painting,We a video audio file.this Ideally, want be want able totoshare your stories on our website, so that we can share the stories of this community and their experiences. If the regulations allow, stories of this time of pandemic- good times, bad times, people youlater on in the year, we'd like to have a real display in the church people could to and see and follow the stories/images etc.file. Do check our might want tothat remember. This come can bealong a story, a poem, a painting, a video or an audio Ideally, we website for more information at www.saintmarks.org.uk

ane Taylor left St. Mark’s them go. Many exciting

want to be able to share your stories on our website, so that we can share the stories of this

We stand in the middle of our metaphorical Jordan, unsure of what ourallow, futurelater willon hold, butyear, hopefully as the Israelites community and their experiences. If the regulations in the we'd like to have a real did, trusting in a God who loves us and will help us the get through the next phase of our journey. display in the church that people could come along to and see and follow the stories/images etc. Do Please join us and be part of our community history project to mark the coronavirus pandemic of 2020. Stories, paintings,

check our website for more information at www.saintmarks.org.uk

We stand in the middle of our metaphorical Jordan, unsure of what our future will hold, but hopefully


29 poems & video/audio can be sent to me, Debbie Veel at debzveel1962@gmail.com Stay safe and be blessed.

Debbie Licensed Lay Minister, St. Mark’s Church, Kempshott

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n and Jane Taylor left St. Mark’s to see them go. Many exciting St Mark’s

will continue to be open for individual private prayer between 10am and 1pm each Tuesday. You are welcome to come and pray- please take a look at the guidelines for entry which can be downloaded from the ry informal craft, front food, a page short of our website https://www.saintmarks.org.uk/welcome.htm

0pm -5pm every third Saturday); ’ assemblies for the Y4’sonline in the Our d Saturday of the month from below: ings as your ancestry, try flower us things to do with IT or further

services will also continue for the time being. If you would like access these please follow the link

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Kempshott Methodist Church Kempshott Lane

www.basingstokereadingmethodists.uk/churches/kempshott

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