Monday, 30 December 2019

The Definitive Guide to Internet Privacy & Online Security

The Definitive Guide to Internet Privacy & Online Security is another helpful web site that I urge you to read.

This guide offers lots of helpful information such as:

  • An excellent introduction to online privacy, including facts and information about who is tracking your personal data, and useful tips such as the 8 key steps you can take to keep your mobile and tablet devices safe when you’re using them online.
  • Extensive information for protecting yourself against phishing scams and fake sites, as well as advice about the threat of malware, viruses, worms, trojan horses, ransomware and many more potential hazards.
  • Useful advice on social media safety and security for everyone, including important steps parents should take to keep children safe when using social media and the internet.
  • Other practical and useful tips and resources to help keep your online privacy and personal data safe online.

Monday, 9 December 2019

Protecting Yourself Against Identity Theft & Fraud

I have added a link to a very useful web site guide.

The guide covers key topics such as:

  • Information on the most common ways people’s identities and personal information are targeted and stolen online, including key warning signs that you might be a victim of fraud (e.g. loss of services on your utilities or unexplained payments coming out of your account).
  • Eye-opening stats about identity fraud: Did you know that in 2018 alone there have been 82,608 cases of fraud as a result of card details being cloned? That 95% of fraudsters directly pretend to be their victims? and that under-21s and over-60s are those most commonly targeted age groups for online fraud?
  • How to prevent identity theft: The top advice here includes safeguarding techniques like regularly changing your password, using two-factor authentication and avoiding public wi-fi among other useful resources.
  • The guide also looks at the impact of identity theft on mental health. Some startling figures reveal 60% of people feel extreme anxiety after being a victim, while 42% feared for the safety of their family members.
The link can also be readily found via

Sunday, 1 December 2019

Christmas at Stourhead 2019

Why not visit Stourhead between now and 30th December
Click HERE for all the details.
FAQs can be seen HERE
There is a charge to enter but FREE car parking.

  • What are the prices for Christmas at Stourhead?
  • All ticket prices apply to National Trust members and non-members.

  • Adult - ADVANCE £18.00 - ON THE DAY £20.00

  • Child (3-16 years) - ADVANCE £12.00 - ON THE DAY £14.00

  • Family* - ADVANCE £56.00 - ON THE DAY £64.00

  • *Family ticket: 2 adults and 2 children (aged 3-16). Children under 3 and carers go free.

  • All orders are subject to a single transaction charge. For tickets booked via SEE Tickets: £2.00 per transaction for print at home tickets and £2.50 for tickets sent by first class post.