999 should only be used when:
Callers who use mobile phones to dial 999 should be aware that due to the different base stations used by phone companies, the call may be answered by a police operator in another part of the country. If you have to make an emergency call from a mobile phone please tell the operator immediately where you are phoning from so that your call is dealt with by the appropriate police force.
For incidents that require an immediate police response. An operator will make a 999 call on your behalf.
101 should be used for non-emergencies such as:
Avon and Somerset Constabulary website.
Freshford Neighbourhood Watch covers over 250 properties. Please send your details to the Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator using the Contact Us page, and your local NW Contact will be in touch.
In an emergency call 0800 111 999Can you smell gas? Feeling ill? Headaches... nausea... dizziness? Badly fitted and poorly serviced gas boilers, cookers and fires can cause gas leaks, fires, explosions and carbon monoxide poisoning.
In a gas emergency act quickly and take the following safety steps:
In an emergency call 0845 600 4 600
For further advice visit Wessex Water .
In an emergency call 0800 072 7282
Use this number to report a power cut or a dangerous situationFor tips on safe use of electricity in the home, visit the Electrical Safety Council
To report an issue to B&NES visit http://www.bathnes.gov.uk/reportit