Update for Edward Griffith
The funeral for Edward Griffith is at 3.00pm. Friday 27 April 2018
at Amber Valley Crematorium Derby Road, Swanwick, DE55 1BH
and the funeral directors are G. Gilbert, 2 Kingsway Court, Kirkby
in Ashfield NG17 7BB.
There will be refreshments after at the Alfreton Golf Club.
Donations to the Alzhiemers Society and the British Heart Foundation
via the undertaker or at the Service.
Edward began his police career as a constable at Liverpool in 1950
after completing his National Service. He later moved to Coventry
and the West Midlands before being attached to a Police Training
Centre. He went to Derbyshire Police in 1977 for 3 years and then
to Nottinghamshire Police as an Assistant Chief Constable from
where he retired in 1990.
It is with sadness that we have to inform you of the death of Edward
Griffith, 86 years of age, a retired Polce Officer.
The funeral is at 3.00pm. Friday 27 April, 2018 at Alfreton Crematorium.
There will be refreshments after at Afreton Golf Club.
Edward was an Assistant Chief Constable for Nottinghamshire Police from
1980 until he retired in 1990
Unfortunately we do not have any further details at this time but will
circulate them as soon as we get them.
From CEO Wakefield
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The Funeral will take place at St Mary Magdalene Church, Keyworth not Ruddington all other details are correct.
This may be useful to some members (perhaps newly retired who are seeking a part time job). I have been with Bairstow Eves in Beeston since I retired 14 years ago and I have found the role of an ‘accompanied viewer’ both enjoyable and rewarding. This advert relates to the city centre branch. The car allowance is 45p per mile plus any other expenses incurred e.g. parking.
Viewing Agent Wanted for 4 days a week
Must have car and full clean driving licence.
Please contact Lindsey Wileman on 01159 476591
Or email on Lindsey.firstname.lastname@example.org
I have been in contact with Keir, they inform me they are using the codes issued to them in March by HMRC.
Before contacting Keir please check on your recent pension advice that Keir are using the same code that your were notified by HMRC.
To obtain your code you can contact HMRC direct on 0300 200 3300 using your unique reference from your pension advice should start 507/*******.
If HMRC tax code is different to the one on your pension advice request that HMRC notify Keir of the correct coding and an adjustment will be made on next months pension
If you were notified by electronic means of your Code you will need to log onto the government gateway with your own unique reference.
Please do not contact Keir direct they cannot make any adjustment they have to wait notification from HMRC before any adjustment is made.
I have just received the following email, sadly it is one of a number and I do not see how Kier has got it so wrong this month.
“I’ve just received my April pension advice from Kier and on checking found the tax code used did not match that of the HMRC notification I received in March. I’d already checked to make sure the HMRC code was correct for my income. I called HMRC who confirmed that the had notified Kier of my correct tax code and are going to contact them again so that Kier can correct my code and tax deductions in Mays pension. With the incorrect code Kier have used I’d be paying too little tax and could have ended up with a tax bill in the future. I don’t know if the mistake by Kier to my tax coding is something that affects just me of whether it might affect other police pensioners so this is a message for all to check their HMRC tax notification against that used by Kier so as to stop others from underpaying tax or even overpaying.”
It made be that you have paid too much tax or too little you need to check
Secretary, Notts NAPRPO