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20th April 2018
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Why not give a ‘Like’ to our Facebook Page?

The Neighbourhood Network’s main Facebook Page is regularly updated and is a ‘go to’ page for community safety […]
13th April 2018
Hessle Academy - Cycle Lock Initiative

Have you recently bought a new bike?

If the answer is yes, have you thought of security for your new bike? Theft of bikes is […]
23rd March 2018

Neighbourhood Network Charity Support Officer Vacancy

The Neighbourhood Network team are seeking a passionate, professional, conscientious Charity Support Officer that will aid the Neighbourhood […]

Find a group near you

The Neighbourhood Network supports a variety of local groups, all with a community safety interest.

If you are interested in making contact or joining an existing group in your area such as a Neighbourhood Watch Group or Resident Association, please select the geographical area you require from the drop down menu. This will then take you to the mapping section, which will list all of the Neighbourhood Network's registered groups within the area selected.

If you would like to make contact with any of our registered groups, please contact the Neighbourhood Network direct.

Who We Work With



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Hull City Council
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Humberside Police
Humberside Fire & Rescue
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Neighbourhood Watch
Hull Community Safety Partnership
Hull Community Safety Partnership

FAQ's

Who can join?
Any group of people with an interest in community safety can join the Neighbourhood Network. You can be informal, or you can be formally constituted.
How many members does a group need to have?
The smallest group at the moment has five members, and the biggest has over 700. It is not difficult to start a neighbours group to join the Network.
Do I have to be from Hull to join?
As long as you reside in Kingston Upon Hull then you are welcome to join!

Testimonials

  • Thanks for putting us in the newsletter, it's awesome, I looked at it last week and wanted to say THANK YOU! :) 

    Chloe Hart
    "Quids In" project, Hull & East Riding CAB
  • Thank you for advertising Kingston Wesley’s jumble sale.  We had a great day and managed to reach many people and hopefully helped them via our value for money goods.

    Margaret Cranwell, Kingston Wesley Church
  • I really appreciate all your continued efforts and support to me and my team at Bransholme.

    PC Stephen Hepworth, Humberside Police
  • A big thank you for all your help at the Health & Wellbeing days over the last few weeks.  Without your support and help on the days, it would have been very difficult and very little information to promote and cascade to residents.
    Claire Champlin, Health & Wellbeing Manager, Pickering & Ferens
  • Thank you for all you have done on the Newland Avenue Business Watch.  I think the newsletter looks amazing, I cannot thank you both enough for the help you have given me in setting this up.

    PCSO Wayne Mellors
  • Congratulations on a very successful first Awards evening for you both. Keep up the great work!

    Thomas G Martin
    High Sheriff of the East Riding of Yorkshire 2016-17
  • Neighbourhood Network is a great example of community groups and third sector organisations coming together in the common interest of community safety.

    Judges comments - Made in Hull for the People of Hull WINNER 2016
  • Thank you to you both for organising the Neighbourhood Watch event last night, I have just managed to deal with the goody bag, WOW!

    Cllr Mary-Rose Hardy (East Riding) & NHW Co-Ordinator
  • Sarah from Neighbourhood Network presented her role and gave examples of community achievements she has been involved in, which inspired the group to move forward. The group would like to thank Sarah’s inspirational input.

    Friends of Garrowby Orchard