Neighbourhood Network Newsletter

141 - 21st July 2017

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Police Appeals & Arrests

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Register for Lifestyle 2017 now and spend your summer making a difference

Register for Lifestyle 2017 now and spend your summer making a difference

    It’s not too late to register for Lifestyle 2017 and spend your summer making a difference in your community! Humberside Police asked some of this year’s Lifestyle teams to tell us a bit about themselves and their projects. Four friends from Scunthorpe make up the team Funky Friends who will be raising money to help make a difference …

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Rural Crime Week 15 – 23 July 2017

Rural Crime Week 15 – 23 July 2017

Events planned throughout the week Humberside Police are committed to the policing of wildlife and rural crime. To support this work, a week-long campaign to engage with rural communities, reduce crime and create safer and stronger communities will take place from 15-23 July. This week long campaign was launched by actor Nick Miles who plays Emmerdale's Jimmy King. Community police officers …

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Police with Pride - Rainbow Cars for Pride Event

Police with Pride  Rainbow Cars for Pride Event

    Humberside Police unveiled two brightly coloured police cars ahead of the first UK national Pride event in Hull on 22 July. When parked side by side, the cars form a rainbow, a symbol of LGBT Pride. The unveiling took place in Queen Victoria Square, Hull at 11am Monday 17 July and is part of the City of Culture’s Challenge …

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The body of a man has been discovered on Station Road in Howden

The body was discovered at 8pm yesterday and has not been formally identified, however it is believed to be that of missing Craig Farrow. An investigation is being carried out to determine how the man died, at this time the circumstances are not thought to be suspicious. Humberside would like to thank everyone involved in the search and particularly Yorkshire …

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Update on Joanne Hemingway murder investigation

Detectives continuing a murder investigation surrounding the death of Joanne Hemingway - following an incident in Hull’s Beverley Road on Thursday 29 June - have re-arrested two women. The arrests of the women aged 52 and 34 follow the charging of 42 year old Glenn Foster of Beverley Road, Hull in connection with the incident. Detective Chief Inspector Alan Curtis …

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RTC on Hessle Road, Hull - Cyclist named as 42 year-old Craig Beharrell

Craig, of East Hull, was involved in a collision with a truck and sadly died at the scene. His family are being supported by specially trained officers and have asked to be left to grieve in peace. Craig, an experienced cyclist, was travelling along the Hessle Road having travelled over Hessle flyover in the cycle lane in the direction of …

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Humberside Police

National crime figures out today show a reduction in burglaries in Humberside.

Crime in England and wales: year ending March 2017. Burglary in Humberside has fallen by 12% with 1,188 fewer crimes reported year on year to March 2017 according to figures released today (July 20) by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) ‘Crime in England and Wales’ report. Assistant Chief Constable Scott Young said, "The reduction reflects our work with local …

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Help us find Russell Harrison - Missing man from Bridlington

Help us find Russell Harrison Missing man from Bridlington

  Humberside are involved in searches to locate 32 year old Russell Harrison reported missing from his home in Bridlington yesterday. Russell was last seen just before mid-day yesterday when he left his home address in Hilderthorpe Rd, Bridlington and has not been heard from since. We are concerned for Russell's welfare as it is believed he may require urgent medical attention. We are …

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Events & Activities

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Celebrate the Culural Diversity of Hull with HANA

Celebrate the Culural Diversity of Hull with HANA

HANA have two fantastic events coming up over the next few weeks: Annual International Football Tournament Date: 29th July @ 11.00am – 5.00pm Venue: KCOM Astroturf Pitches, the Circle, Anlaby Road, Hull, HU3 6HU Voice of Communities Date: 12th August @ 12.00pm – 5.00pm Venue: Hull City Hall, Queen Victoria Square, Hull, HU1 3RQ For more information on how you …

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Get involved with Hull International Carnival 2017

Get involved with Hull International Carnival 2017

The organisers behind Hull International Carnival are looking for participants to take part in this years exciting carnival parade which takes place on the afternoon of Sunday 3rd September 2017.   As part of the 10 year anniversary of the Freedom Festival, they promise an extravaganza of music, dance and costumes to wow the audience, with an international touch inviting …

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Stepping Back in Time Tea Dance

Stepping Back in Time Tea Dance

Date: 26th July Time: 1 pm - 4 pm Location: Ferens Art Gallery, Queen Victoria Square, Hull. Ballroom, Latin and Sequence Social Tea Dance Come along and practice all the moves you know! Tickets are £5, and can be bought from Travel Extra in the Hull Interchange or Age UK on Porter Street For more information call Sam on 07736 …

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Sutton Village Family Fun Fair

Sutton Village Family Fun Fair

Join the fun at this great community event.   If you would like a market stall or would like to volunteer at this event, please contact Marlene on Tel: 01482 709423.

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Annual Beach and Family Fun Day 2017

Annual Beach and Family Fun Day 2017

When & Where: Friday 28th July 2017 at King George Vth Playing Fields on Cottingham Road (not Cottingham village) Official opening at 11am by the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress, Bouncy Castles, slides, funfair swings, chair-oplanes, swing gondolas, climbing wall, variety of football skills and sporting activities, face painting, animal balloon making, donkey rides, high quality ice cream, food and …

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Could your organisation help people in Hull be more resilient to floods?

Could your organisation help people in Hull be more resilient to floods?

The Environment Agency are inviting expressions of interest from voluntary, community organisations or community networks, to be involved in a pilot project to increase flood resilience within communities in Hull. The Environment Agency would like to work with a small number of community organisations in Hull to pilot an innovative approach aimed at helping people to be better prepared for …

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Training & Employment

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Humberside Police

Do you want to be a Police Officer?

Can you make a real difference? It is one of the most rewarding careers you could have and now, more than ever, Humberside Police need you to help make a real difference…. Humberside Police is changing and have ambitious plans with a bright future. They need people with a passion to serve the public and for putting people first. So... …

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Ashiana are recruiting for Female Anti- Trafficking Outreach Workers

Ashiana are recruiting for Female Anti- Trafficking Outreach Workers

Ashiana supports Black, Minority Ethnic and Refugee clients who have experienced domestic violence or who have been trafficked into the UK for the purposes of sexual exploitation or domestic slavery. We would like to recruit full-time workers to provide outreach support to victims of trafficking who are living in the wider community. The support will be provided to clients living …

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University of Hull Job Opportunities

University of Hull Job Opportunities

The University of Hull currently has vacancies for 2 x Team Leaders (cleaning), an SIS Training & Transition Officer and a Placement Officer along with many more opportunities. Click the link to view all: https://jobs.hull.ac.uk/Vacancies.aspx

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Get Involved

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Want help to make ends meet?

Want help to make ends meet?

Quids In has lots of ways to help your money go further by offering free, confidential appointments at venues across the city. They can help you to check, switch & save on your energy bills, open a bank account, check whether you’re receiving all the benefits you are entitled to, and much more! Give one of the friendly team a …

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Research trial for people who have memory loss in Hull

Research trial for people who have memory loss in Hull

Do you have memory problems or provide support to someone who does? Caregiverspro invite you to take part in a research trial looking at a new website to support people with memory problems and their families and friends. What happens if I say yes to taking part, but then change my mind? You are free to withdraw at any time …

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Have your say on the future of city finances and local health services.

Have your say on the future of city finances and local health services.

The summer People’s Panel is now open and Hull residents are invited to take part and help improve local health and city services. This survey asks for your views on happiness, mental health and the financial future of Hull. It also asks you about the future of local NHS services. To complete the survey click here. All completed surveys will …

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Annual Report 2016-17 from Healthwatch Kingston upon Hull

The latest news from 

Healthwatch Kingston upon Hull

Please find below the latest quarterly news bulletin from Healthwatch in Hull. The team will be at Hull Pride this Saturday and at Harrison Park on Hall Road on Friday 27th July, 1.30pm.  For more information on Healthwatch, please click here. http://www.healthwatchkingstonuponhull.co.uk/news/healthwatch-hull-news-issue-2 Follow the link to download the annual report or call their information and signposting line on 01482 324474, …

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Do you suffer with Back and Neck problems?

Are you over the age of 70 and would be willing to take part in some research? The Brain & Spine Foundation are looking for people who would be kind enough to share their experiences and needs in relation to Back & Neck problems and provide them with information and suggestions. If you are interested please kindly contact: NAME: Hannah …

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Neighbourhood Network Awards - 24th October 2017

Neighbourhood Network Awards 2017

Title: Neighbourhood Network Awards 2017 Date: 24th October 2017 Venue: The Mortimer Suite @ Hull City Hall Time: 6.30pm To recognise and celebrate the important part that Neighbourhood Network groups play in contributing to make their local communities safer to live, work and play, we invite nominations from groups, the public and those involved in community safety for the annual …

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Funding News

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Postcode Trust - Dream Fund launches

Postcode Trust

Dream Fund launches

Dream Fund 2018 is now open to applications from charities in Great Britain. Charities in England, Scotland and Wales are eligible to apply for funding to deliver the project they have always dreamed of, but never had the opportunity to bring to life. All applications must come from at least two charitable organisations that have joined forces to deliver an …

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Comic Relief funding - Active Ageing programme

Comic Relief funding

Active Ageing programme

Comic Relief is providing a limited number of grants for local community based organisations to enable disadvantaged older people to design, deliver and take part in opportunities to contribute to their communities. The new Active Ageing: Creating Change in Communities initiative is providing £1.5 million of funding in order to engage older people aged 65 and over from ‘harder to …

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National Lottery Awards For All – changes

National Lottery

Awards For All – changes

National Lottery have refreshed their Awards for All guidance and application process  which is now available on their website. Shortened and simplified the application form, removing all but the most necessary questions to focus more on the project ideas rather than process Removed some of the more restrictive funding policies.  One of these is the reduction of the number of people …

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Co-op Local Community Fund

Co-op Local Community Fund

The selected causes will then be live for 11 months (November 2017 to October 2018) when they can work alongside Co-op Members to encourage them to contribute more money to the fund and also develop useful relationships with them and the Co-op stores. Who’s eligible to apply for the Local Community Fund? •Registered charities •Charitable organisations registered with HMRC •Scouts, …

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Greggs Foundation – Local Communities Projects Fund

Greggs Foundation – Local Communities Projects Fund

The foundation is a grant making trust which distributes around £1.8 million per year to organisations throughout England, Scotland and Wales. The Local Community Projects Fund makes grants of up to £2,000 to not for profit organisations with a turnover of less than £300,000 a year who work to reduce the disadvantage of the most deprived people in the community …

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Big Lottery Fund Sets New Priorities

Big Lottery Fund Sets New Priorities

The Big Lottery Fund has simplified the Awards for All guidance notes, including fewer restrictions and new priorities. Grants are awarded between £300 and £10,000 to voluntary and community organisations, schools and statutory bodies in order to help improve local communities and the lives of people most in need. To be eligible for funding projects must now meet at least …

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Hull Community Development Grant

Hull Community Development Grant

Does your community need funding to get you up and running? Are you planning on organising a community event? Do you need to purchase new equipment for your group? The Rank Foundation together with Esmee Fairbairn Foundation have launched the Hull Community Development Programme Activity Grant and are looking for Hull groups to apply.  The grants are estimated to be …

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Skipton Building Society's Grassroots Giving 2017

Skipton Building Society's Grassroots Giving 2017

Skipton Building Society has been offering the Grassroots Giving scheme since it was set up in 2013 to celebrate the Society’s 160th anniversary. This year, there are 164 pots of £500 to give away to support the development of local grassroots groups from across the UK. Grassroots Giving aims to support small community groups which might not normally attract any …

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