Neighbourhood Network Newsletter

222 - 1st March 2019

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Neighbourhood Network News & Advice

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Hull: Neighbourhood Network cycle lock partnership initiative

Hull: Neighbourhood Network cycle lock partnership initiative

This week we are really pleased to have connected with Albert Avenue Baths, Beverly Road Baths and Costello Stadium. All 3 sites have agreed to take an amount of stock of our Gold Sold Secure Double Locking bicycle locks. These locks are available to purchase from the centres for the reduced price of £11.50. You can also purchase online here …

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Neighbourhood Network Health MOT update.

Neighbourhood Network Health MOT update.

This week we had Hannah from ICE Creates delivering free NHS Health Checks on behalf of Hull City Council. This was a great success and we had many users turn up and take advantage of this scheme bringing a service to people that may not be able to readily access support from their GP's. Many thanks Hannah.

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Police Appeals, Arrests & News

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Hull: Teenager charged with a dozen offences across Hull

Hull: Teenager charged with a dozen offences across Hull

A 14-year-old boy from Hull has been charged with twelve separate offences in the city ranging from theft of motorbikes and cycles, to driving offences and threatening behaviour. The teenager who cannot be name for legal reasons has been charged with five counts of theft, two of attempted theft, taking a motorbike without consent, going equipped to steal, threatening behaviour, and driving …

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Hull: Investigation into assault reveals no evidence of any offence

Hull: Investigation into assault reveals no evidence of any offence

Officers investigating reports of an assault on Beverley Road, Hull, earlier this week have today issued an update into the investigation. Chief Superintendent Phil Ward said: “Detectives have carried out a full and thorough investigation into a report that a woman was assaulted at around 2am on Tuesday 26 February. “We have found no evidence that any offence was committed …

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The Citizens’ Academy

The Citizens’ Academy

Humberside Police are offering an exciting opportunity to learn about what the police do and see first-hand the day to day working of the Police Force. The Citizens’ Academy will offer a selected group of people a unique insight into how the different departments within Humberside Police work to protect people from harm, and improve the quality of life for the …

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Hull: Police searches on the Humber Estuary

Hull: Police searches on the Humber Estuary

Police teams and NPAS are carrying out searches in and around the Humber Estuary today. The searches follow a report of what was believed to be a body in the water yesterday at around 1.45pm. Extensive searches were carried out yesterday into the evening with assistance from the Coastguard, NPAS and Search and Rescue teams, however there have not been …

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Events & Activities

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Hull: Breeze Cycle Rides for Women

Hull: Breeze Cycle Rides for Women

Breeze cycle rides are free rides for women, led by a volunteer leader (Breeze Champion). The rides are designed to encourage women to take up, or return to, cycling There are free women-only fortnightly on Tuesdays from 6:30 to 7:30 pm at the Ennerdale Cycle Track. Everyone welcome. The track is particularly suitable for women getting back into cycling or …

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Sight Support Easter Fayre

Sight Support Easter Fayre

March 9 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm More than 30 craft and gift stalls with a stunning array of fabulous gift ideas for everyone on your Easter gift list. Everything from food, crafts, clothing, toys and much more! Plus tombola & refreshments. Fun for all the family! Admission 50p adults, children FREE. (All proceeds to support local people with sight …

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Hull: Mothers Day lunch at The Freedom Centre

Hull: Mothers Day lunch at The Freedom Centre

Mothers Day is fast approaching and The Freedom Centre are holding an extra special event in aid of @alzheimerssoc on Mothers Day. The event is being held on Sunday 31st March between 12-4. There will be entertainment from Gary Marsden for you for the afternoon, along with bingo and a brilliant raffle with some amazing donated raffle prizes. Prices are …

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Get Involved

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Hull: Be part of SHANKED IN THE CITY hip hop musical drama

Hull: Be part of SHANKED IN THE CITY hip hop musical drama

In the Summer Ph Church in Hull will be performing our new ANTI-Knife crime Hip hop musical drama starting in Hull and travelling the country. SHANKED IN THE CITY a real life story, hard hitting and is guaranteed to highlight the issue of knife crime but also provides some answers No More Knives. They are looking for Budding #Actors #Musician …

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Hull: Hessle Road Network need volunteers

Hull: Hessle Road Network need volunteers

The Network need volunteers for their Network Attic – a new and used shop on Massey Street. Not just a shop, it’s an information point and lots of isolated local residents often just pop in for a chat and a cuppa. For more information contact Jo on 01482 606077, or pop in to collect an application form

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Headway Hull and East Riding is looking for volunteers

Headway Hull and East Riding is looking for volunteers

Headway, the brain injury association, is a Charity set up to give help and support to people affected by brain injury.  Headway Hull and East Riding is run by a small committee of volunteers, some of whom are professionals or have had an injury themselves or are a family member or a carer; providing a monthly coffee meet and socials. …

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Hull: Market Engagement Event Supported Living Services

Hull: Market Engagement Event Supported Living Services

March 13 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Provision of Supported Living and 16-25 Vulnerable Young People’s Accommodation and Support through the Dynamic Purchasing System for Hull City Council Care and support providers, Registered Social Landlords and housing providers are invited to attend this event which will outline Hull’s housing, care and support approach for vulnerable people. The event will …

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Hull Tenants’ Forum

Hull Tenants’ Forum

March 12 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Working in Partnership: Help to shape the future of Hull’s Housing Service Guest Speakers: Landlord Service Manager and Housing Tenancy Managers If you think that services could be improved or you have suggestions on how to combat problems in your area, why not come along to the meeting? For more information please contact the …

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Hull: Patient Involvement Workshop

Hull: Patient Involvement Workshop

March 6 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm Stroke, Neurology and Complex Rehabilitation Local NHS organisations in the Humber area are working together to review hospital services with a view to making improvements to services across a range of specialties. To support this work, they are holding a patient involvement workshop and would like to involve as many current and …

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Hull and District Diabetes Support Group

Hull and District Diabetes Support Group

March 5 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm 1st Tuesday of the month 7:00 pm-9:00pm NO Joining Fees and NO Subscription Fees Guest Speakers: Consultants, Diabetes Nurses, Chiropodists, Pharmacists,  Opticians,  Dieticians and many more Health Care Professionals For more information please Telephone Pauline 805854;  Ron 376544; or  Lionel  844933. Supported by Hull & East Yorkshire NHS and the City Health Care …

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Hull: Introducing Thornton Befrienders

Hull: Introducing Thornton Befrienders

Supporting isolated people to connect with their community This project from the Goodwin Development Trust, funded by the Connect Well Hull Social Prescribing grants, aims to provide long term one to one or group support tailored to meet the needs of socially isolated individuals on the Thornton Estate. Anyone, regardless of status, ethnicity, age or gender who may feel socially …

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Hull: The Carer’s Information and Support Service Sing and Support Group

Hull: The Carer’s Information and Support Service Sing and Support Group

The Carers’ Information and Support Service (CISS) based at Calvert Health Centre, on Calvert Lane, are inviting carers, their families and friends to join them in their new ‘Sing & Support’ group, inclusive of all ages and singing abilities. Guaranteed to leave you with a smile on your face. The sessions will start on Starts 28th Feb 2019 and will …

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Employment & Training

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Hull: Vacancies with Child Dynamix

Hull: Vacancies with Child Dynamix

Deadline 13th March 2 x Nursery Practitioner – 27.5 Hours per week, temporary contracts to be reviewed end of summer term 2019 1 x SEND Support Practitioner 11 Hours per week, temporary contract to be reviewed end of summer term 2019 Requirements for all nursery posts: You must be qualified to level 3 in early years/childcare.Relevant Maths & EnglishExperience of …

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Hull: Charity Co-ordinator with Downright Special

Hull: Charity Co-ordinator with Downright Special

Closing date: 6th March 2019 Salary: £3933 p.a. (£8.40 p.h) + travel expenses Hours of work: 12 hours per week, term time only. Can be worked flexibly but must include Fridays. Downright Special is a charity, established in 2007, which provides support to children with Down syndrome across Hull and East Yorkshire. They now have a vacancy for a Charity …

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University of Hull current vacancies as of 27th February 2018

University of Hull current vacancies as of 27th February 2018

The University of Hull currently have the following vacancies for a Temporary General Assistant, a Sport & Fitness Centre Receptionist and an Assessment and Progression Officer, along with a variety of others. For further information on these and many more vacancies please click here https://jobs.hull.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=CA0191

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Funding News

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Asda Foundation: Significant Local Community Projects

Asda Foundation: Significant Local Community Projects

The Asda Foundation wants to have a strong reputation for managing, co-ordinating and delivering programmes which really make a significant difference to local communities and the people who live there. The criteria are Identified opportunities, initiatives and new ways to support local communities;Charity/good cause has developed a relationships with local the local store or home office at a grassroots levelTackling the underlying …

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Asda Foundation: Local Impact Funding

Asda Foundation: Local Impact Funding

The Local Impact fund is to support those smaller local initiatives to help you support your community. Community This is about supporting your local community, bringing people together, supporting events which will benefit the wider community or supporting local groups with events/initiatives which will have an impact locally. Community Carnivals/FetesCommunity Clean Ups (Excluding Litter Picks)Community EventsExcludes fundraising events. Elderly The …

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Hull: WHSmith Community Grants

Hull: WHSmith Community Grants

Next deadline 31st March The funding is generated following the introduction of compulsory single-use carrier bag levies by the Welsh, Scottish, Northern Irish and English governments. WHSmith donates proceeds from the compulsory carrier bag levies to charitable causes. Some of the funds donated to the Woodland Trust to support its tree-planting programme for schools. Other funding is donated to the …

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Bright Ideas Fund

Bright Ideas Fund

Next round opens on 26 February 2019, and closes on Tuesday 9 April 2019. Do you have a bright idea? The Bright Ideas Fund supports new community business ideas through the start-up and planning stages with tailored business support, to the implementation stage with grants of up to £15,000. The Bright Ideas Fund is funded by Power to Change, the independent trust supporting …

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Hull Aid in Sickness Trust

Hull Aid in Sickness Trust

The Hull Aid in Sickness Trust is a small local charity whose objective is the award of grants for items or services which will provide a benefit to the health and wellbeing of people who are in need, and who are sick, convalescent, disabled, handicapped or infirm.The Trust was established to aid only those who reside in the City and …

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Hull and East Riding Charitable Trust

Hull and East Riding Charitable Trust

Next deadline 20th April Grants are available to registered charities and charitable organisations for any charitable purposes the Trustees think fit within the Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire area. Although no minimum or maximum level of grant is specified, grants of between £100 and £10,000 have been awarded in the past. The Trustees are unlikely to support the total …

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WREN: FCC Community Action Fund

WREN: FCC Community Action Fund

Deadline 13th March  The FCC Community Action Fund offers funding of between £2,000 and £100,000 to projects which fall within WREN policy and the Landfill Communities Fund. WREN will accept applications for the provision, maintenance or improvement of the following types of public amenity:  Village Halls and Community CentresPublic Play AreasPublicly available Multi use games areas, skate parks and BMX …

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