Neighbourhood Network Newsletter

224 - 15th March 2019

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Neighbourhood Network News & Advice

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Scam Awareness Workshops

Scam Awareness Workshops

Come along and join us here at the Neighbourhood Network and take a stand against scams! Learn from Amanda, the NatWest Community Banker, on how local people are being affected by scams and the sophisticated techniques that are being used to get information from you and learn how you can protect yourself. The Neighbourhood Network will be hosting two workshops, …

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Police Appeals, Arrests & News

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Nineteen-year-old charged with possessing a flick knife

Nineteen-year-old charged with possessing a flick knife

A 19-year-old man has been charged with three separate offences in connection with an incident on Adelaide Street in Hull in January. These include possessing an offensive weapon - namely a flick knife - in a public place, robbery, and possessing a class B drug. Thomas Wharton, 19, from Fewson Garth in Hedon has appeared at Hull Magistrates Court today. …

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Hull: Libby Squire - New video released

Hull: Libby Squire - New video released

A new video showing a happy and smiling Libby Squire singing in a car with her family has been released today – six weeks since she was last seen in Hull. The footage shows Libby in the passenger seat of the car being driven back to university in Hull in April 2018. Her two sisters and brother are in the vehicle with …

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Hull: Knife seized and two men arrested in suspected stolen car

Hull: Knife seized and two men arrested in suspected stolen car

Last night roads policing officers were alerted to a suspected stolen car that was being driven through Hull. The car was stopped on Sutton Street around 8.45pm on Wednesday 13 March and the vehicle was searched. A 12-inch long kitchen knife and wire cutters were found inside and seized. An 18-year-old man from Manchester and a 44-year-old man from Hull have …

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Hull: Persistent offender charged

Hull: Persistent offender charged

A 52-year-old man who targeted vulnerable people in Hull with a con to take money off them has been jailed for forty weeks. Carlos Bent from Kings Bench Street in Hull has also been given a 3-year Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) at Hull Magistrates Court for his behaviour and offences committed in Hull city centre. He would approach people asking …

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Hull Woman Admits Manslaughter

Hull Woman Admits Manslaughter

A Hull woman has admitted killing her neighbour Susan Atkinson at her home on The Ryedales in October last year. Mrs Atkinson was sadly found dead in her garden on Sunday, October 21. She had suffered a severe head injury. Appearing at Grimsby Crown Court today, Sherry Moore, 55, also of The Ryedales admitted to her manslaughter on the grounds …

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Hull: Remand for 24-year-old charged with 12 offences

Hull: Remand for 24-year-old charged with 12 offences

A 24-year-old man has been remanded back into custody following his appearance at Hull Crown Court this morning (Monday 11 March). Pawel Relowicz of Raglan Street, Hull, made his first appearance at Crown Court in connection to five offences he was charged with last month (Sunday, 10 February), including one count of voyeurism, one count of outraging public decency and …

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Hull: Samurai sword, drugs, and cash amongst items seized from property

Hull: Samurai sword, drugs, and cash amongst items seized from property

Officers who were carrying out routine checks for a wanted individual in Hull today have seized a number of items from a property they visited in the Great Thornton Street area. Crack and heroin thought to be worth around £1,500-£1,600, more than £800 in cash, other drugs thought to be ecstasy and amphetamines along with controlled drugs including Valium were …

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Hull: Teenager charged with attempted GBH and possessing a weapon

Hull: Teenager charged with attempted GBH and possessing a weapon

A 17-year-old boy has been charged with possessing an offensive weapon in a public place - namely an iron bar - and an attempt to cause GBH with intent following an incident in Hull.  The boy, who can’t be named because of his age, was charged in connection with the incident on Hall Road on Friday 8 March during which a …

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Operation Sceptre – National Knife Surrender 11-17 March 2019

Operation Sceptre – National Knife Surrender 11-17 March 2019

Message from Humberside Police:- Humberside Police along with other forces are again next week supporting Operation Sceptre – a national knife crime campaign which aims to reduce the number of people, especially young people, carrying a weapon. Superintendent Joanne Roe is once again leading Op Sceptre in Humberside Police: “No one needs to be reminded of the dangers of knife crime after …

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Events & Activities

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The Social Enterprise Fayre

The Social Enterprise Fayre

Join them in the iconic Hull Minster for a day of social enterprise inspiration, information, and social shopping Popup market Buying social is about using your money, as an individual or an organisation, to create a positive impact on the world we live in. When you buy from a social enterprise you are choosing to spend your money with a …

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Hull: Messy Church play session

Hull: Messy Church play session

Trying to entertain the kids? Then why not go for a FREE messy play at St. Margaret's Welcome Centre - all ages welcome.

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Hull: Sight Support Low Vision Exhibition

Hull: Sight Support Low Vision Exhibition

Friday 22nd March 2019Venue: Sight Support HEYTime: 10am - 3pm This event offers the opportunity to meet and talk to equipment and services suppliers from across the country and find out about the latest visual aids and equipment to help people deal with the practical problems of everyday life with sight loss plus gather information and advice about other support …

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Hull: Understanding Dementia for carers event

Hull: Understanding Dementia for carers event

Butterflies Memory Loss Support Group is holding a  number of support forums aimed at helping you understand and cope with the changes you are facing when caring for a loved one with dementia. This will consist of 4 sessions over a period of 6 weeks looking at: Communicationunusual behavioursupport networkswhat is dementia?making your home dementia friendlyhow past experience can cause a …

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Hull: Butterflies Memory Loss Luncheon Club

Hull: Butterflies Memory Loss Luncheon Club

*Next Week*Thursday 21st March 2019Come join the group at Butterflies Central at 2nd Floor, Alfred Gelder Street.This months activity is, Springtime! Arts & Crafts £5 per person - They hope to see you there!

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Hull: We Made This 'Make and Display' sessions

Hull: We Made This 'Make and Display' sessions

If your looking for something 'crafty' then why not join We Made This at Fred Moore library every Thursday between 3 and 5pm for a 'Make & Display' session. We believe they'll be making flower garlands for #WeMadeThisSpring again. They hope to see you there!

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Hull: Tree grafting course with Constable Community Allotment

Hull: Tree grafting course with Constable Community Allotment

Have you ever wanted to learn how to graft fruit trees? Constable Community Allotment are putting on a one-day course- 'Learn how to graft fruit trees' with a local expert. It's taking place on Sunday 24th March 10am - 3pm. £15 per person (Concessions available) Places are limited, so book early. Bring a packed lunch. Contact lausannet@yahoo.co.uk 07816 141169 to …

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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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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 Money

Hull Money

Hull Money is a broker website in Hull offering alternatives to; high cost loans; savings accounts; bank accounts and weekly payment stores. Hull Money has two aims: 1) They want to make sure that no resident is forced to use expensive and exploitative credit due to lack of alternatives2) They want to help residents of Hull to save money Through …

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Hull: Have your say on NHS services!

Hull: Have your say on NHS services!

The Government is investing £20 billion a year in the NHS as part of the NHS Long Term Plan. The public are being asked for their views about how services could be improved. They will also be asked to share their ideas on how people can live healthier lives and what improvements they think could be made to help people …

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Hull: How are you? Free personalised Health Quiz

Hull: How are you? Free personalised Health Quiz

Without knowing it, by the time we reach our 40s and 50s many of us will have dramatically increased our chances of becoming ill later in life. Whether we are eating the wrong things, drinking more than we should, continuing to smoke despite everything we know, or just not being active enough, all of these small things can add up …

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Hull: St. Margaret's new drop in sessions

Hull: St. Margaret's new drop in sessions

A new drop in session had now begun at St. Margaret's Welcome Centre. Why not pop along and see whats going on - open to everyone and all welcome.

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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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Employment & Training

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University of Hull current vacancies as of 13th March

University of Hull current vacancies as of 13th March

The University of Hull currently have the following vacancies for a senior sales co-ordinator, x 2 general sports assistant & x 2 cleaners (14 hrs & 4 hrs), along with a variety of others.  Click on the link below to view all available opportunities. https://jobs.hull.ac.uk/vacancies.aspx?cat=-1

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Hull: Vacancies within Child Dynamix

Hull: Vacancies within Child Dynamix

- Lead Youth & Community Worker - x2 Part-Time Nursery Practitioners - Nursery Practitioner (SEND) - Senior Family Support Worker - Supply Nursery Practitioners For an application form and further details on any of these positions please click here https://www.childdynamix.co.uk/work-for-us or contact the reception team on 01482 221425 or Jane Lambert - Child Dynamix, 95 Preston Road, Hull, HU9 3QB  …

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Hull: Job Vacancies at Sight Support

Hull: Job Vacancies at Sight Support

Sight Support Hull & East Yorkshire currently have two vacancies: Casual Driver/Activity Coordinator SS - Job advert Casual Driver 2019Download Social EYES Co-ordinator SS - Job advert SocialEYES Co-ordinator 2019Download For more information, please contact Gill Wright on Tel: 01482 342297 or by email gillw@sightsupport.org

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Funding News

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Asda Foundation Grants for Local Community Projects (UK)

Asda Foundation Grants for Local Community Projects (UK)

The Asda Foundation is committed to developing stronger, better connected, sustainable communities across the UK. The Significant Local Community Projects programme allows colleagues to nominate initiatives which will make a real long-term difference, benefiting the wider community and transforming communities to improve lives locally. Awards are typically made to projects where: The charity or good cause has developed a relationship …

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The Wakeham Trust

The Wakeham Trust

The Trust like to help projects that are small scale and would find it hard to get funding from big trusts. It is privately funded and doesn’t appeal for funds, so can take risks and support unpopular causes in ways that big charities find hard to do.   The Trust is entirely run by volunteers, so running costs are low. They …

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The John Ellerman Foundation Grants

The John Ellerman Foundation Grants

The John Ellerman Foundation aims to advance the wellbeing of people, society and the natural world. Support is available for charitable work in the arts, environment and social action. The funding provider is keenly aware of the connections between these areas and their effects on each other and on people’s health and happiness. They prioritise UK-registered charities with an income …

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Healthy Heart Grants

Healthy Heart Grants

Thanks to Heart Research UK’s partnership with Subway® they can offer Healthy Heart Grants of up to £10,000 to community projects that focus on heart health and promote healthier, happier longer lives for everyone. They are available for new, original and innovative projects that actively promote a healthy heart and help to prevent, or reduce, the risk of heart disease …

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Funding

Veolia Environmental Trust Accepting Applications

Funding for constituted not-for-profit organisations that are within five miles of an operating Veolia site in England. Veolia Environmental Trust offers grants of between £10,000 and £75,000 for capital improvement projects at a single site with discrete start and end dates. Match funding of at least 10% is required. Successful applicants will need to pay 10% of the awarded amount …

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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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