Neighbourhood Network Newsletter

143 - 3rd August 2017

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Police Appeals, Arrests & News

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Update on murder investigation - Leonard Street, Hull

Humberside Police were called around 3pm on Wednesday 26 July to reports of a disturbance on Leonard Street in Hull. Sadly 35 year old Steven John Cawthorn, who sustained fatal injuries, later died in hospital. Humberside Police can reassure people that they are doing everything they can to identify and apprehend all those involved and to establish the full circumstances …

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Man dies following road traffic collision in Brandesburton

Humberside Police are appealing for witnesses after the death of a 42-year-old man who has died from injuries sustained in a road traffic collision in Brandesburton on Friday 21 July. He was driving a heavy goods vehicle which overturned on Catwick Lane, Brandesburton shortly before 3.30pm on Friday 21 July. He was taken to Hull Royal Infirmary by the air …

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Fatal road traffic collision on A1033 east of Patrington

Humberside Police were called shortly after 5am on Sunday 30 July to reports that a car had left the road on the A1033, one mile east of Patrington. The driver of the silver Audi A4 sadly died at the scene.  The man has not yet been formally identified.  It is not known what time the collision occurred and we are …

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Road Traffic Collision on Hull Road in Hedon

Humberside Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward in connection with a serious road traffic collision on Hull Road in Hedon. A 30 year old man ( a pedestrian) sustained serious, life threatening injuries when he was in collision with a heavy goods vehicle and trailer on Hull Road in Hedon, near to the Saltend flyover just before 6:30pm …

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Did you witness an assault on Greenwood Avenue, Hull?

Did you witness an assault on Greenwood Avenue, Hull?

Humberside Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was pushed off his moving cycle on Greenwood Avenue at the junction with Ellerburn Avenue, Hull at 5.40pm on Tuesday 25 July. A 57-year-old man was cycling along the road when an unknown person on a motorbike approached him from behind and allegedly kicked the victims bike as they passed. This …

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Bransholme 'burglary hotspot' Sees 38% Fall In Thefts Featured Image

Crime Prevention Initiative on The Garths in Hull

A day of action took place in Ringstead Garth, Abingdon Garth, Binbrook Garth, Cosford Garth on Monday 3 July as part of an ambitious long-term crime prevention initiative aiming to make 2,500 homes safer in the Garths of Bransholme, Hull. The local Community Policing Team, Community Safety Volunteers and representatives from Hull City Council, Humberside Fire and Rescue Service, Riverside …

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Humberside Police

HORNSEA RESCUE DAY 2017 - Sunday 6 August 10am-4pm

Located on the South Promenade, Hornsea (just near the Police station), Hornsea Rescue Day 2017 is a family fun day hosted by Hornsea Inshore Rescue, our local independent lifeboat. You will find over 25 different emergency services and teams on display, triple the size of the event in 2016. There will be demonstrations, activities, uniforms to try and plenty of vehicles …

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National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) warns on fake tax rebates

National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) warns on fake tax rebates

Humberside Police are warning people to be aware of general tax or council tax rebate cold caller scam. In the scam, fraudulent cold callers posing as council officials or other professionals are making telephone calls and sending text messages in order to convince potential victims they are due a tax rebate, when in fact this may not be the case. …

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Events & Activities

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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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Free disability sports sessions at Peter Pan Park, Hull

There will be free disability sports sessions taking place at Peter Pan Park starting next week, w/c 1st August 2017. These sessions are aimed at young people with disabilities, aged 10 years and upwards and their families. These sessions are delivered by Freedom KDC in partnership with The Tigers trust. Booking is advisable. A free lunch is available but booking …

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City of Culture - 6 weeks of summer guide

City of Culture - 6 weeks of summer guide

The City of Culture, Six Weeks of Summer guide helps you and your family plan fun and creative activities during the summer holidays. With weekly challenges and plenty of events to attend, their guide shows you there’s something new to do every single week in Hull and it doesn’t have to break the bank. Whether it’s tasting flavours from around the …

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Foraging, Folklore & Flowers Walk at Noddle Hill Nature Reserve, Hull

Foraging, Folklore & Flowers Walk at Noddle Hill Nature Reserve, Hull

Down to Earth would like to invite you along to their forthcoming Foraging, Folklore & Flowers Walk on 6pm on Thursday 10th August at Noddle Hill Nature Reserve, meeting at  Noddle Hill Playing Fields car park A relaxing nature walk to find out about the history, myths and practicle uses of a variety of native plants growing in the city. …

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Hedgerow Jam and Foraging Walk at Loglands Nature Reserve, Hull

Hedgerow Jam and Foraging Walk at Loglands Nature Reserve, Hull

Down to Earth would like to invite you along to their forthcoming Hedgerow Jam & Foraging Walk on 6pm on Thursday 13th September at Loglands Nature Reserve, meeting at Hardington Close car park off Frome Road A friendly woodland walk to learn more about edible wild plants growing all around us and collect all that you need to make the …

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Training & Employment

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Humberside Police Recruitment

Humberside Police Recruitment

Do you want to be a police officer? And why not? It is one of the most rewarding careers you could have. Targeting criminals, protecting people you know, in the community where you live. Every day making a real difference and going home feeling totally fulfilled. But... have you got what it takes? Do you have courage, empathy, determination?  Are you …

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Find the latest University of Hull job opportunities

Find the latest University of Hull job opportunities

The University of Hull currently has vacancies for a Careers Advisor, 2 x Commis Chef, Finance Assistant  and other Admin positions along with many more opportunities. Click the link to view all: https://jobs.hull.ac.uk/Vacancies.aspx

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HEY Mind Wellbeing Worker Vacancy

HEY Mind Wellbeing Worker Vacancy

Wellbeing Worker Up to £18,645 per annum dependent on experience 37 hours per week based in Hull Are you passionate about mental health recovery? Do you have experience working with young people? Are you looking for an opportunity to develop and progress? This is an exciting opportunity for someone who ideally has a health related degree as there are opportunities …

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Get Involved

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Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service is the highest award given to local volunteer groups across the UK to recognise outstanding work done in their own communities. It was created in 2002 to celebrate the anniversary of The Queen’s coronation. It is the MBE for volunteer groups. Any group doing volunteer work that provides a social, economic or environmental service …

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The Voice of the Communities concert at Hull City Hall

The Voice of the Communities concert at Hull City Hall

The Humber All Nations Alliance (HANA) invites you to celebrate diversity in people and in music at this special concert featuring bands, musicians and choirs. With a packed line-up of choral music, gospel and much more, the concert will take place from 12pm until 5pm on Saturday 12th August at Hull City Hall, promoting mutual respect amongst different cultures and …

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Why not volunteer with the Macmillan team in Hull!

Why not volunteer with the Macmillan team in Hull!

Macmillan Specialist Care at Home Team are offering volunteering opportunities! The time you give as a volunteer makes a big difference whether it is 1 hour or more … it can be days , afternoons, after work or weekends ! If successful  after a DBS check and 2 satisfactory references we :- ·         Will offer receive full training – for …

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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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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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Masonic Charitable Trust Grants

Masonic Charitable Trust Grants

The Trust’s Community Support give grants for charities help people experiencing poverty and disadvantage, sickness and disability or barriers to education and employment. Grants are available for: Financial Hardship Health & Disability Education & Employability Social Exclusion & Disadvantage Hospices Air Ambulances Disaster Relief Lifelites For further information, please visit their website here.

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