Neighbourhood Network Newsletter

167 - 26th January 2018

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Neighbourhood Network News

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Hessle Academy - Cycle Lock Initiative

Have you received or bought a new bike as a Christmas present?

If the answer is yes, have you thought of security for your new bike? Theft of bikes is a real issue, with thousands being stolen across the Humberside area every year. This is one area where crime prevention can have a massive impact and a small personal investment can drastically reduce your chance of becoming a victim. The Neighbourhood Network …

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Police Appeals, Arrests & News

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Hull: Albert Avenue murder update

Police have confirmed that a man who died during an incident on Albert Avenue is 31-year-old Jarrad Marsh from Hull. His family have been informed. A man has now been charged with murder following the incident which occurred around 1pm on Saturday 20 January 2018. Colin Cadamartriea, 63, from Albert Avenue in Hull appeared at Hull Magistrates Court Monday morning.

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Hull: Crime prevention advice - Help protect yourselves from robbery and thefts

    Humberside are offering advice to residents to help reduce the chances of becoming a victim of robbery and theft in and around the Hull area. Detective Inspector Richard Sage from Hull Community Investigation Team said: “With the New Year well underway, lots of us are using and enjoying new purchases and gifts bought for us. “To protect yourselves …

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Humberside Police - Don’t make it easy for thieves

East Yorkshire: Warning following burglaries in the Bridlington area Please keep your doors and windows locked and your valuables out of sight. There have been a number of reported burglaries in the Bridlington area, where offenders have sneaked into homes via unlocked doors whilst the occupants of the house have either been in their home or have left their homes insecure. …

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Humberside Police support national campaign to stamp out fraud

Humberside Police support national campaign to stamp out fraud

Take Five to stamp out fraud This week Humberside Police are backing a national drive to encourage everyone to Take Five to help prevent you becoming a victim of fraud. If you receive a request to hand over (or do something else with) personal or financial information, you need to take a moment to reflect and step back from the …

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Appeal to ID man in connection with an alleged public order incident in Willerby

Appeal to ID man in connection with an alleged public order incident in Willerby

Humberside Police would like to speak to the man shown in this picture in relation to an incident which happened on the EYMS number 44 bus at 4.30pm on 10 January. If this is you or you can help the Police ID this man please call 101 quoting reference 16/13125/18.

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Hull: Three men sought after road traffic collision

Can you help police find three men they want to trace following a road traffic accident in Hull? A silver Hyundai Elantra collided with a traffic light on Freetown Way with the junction of Caroline Street around midday on 19 January 2018. The men in the car left the scene. It's not known if they were injured. The car was …

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Events & Activities

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FREE Hull Seed Swap Event at the Boulevard Village Hall

FREE Hull Seed Swap Event at the Boulevard Village Hall

The Transition & Permaculture Hull Seed Swap event will be taking place on 12th February @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm, held at the Boulevard Village Hall. All welcome – FREE event Bring your surplus seeds to swap, they will provide the envelopes for you to take away the seeds you want.  Bring seeds you’ve collected yourself, or surplus packet seeds. …

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The Great British Jumble Sale at St Ninian's Church

The Great British Jumble Sale at St Ninian's Church

Join St Ninian's church in celebrating The Great British Jumble Sale, taking place on Saturday 3rd February, from 11am until 2pm. For more information, call 07894 568458.

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Hull Tenants Forum

Hull Tenants Forum

Working in Partnership: Help to shape the future of Hull’s Housing Service Guest Speaker: City Neighbourhoods and Housing Manager 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 Tenant Participation Team on 300300 or email tenant.resident@hullcc.gov.uk …

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Hull and District Diabetes Support Group

Hull and District Diabetes Support Group

Help and support for all diabetics, carers, family and friends, existing & newly diagnosed 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 …

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Hull: Community Led Local Development Grants - Information Events

Hull: Community Led Local Development Grants - Information Events

One of 12 free information events about the new Community Led Local Development (CLLD) Grants that will be coming to Hull in the summer. If you are part of a business, voluntary and community sector group that would like to deliver a project within 4 hub areas of Hull.  Find out more by attending one of their information events. See …

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Employment & Training

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Free advisor service - Need advice and support in getting back to work?

Free advisor service - Need advice and support in getting back to work?

Probe (Hull) Ltd have a range of services available to help build confidence and provide skills to change your life for the better. If your not working and either want a job now, or to explore opportunities for going back to work in the future call 01482 705918 for more details or click here https://www.facebook.com/probe.hull.39

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Latest vacancies at Hull University

Latest vacancies at Hull University

The University of Hull currently has vacancies for a Events Assistant, Catering Assistant, Undergraduate Admissions Manager, Senior Administrator along with many more opportunities. Click on the link below to view them. https://jobs.hull.ac.uk/vacancies.aspx?cat=-1

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Registration for HEY100 is now live!

Registration for HEY100 is now live!

In 2018, a range of free leadership and mangement training is coming to the voluntary, cultural and social enterprise sectors in Hull and East Yorkshire. With five free programmes for managers, CEOs, trustees and more, these programmes will benefit you, your organisation and your beneficiaries. *A four month programme developing the key skills that new managers need to succeed. *A …

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Hull and East Yorkshire Mind vacancy: Vocational Services Team Leader

Hull and East Yorkshire Mind vacancy: Vocational Services Team Leader

Deadline 29th January (fixed term contract to September 2019) £23,500 per annum pro rata - 22.5 hours per week Hull and East Yorkshire Mind is a local charity helping people with mental health problems live fulfilling and independent lives. Using your previous employability and line management experience you will be leading an established team which supports people who access our …

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Hull: Greatfield Big Local Co-ordinator vacancy

Hull: Greatfield Big Local Co-ordinator vacancy

Deadline 2nd February Employed by: Probe (Hull) Limited (on behalf of the Greatfield Big Local Partnership) Hours: 24 per week.  Location: Greatfield Salary: Pro rata £25k pa The post holder will play a critical role in supporting the Partnership in the delivery of the Greatfield Plan (the Greatfield Big Local project is in year three of a ten year programme). …

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Get Involved

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Would you like to make a difference to the lives of people aged over fifty in Hull?

Would you like to make a difference to the lives of people aged over fifty in Hull?

Age UK Hull have a number of new roles to fill, so if you’re interested head to their website where you will find more information and details of how to apply. Closing date for all positions is 5pm, Friday 8th February. Job-share applications would be considered. •Services Manager Hours: 29 hours per week Salary: £28,000 FTE (pro rata) •Finance Manager …

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Funding News

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The Core Strength – Local Communities. Deadline 1st March

The Core Strength – Local Communities. Deadline 1st March

Comic Relief and UK Community Foundations announced a new £2 million investment into supporting small community led organisations across the UK, which will play a vital role supporting people to make positive changes in their lives and their local communities. Grassroots organisations like these have been hit particularly hard over the last few years due to the current economic climate, …

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Do you support the visually impaired? Are you looking for Funding?

Do you support the visually impaired? Are you looking for Funding?

The Ulverscroft Foundation supports projects which will have a positive effect on the quality of life of visually impaired people, or people with a print disability. Funding is channelled via recognised organisations which help visually impaired people, for example, libraries, hospitals, clinics, schools and colleges; social and welfare organisations. For more information, please visit the link below. http://www.ulverscroft-foundation.org.uk/ The next deadline for …

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Are you looking for a grant which will help to conserve and improve the environment?

Are you looking for a grant which will help to conserve and improve the environment?

The Woodroffe Benton Foundation grants between £250 and £2,000 for a range of projects including those that conserve and improve the environment. Any charitable organisation is eligible to apply for a grant, as are any educational institutions (schools, universities, etc.) whether or not they have charitable status. Smaller organisations can ask for assistance with core funding as the Trustees prefer …

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