Neighbourhood Network Newsletter

174 - 16th March 2018

---

Find the Crime Statistics for your area

Click here and enter your postcode in the 'Find your Neighbourhood' box.

Find your local policing team

Click here and click on your ward area to find the details of your local policing team.

The contents on these links are managed by Humberside Police and the Home Office.  The Neighbourhood Network has no control over the contents.

---

Neighbourhood Network News & Advice

---
False claims of Telephone Preference Service

False claims of Telephone Preference Service

Fraudsters are cold-calling victims, falsely stating that they are calling from one of the well-known UK telecommunication service providers. They call victims claiming to provide a ‘Telephone Preference Service’ - an enhanced call-barring service, which includes barring international call centres.   The fraudsters ask victims to confirm/provide their bank account details, informing them that there is a one-off charge for …

Read more.

---
Get the latest news alerts in your community from Humberside Police

Get the latest news alerts in your community from Humberside Police

Have you ever seen a police car pass by only to discover the road ahead is closed? Or heard a rumour about a run of crime on your street and wished you had known about it sooner?   Humberside Police has today launched a new community alert system to enable residents, businesses and community groups to participate in an exchange …

Read more.

---

Police Appeals, Arrests & News

---
Hull:Man died at home - Appeal to locate next of kin

Hull:  Man died at home - Appeal to locate next of kin

Humberside Police are appealing for help to find the next of kin of a man sadly found dead at his home in Hull earlier this week. Terence Broadhead (57) was found to have died at his home in Bathurst Street, Hull on Wednesday 14 March but so far no next of kin has been found. Terence’s family or anyone knowing …

Read more.

---
Hull CCTV appeal

Hull CCTV appeal

Humberside Police have an image of a man who they want to find in connection with the theft of electronic equipment in Hull. The suspect stole a digital camera from the Ferens Art Gallery in Hull around 1.45pm on 11 January 2018. He was caught looking directly at security cameras and a very clear image of him has been captured. …

Read more.

---
Have you ever thought of becoming a Police or Fire & Rescue Volunteer?

Have you ever thought of becoming a Police or Fire & Rescue Volunteer?

My name is Joy Harvie, and I am a Community Engagement Coordinator who manages the volunteers for Humberside Police and Humberside Fire and Rescue. Community Safety Volunteers assist us in a variety of tasks ranging from community engagement events to administrative work. We would match your skills/abilities and interests to our roles to make your experience of volunteering with us …

Read more.

---
Hull: Do you know this man? - E-fit image released of suspected robber

Hull: Do you know this man? - E-fit image released of suspected robber

Humberside Police have released an e-fit picture as part of a fresh appeal for witnesses to a robbery on Newland Avenue, Hull, on Thursday, February 22. The incident happened at around 11.30pm when a man standing at a bus stop was approached by the offender who threatened him with a knife and demanded money from him, before making off with …

Read more.

---

Events & Activities

---
Community forum bus will be at Walton Street on 23rd March

Community forum bus will be at Walton Street on 23rd March

Have your say at the community forum on 23rd March which will be held at Walton Street Market from 8am until 12pm midday.   Humberside Police, Hull City Council and your local councillors will be on hand to help answer any questions and raise your concerns with.

Read more.

---
New allotments for rent on Hawthorn Avenue, Hull - Information Day

New allotments for rent on Hawthorn Avenue, Hull - Information Day

In the near future a NEW development will be opened to the public in the Newington ward that will comprise of a community building and new allotments.  To publicise the allotments, an information event is being held on Friday 23rd March 2018 from 1pm to 5pm. A 'Community Bus' will be situated on Hawthorn Avenue near the junction with Bramshaw …

Read more.

---
Southcoates area - Bus Advice Day

Southcoates area

Bus Advice Day

If you live in the Southcoates area of Hull, then this is your chance to have your say to your ward Councillors, Hull City Council area team and other partner agencies.  Join them on their travelling bus on 22nd March 2018 from 11am. Bus Locations and times are as follows:    11am – 12.30pm-St Johns Church – Rosmead Street 12.45pm …

Read more.

---
Are you a Hull City Council housing tenant? If so, why not get involved in their Tenants' Forum!

Are you a Hull City Council housing tenant? If so, why not get involved in their Tenants' Forum!

Have your say and help to shape the future of Hull's Housing Services at the next Tenants Forum.  The next meeting will be taking place on Monday 26th March 2018, held at the Guildhall at 6.30pm. For more information, contact the Tenant Participation Team on Tel: 300300.

Read more.

---
Activity day organised by Friends of Hull General Cemetery

Activity day organised by Friends of Hull General Cemetery

On 24th March at 11am until 2pm, Friends of Hull General Cemetery are holding an activity day: Wild Garlic in Spring What happens at an Activity Day? At least two members of the Friends will be present. The activity days are themed and the aim is to have an expert present to guide you through the cemetery as you monitor …

Read more.

---
Do you live in North Hull? If so please check this out!

Do you live in North Hull? If so please check this out!

Please help support an amazing charity which is transforming the lives of residents who live in North Hull.   Eternal Benefits exists to make a difference in North Hull, they are on the whole a group of residents who provide services and activities which make their community a better place. No matter where you are from, what you believe or who you are, …

Read more.

---
Check out the latest 'BACK to OURS' events and activities taking place over the Easter holidays
---
Living Well With Cancer

Living Well With Cancer

The Living Well with the Impact of Cancer three week course is free and open to anyone living with cancer and their close supporter. The course shows you how to take simple steps to live well with cancer. Thursday 13, Thursday 20, Thursday 27 March 2014 10.00am to 4.00pm @ The Endsleigh Centre, 481 Beverley Road, Hull HU6 7LJ To …

Read more.

---

Employment & Training

---
Trainee Growers wanted - Learn to produce food and sell locally

Trainee Growers wanted - Learn to produce food and sell locally

Frith Farm is recruiting two volunteer Trainee Growers. The traineeship runs from 30th April to the 19th December. Trainees will work 1.5 days a week – Full day Monday and half day Wednesday. In addition there will be monthly evening tutorials and study material to follow. You will work with our Grower or Assistant Grower, learning all aspects of running …

Read more.

---
Free Trustee Training Programme

Free Trustee Training Programme

Are You A Charity Trustee Based In Hull & East Yorkshire, Or Interested In Becoming A Trustee? The current economic, regulatory and social backdrop facing charities means that now, more than ever, trustees have a critical leadership role to play. With increasing challenges facing organisations and new demands being placed on trustees, a new standard of good trusteeship is required. …

Read more.

---
Latest vacancies at the University of Hull

Latest vacancies at the University of Hull

Current vacancies at the University of Hull include Student Complaint Officer, Research and Enterprise Administrator, Senior Admissions Administrator along with many more. For more details and information on how to apply click here:  https://jobs.hull.ac.uk/vacancies.aspx?cat=-1

Read more.

---

Get Involved

---
Are you a Hull City Council housing tenant? If so, why not get involved in their Tenants' Forum!

Are you a Hull City Council housing tenant? If so, why not get involved in their Tenants' Forum!

Have your say and help to shape the future of Hull's Housing Services at the next Tenants Forum.  The next meeting will be taking place on Monday 26th March 2018, held at the Guildhall at 6.30pm. For more information, contact the Tenant Participation Team on Tel: 300300.

Read more.

---
The Spring People's Panel Survey is now open. Have your say!

The Spring People's Panel Survey is now open. Have your say!

The spring panel launches this week and Hull residents are invited to take part and help improve local health and city services. By taking part and sharing your thoughts you help Hull City Council and NHS Hull CCG tackle the city’s big questions. This survey asks for your views on: The Hull: Yorkshire Maritime City heritage project Old Town Heritage …

Read more.

---
Playing out sessions

Playing out sessions

What is Playing Out?   Playing out sessions use temporary road closures to allow children to play freely and safely in their own street.  In conjunction with the Highways department, a 'Temporary Play Street Order' is granted to allow streets to 'close' for a short period.  The street is manned by volunteer marshals who live down the street, safely allowing …

Read more.

---

Funding News

---
Apply to be a Co-op local cause

Apply to be a Co-op local cause

Deadline 8th April The Co-op Local Community Fund gives money to local causes, helping to bring people together and make a difference. To apply to be a Co-op cause you must have a project or event in mind that: •takes place in the UK or Isle of Man •doesn’t have religious or political aims (although you can still apply if …

Read more.

---
Are you part of a community group in Hull looking for funding? Check this out!

Are you part of a community group in Hull looking for funding? Check this out!

The Rank Foundation has a vital role in developing communities and inspiring leadership. Together with the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, they are inviting community organisations (with at least two signatories on the bank account) to make an application for funding to increase community capital. These include: hosting an event or activity purchasing new equipment or materials setting up a pilot project or …

Read more.

---
Good Help Awards - Deadline 18th May

Good Help Awards - Deadline 18th May

The Good Help Award will reward an organisation or team that demonstrates they are helping people transform their lives by helping them develop their sense of purpose and confidence to take action. There are three awards available – one £15,000 winner, and two £5,000 runners up. The winners of these awards will be asked to spend the money on activities …

Read more.

---
The Hull Crime Reduction Fund - Next deadline 31st May

The Hull Crime Reduction Fund - Next deadline 31st May

Administered by the Hull Community Safety Partnership (CSP), with funding from the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner , this fund is currently open for bids from community and voluntary sector groups. Groups can apply for grants of up to £10,000 The funding panel are looking for bids that focus on CSP priorities and/or the Police and Crime plan …

Read more.

---
Home Office announces new round of funding to tackle knife crime

Home Office announces new round of funding to tackle knife crime

New funding has been secured to help communities work with young people and prevent them from being drawn into knife crime, Minister Victoria Atkins has announced As part of a new step-change to tackle the threat of violent behaviour, the Community Fund – which supports community projects to work with young people about the dangers of carrying knives – will …

Read more.

---