Neighbourhood Network Newsletter

176 - 29th March 2018

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Neighbourhood Network News & Advice

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Neighbourhood Network Charity Support Officer Vacancy

Neighbourhood Network Charity Support Officer Vacancy

The Neighbourhood Network team are seeking a passionate, professional, conscientious Charity Support Officer that will aid the Neighbourhood Network Managers and trustees in achieving the aims of the charity and assist in its development and growth. The ideal candidate will have relevant experience of working within the Voluntary and Community Sector and will have previous administrative and financial experience.   …

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Police Appeals, Arrests & News

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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 …

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Badger setts damaged in two incidents in East Yorkshire

Badger setts damaged in two incidents in East Yorkshire

On 13 March someone caused damage to a badger sett near Newport, Brough.  The incident was reported to the police on 14 March and they are appealing for anyone who saw what is believed to have been four people acting suspiciously in the area that night to call them on 101 quoting log 166 14/03/18. A second incident was reported …

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Did you witness an assault on Melwood Grove in Hull on 7th March?

Humberside Police are appealing for anyone who might have seen an assault on Melwood Grove near to Sculcoates Lane at 8.30am on 7 March. Two men are alleged to have racially abused and assaulted a man in the street in an unprovoked attack. A man had left his van on Melwood Road and was walking along the road toward Sculcoates …

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Humberside Police & Humberside Fire Community Awards are looking for nominations

Humberside Police & Humberside Fire Community Awards are looking for nominations

The Humberside Police & Humberside Fire annual Volunteer awards are now looking to involve the volunteers who are external to their organisation.  If you know of an individual or community group that you would like to nominate,  complete the below nomination form and email to spocommunitysafety@humberside.pnn.police.uk Humberside Police & Humberside Fire Volunteer Awards Nomination Form The deadline for nominations is 15th …

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Don’t be tricked into withdrawing or transferring cash

Don’t be tricked into withdrawing or transferring cash

Phones scammers are using sophisticated techniques to try and con victims out of their money by sending them into banks to transfer or withdraw cash, and Humberside Police want to make sure you don’t fall foul of their tricks. They have had reports of criminals calling the public posing as police officers, from financial institutions, fraud teams, and telephone companies in …

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Bike frame recovered in drugs warrant in Hull

Bike frame recovered in drugs warrant in Hull

Humberside Police are appealing for the rightful owner of a Bianchi bike frame.  It was recovered from a house in Hull on 27th March and the Police believe it to be stolen property. If you believe this is your bike, get some proof and call Humberside Police on 101 quoting log 146 27/03/18.

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Hull: Tragic death of 15 year-old boy prompts police to issue road safety message

The tragic death of a 15 year-old boy at the weekend has prompted Humberside Police to give some timely road safety advice to young people and their parents at the start of the Easter holidays. Inspector Mark Hughes of the Serious Collisions Unit said, “This is a tragic incident where a young boy lost his life on the A63 and …

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Hull: Appeal for witnesses to an attempted rape in Hull city centre

Hull: Appeal for witnesses to an attempted rape in Hull city centre

On the evening of 1 January 2018 a woman was walking with a man who she had just met in Hull city centre. The woman has alleged that he pushed her into an alleyway on Baker Street and attempted to rape her. She shouted out for help and the suspect ran away. The victim has told police that another man …

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Humberside Police: Spat at, bitten and kicked – not in a day’s work

Humberside Police: Spat at, bitten and kicked – not in a day’s work

11 of our officers were assaulted whilst on duty last night 23rd March Five officers were injured whilst responding to reports of a woman behaving violently on Buckingham Street in Hull. One was slapped in the face, three were kicked and one was spat at. Three officers sustained injuries after going to reports of a disturbance at an address in …

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Hull: Did you see incident on A63 on Saturday 24th March?

Hull: Did you see incident on A63 on Saturday 24th March?

A 15-year-old boy has sadly died following a collision on the A63 last Saturday night. Police were called to the scene on the eastbound carriageway, on the overhead section close to Brighton Street and St Andrew’s Quay, at around 7.30pm. It is understood that the boy was one of a number of young people who were walking across the road, …

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Hull and Lincoln: Have you seen David Mcareavey?

Hull and Lincoln: Have you seen David Mcareavey?

Can you help police make sure he's safe? Humberside Police are appealing to David Mcareavey to pop into a police station and let them know he’s okay. Police are getting concerned for his safety, after he failed to attend a medical appointment on March 19. David, 49, of no fixed address, was last seen in the area of 31st Avenue, …

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Humberside Police: Help us find missing teen Nathan Llunga

Humberside Police: Help us find missing teen Nathan Llunga

Humberside Police are making a fresh appeal for help in getting 13-year-old Nathan Llunga home safe and well. Nathan was last seen on South Promenade, Withernsea, at around 3.20pm on Friday and, despite extensive searches, police have not been able to trace him. He does have links to London and the Thames Valley area, so he may have attempted to …

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Hull: Incident at hotel

Hull: Incident at hotel

A 15-year-old boy has been arrested following an incident at a hotel on Beverley Road, Hull this morning 26 Mar 2018.   Police were called shortly after 5.30am following reports a 17-year-old boy and a 19-year-old man were being held in a room against their will. Trained negotiators and armed officers were deployed to the scene and road closures put in place on …

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Events & Activities

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Humber All Nations Alliance World Cup of Football event

Humber All Nations Alliance World Cup of Football event

HANA World Cup of Football is just around the corner. This year it will take place on Saturday 26th of May 2018 at the Hull University Sports and Fitness centre, Cottingham Road, Inglemire Lane, Hull HU6 7RX. There will be more than 30 teams taking part into the competition. This annual event is traditionally attended by hundreds of people from …

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Hull and District Diabetes Support Group - Next meeting 3rd April

Hull and District Diabetes Support Group - Next meeting 3rd April

Help and support for all diabetics, carers, family and friends, existing & newly diagnosed The support group meets on the 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. …

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Do you suffer or care for someone with memory problems?

Do you suffer or care for someone with memory problems?

Butterflies Memory Loss Support Group is a group for people with memory problems, their carers and families. Activities include informative speakers, quizzes, music, drama, gardening, history and much more.  There is something for everyone as all members have a say in what activities you would like.  Our workshops aim to provide a fun activity that carers and the cared for …

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Do you suffer with a lung condition?

Do you suffer with a lung condition?

 A British Lung Foundation Support Group, the Breatheasy support group meets on the 1st Friday of the month. Come and join this informal friendly get together, meet new friends, share experiences and learn from healthcare professionals. The meetings are held at the Anlaby Park Methodist Church, Anlaby Common, HU4 7RR The next meeting will be on Friday 6th April, starting …

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Backcare Hull & East Riding branch announce their event speakers for 2018

Backcare Hull & East Riding branch announce their event speakers for 2018

For nearly 50 years BackCare has been dedicated to educating the public throughout the UK and wider afield in ways of preventing and alleviating back pain.  The charity aims to significantly reduce the burden of back and neck pain by providing information and advice to all people and organisations affected by such pain.  Backcare Hull & East Riding branch are organising …

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Employment & Training

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Neighbourhood Network Charity Support Officer Vacancy

Neighbourhood Network Charity Support Officer Vacancy

The Neighbourhood Network team are seeking a passionate, professional, conscientious Charity Support Officer that will aid the Neighbourhood Network Managers and trustees in achieving the aims of the charity and assist in its development and growth. The ideal candidate will have relevant experience of working within the Voluntary and Community Sector and will have previous administrative and financial experience.   …

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Volunteer News 2

Victim Support are looking for volunteers?

Victim Support wants to reach more communities so that victims know who they are, and how they can support them. They also want to raise funds to support their work locally, and allow them to provide more innovative services. Volunteering is a hugely rewarding experience for volunteers and the communities they work in. At Victim Support Humberside and South Yorkshire, they …

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North Bank Forum Training

North Bank Forum Training

North Bank Forum are running a series of training events specifically for groups and organisations in Hull. The following courses are available to book on: 18th April - Developing a fundraising strategy (Full day) 16th May (am) - Demonstrating social impact (Half Day) 16th May (pm) - Setting up a Not for profit organisation (Half day) 12th June (am) - …

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Latest vacancies at the University of Hull

Latest vacancies at the University of Hull

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

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Get Involved

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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 …

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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 …

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Funding News

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Stop Loan Sharks Community Funding 2018

Stop Loan Sharks Community Funding 2018

The England Illegal Money Lending Team has funding available for groups that want to raise awareness of the issues of illegal money lending. The money available has come from the proceeds of crime taken from convicted illegal money lenders.   Illegal Money Lenders, more commonly known as Loan Sharks, lend money without having the correct permissions from the Financial Conduct …

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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 …

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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 …

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