Neighbourhood Network Newsletter

190 - 6th July 2018

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Neighbourhood Network News & Advice

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Neighbourhood Network Awards 2018 – Open for applications!

Neighbourhood Network Awards 2018 – Open for applications!

The Neighbourhood Network are pleased to announce that their annual Awards are now open for nominations! If you know of a community group or individual who has made a significant contribution to a community or a community project, why not nominate them for their achievements and give them recognition for their hard work. This year's Award categories are as follows: Community …

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New crime prevention equipment listed on the Neighbourhood Network website

New crime prevention equipment listed on the Neighbourhood Network website

We are now pleased to showcase two new crime prevention products which we are now selling on our website. Energy Saving PIR Halogen Floodlight is an ideal product to warn intruders that they have been noticed and to alert the owner to any visitors.  At just £14.00 this is a great deterrent at a great low price! Signal blocking bag's …

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Get your discounted bike lock now!

Get your discounted bike lock now!

Now that the sun is out, more of you are travelling by bike to your destinations. Don’t become a victim of cycle crime by having an insufficient lock to secure your bike. Here at the Neighbourhood Network, we are offering Hull residents the chance to purchase a Gold Sold Secure Bike lock at just £11.50 each. To take advantage of …

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Police Appeals, Arrests & News

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Hull: Wanted - Daniel Rutter

Hull: Wanted - Daniel Rutter

Can you help police find wanted man Daniel Rutter? He is wanted on a fail to appear warrant after being found guilty, in his absence, of perverting the course of justice at Hull Crown Court. He is believed to have connections in Bridlington and Hull. Authorities would urge anyone that knows his whereabouts to get in touch with police by …

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Hull: Watch out for these fake Argos texts offering refunds

Hull: Watch out for these fake Argos texts offering refunds

Beware - There are fake text messages purporting to be from Argos and claim that you’re owed a refund. The link in the messages lead to phishing websites designed to steal your personal information, as well as payment details. Such techniques are often used by fraudsters to extort large sums of money from consumers by pretending to be financial institutions, …

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Exciting collaboration between Humberside Police and Humberside Fire & Rescue Service

Exciting collaboration between Humberside Police and Humberside Fire & Rescue Service

Both Humberside Police and Humberside Fire & Rescue Service  are now both part of My Community Alert. If you're are already signed up you will need to 'opt-in' to Humberside Fire & Rescue. You can do this by clicking the red “Settings” button, filling in your name, ticking 'Fire and Rescue', clicking OK and then confirm the change by clicking …

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Hull: Woman assaulted

Hull: Woman assaulted

Investigations are underway after a woman was assaulted on Leonard Street shortly after midnight on the morning of Monday 2 July. The woman was allegedly approached by a man who assaulted her before taking her Iphone SE and running away. The woman was not injured in the incident.  The man was described as being around 30 years old, of middle-eastern appearance, …

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Hull: Alleged offences of possession of knife and theft

Hull: Alleged offences of possession of knife and theft

Man charged following arrest in Hull city centre Humberside Police have confirmed that following an arrest in Hull city centre at mid-day yesterday (4/7/18) they have now charged a 38 year old man with several offences. Police quickly made an arrest in King Edward Street in response to information that a man was in the area carrying a knife and …

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Hull: Make the right call

Hull: Make the right call

Would you call emergency services if you saw a “sad looking horse” or thought your other half was cheating on you? Believe it or not, these are just some of the calls that have been received in the last couple of weeks – many of which came through on 999. Today Police are releasing details of some of those calls …

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Hull: Man charged with drugs and motoring offences

Hull: Man charged with drugs and motoring offences

Jamie Herring, 29, from Marlowe Street in Hull has been charged with six offences following a warrant executed at the weekend. He has been charged with possession with intent to supply a class A drug (cocaine), production of a class B drug (cannabis), handling a stolen vehicle, dangerous driving, driving not in accordance with a licence, and having no insurance. …

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Hull: Three people charged following drugs raids

Hull: Three people charged following drugs raids

Last week Police seized a large quantity of the synthetic drug known as ‘Spice’ along with a substantial amount of other class B drugs, medication and cash when a warrant was executed at a house on Coleridge Street in Hull.  Since then officers have carried out further warrants at addresses across the city.  As a result of those warrants more …

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Events & Activities

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Hull: Roy Castle Lung Cancer Information Day

Hull: Roy Castle Lung Cancer Information Day

July 11 @ 9:30 am - 4:00 pm The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation are proud to host lung cancer information days across the UK, offering support and information to people affected by lung cancer. These days give patients and their families the opportunity to hear from lung cancer professionals such as oncologists, thoracic surgeons and lung cancer nurses. You …

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Hull: The Big Knit 2018 – Knitters Needed!!!

Hull: The Big Knit 2018 – Knitters Needed!!!

Could you spare some time and help a great cause? - Age UK Hull (which now includes East Riding) is once again asking you to knit hats for Innocent smoothie bottles. 25p from every bottle sold will go to Age UK Hull. Details and knitting patterns are available from the Hull office or the Age UK shops Please help them raise …

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Hull: Living With Dementia Family Fun Day

Hull: Living With Dementia Family Fun Day

As you are aware The Hull Dementia Action Alliance and the Dementia Collaborative have for the past 3 years organised an event in a local shopping centre with stalls and demonstrations of the amazing opportunities there are in Hull for families who are living with dementia to be supported with both their physical and mental health. This year they are hoping to …

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Sutton Village Family Fun Fair

Sutton Village Family Fun Fair

The Sutton Village Committee are holding their annual summer family fun fair at Barbara Robson Playing Fields, Sutton on 6th - 9th September 2018. Why not join the fun and games!!  

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Get Involved

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Open Doors - Music, Networking and Showcase Event

Open Doors - Music, Networking and Showcase Event

Open Doors are organising an exciting Music,  Networking and Showcase Event on Friday  20th July  between 11 am and  9 pm (approx.) and invite you to attend if you can please. An invitation has been sent out to organisations who work with, or support refugees  and those organisations/individuals who  are donors or responsible for funding, to allow them to showcase their interest …

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Hull Tenants Forum

Do you have any ideas on how your local area can be improved? If so come along to Hull Tenants Forum. Working in Partnership: Help to shape the future of Hull’s Housing Service Guest Speaker: Police & Crime Commissioner If you think that services could be improved or you have suggestions on how to combat problems in your area, why not …

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Hull: Tai Chi & Qigong Taster Session and Fundraiser

Hull: Tai Chi & Qigong Taster Session and Fundraiser

July 11 @ 10:30 am - 11.30am Tai Chi (Taijiquan) & Qigong are both ancient forms of exercise which originate from China. The taster session is to give people an insight into the practice of Tai Chi & Qigong incorporating mindfulness, breathing, and movement Although the Tai Chi session is Free, participants are kindly requested to make a donation to …

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Employment & Training

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University of Hull - Jobs available as at 4th July 2018

University of Hull - Jobs available as at 4th July 2018

The University of Hull currently have vacancies for a Team Leader - Student Hub, Inclusivity Officer, Catering Assistant along with a variety of others.  There are also opportunities for temporary staff. For more information contact Temporary Staffing Services, e-mail: TSS@hull.ac.uk, tel: 01482 466477 Click on the link below to view all available opportunities. https://jobs.hull.ac.uk/vacancies.aspx?cat=-1

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Hull: Cornerhouse Hull Vacancies

Hull: Cornerhouse Hull Vacancies

Cornerhouse (Yorkshire) provides a range of services aimed at supporting young people on a range of issues including sexual health, CSE and emotional health. The organisation is looking to recruit to the following posts: Peer Education worker ReachOut Project – Street based outreach worker Sessional workers for Sexual Health outreach Details for each post are outlined below:  Peer Education Worker …

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Hull: Family Support Worker with Child Dynamix

Hull: Family Support Worker with Child Dynamix

They are looking to recruit a highly motivated and skilled professional to join our Family Support team working from Little Stars Children’s Centre. The successful candidate will specifically champion the needs of children and their families through a range of services and support. Family Support Worker 30 hours per week Salary SCP 21 – 24, £10.95 – £11.94 per hour …

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Funding News

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Funding

Lloyds Bank Foundation – Invest and Enable

Application window re-opens on 27th August Every year the Foundation make grants to hundreds of small and local charities, investing in their work helping people overcome complex social issues across England and Wales. They provide long-term funding for charities with a proven track record of helping people achieve positive change. They understand that sometimes the most life-changing charities may not …

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Hull: A Life Less Lonely Fund

Hull: A Life Less Lonely Fund

This Fund is designed to help voluntary organisations, community groups and small charities that operate in York, North Yorkshire, Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire.  The fund provides  grants of up to £5,000 for charitable activities that make older people feel less lonely. Priority will be given to projects that can demonstrate that they will make a lasting difference to …

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Hull: The Hull Crime Reduction Fund.

Hull: The Hull Crime Reduction Fund.

Next deadline 31st August 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 …

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Two Ridings Community Foundation – #iwill Fund

Two Ridings Community Foundation – #iwill Fund

Deadline 17th September Grants are available for community groups working in York, North Yorkshire, Hull and East Yorkshire for projects which engage young people in ongoing regular volunteering or demonstrate how another youth-led method will be as effective at engaging young people in social action. For further information or to apply please click the link below https://www.trcf.org.uk/grants-youth-social-action-fund

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The Road Safety Trust

The Road Safety Trust

Next round opens September 2018 The Road Safety Trust has been created to contribute to improvements in safety on the roads of the United Kingdom through support for research into road safety and for the development of practical measures and trial or demonstration projects, whether through education, engineering or enforcement, aimed to reduce death and injury to all road users. …

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Dunhill Medical Trust.

Dunhill Medical Trust.

The Trust have three funding schemes available for community-based organisations who work directly with older people who need some form of extra support to make everyday living that bit easier. There are three funds: Project grants from £5,000 to £40,000 for projects lasting up to 36 months. Building and physical infrastructure grants of £5,000 to £100,000. Capability development grants of …

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Greggs Foundation Local Community Projects Fund

Greggs Foundation Local Community Projects Fund

The Greggs Foundation is based in Newcastle Upon Tyne and is closely associated with Greggs plc. The Greggs Foundation is a grant making charity which improves the quality of life in local communities, distributing around £3 million per year to charitable organisations throughout England, Scotland and Wales. The Foundation uses the money raised from the 5p levy on carrier bag …

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Funding

The Lady Neville Charity

If you are a registered charity or not-for-profit organisation, you may be able to apply for a one-off capital grant of up to £1,000. The Lady Neville Charity is pleased to welcome applications from registered charities or not-for-profit organisations in the UK whose total annual income is less than £100,000, and the total project cost is less than £10,000. Organisations applying must …

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Peter Cruddas Foundation

Peter Cruddas Foundation

This Foundation gives priority to programmes designed to help disadvantaged and disengaged young people to pursue pathways to Education, Training and Employment with the ultimate aim of helping them to become financially independent. Preference will be given to the support of projects undertaken by UK registered charitable organisations (currently not CIC's or Social Enterprises), in England and Wales only, for …

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Friends of the Elderly

Friends of the Elderly

Friends of the Elderly aims to alleviate the worry and stress that living on a low income can cause. This small grant service provides one-off grants and regular allowances to those who have reached state retirement age and are struggling to cope on a low income. The grant allowance has been increased to £300 per applicant. They aim to make …

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