Neighbourhood Network Newsletter

192 - 20th July 2018

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Neighbourhood Network News & Advice

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If you haven't already watched the NN'S Big Lottery Inspiring Stories Film...Take a look - we hope it inspires you!
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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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Helpful Loneliness & Vulnerability toolkit

Helpful Loneliness & Vulnerability toolkit

This week the Neighbourhood Network team have been working through the really useful tool kits available to use on the National Neighbourhood Watch's 'Our Watch' website. The link below features some great information on Loneliness & Vulnerability and the adverse effects it can have on peoples health, both mental and physical.  There are some really interesting facts and useful information …

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Great new game teaching children how to stay safe online!

Great new game teaching children how to stay safe online!

New Thinkuknow game and website for 8-10 year olds Thinkuknow are delighted to announce that Band Runner – the fun new runner-style game for 8-10 year olds – is now live on the Thinkuknow website.   The game features some familiar faces: Sam, Alfie and Ellie from the Play Like Share animations are continuing their adventures and helping children to  …

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Great location for a new member visit!

Great location for a new member visit!

Today the NN Team met with new allotment group member to discuss NN membership, connect them up with the local PCSO responsible for the site and to deliver the NN trial camera to collect images of those uninvited guests! It was great to meet on site to discuss their new community plot ownership, ideas and hopes for the scheme. The …

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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: Have you seen missing teenager Ellis Evans?

Hull: Have you seen missing teenager Ellis Evans?

Can you help Humberside Police find Ellis Evans (14) missing in Hull and believed to be in the North Hull area? Police are concerned for his safety as Ellis, who is 5ft 3ins tall and of slim build with short dark brown hair, has been missing for several days. Ellis also goes by the name “Birmingham” due to his distinctive …

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Rise in people seeking help for domestic abuse during the World Cup

Rise in people seeking help for domestic abuse during the World Cup

  Humberside Police received 1822 calls related to domestic abuse during the World Cup, an increase of 10% on the previous 4 weeks. The greatest number of domestic abuse related calls during the World Cup came when England faced Sweden in their quarter final on Saturday 7th July. Of the calls we received that day 90 were related to domestic …

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Hull: Appeal for help to recover stolen digger

Hull: Appeal for help to recover stolen digger

  A Takeuchi red and grey mini digger was stolen in a from a construction site on Partington Drive in Hull on 2 July.  The digger carried ‘Yorkshire Plant' logo.  It was loaded into a white van, with what are believed to be false plates, and taken from the site. If anyone has information that would help the investigations please call …

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Hull: Wanted for breach of bail - Mahfuzur Tarafdar

Hull: Wanted for breach of bail - Mahfuzur Tarafdar

  Humberside Police want to find 31-year-old Mahfuzur Tarafdar from Hull for a breach of his bail conditions.  He was bailed from court to an address in Sheffield last week but now cannot be traced. It is believed he now may be in the Hull area against the terms of his bail. If you’ve seen him, or have any information …

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Humberside Police: Working to reduce crime and keep you safe

Humberside Police: Working to reduce crime and keep you safe

Quarterly crime statistics published today Assistant Chief Constable Chris Noble today responded to the publication of the latest quarterly crime statistics, for the period ending March 2018. He said: “Nationally, there continues to be an increase in overall recorded crime figures.  There has been an increase in the Humberside Police area, albeit slightly lower than the national average.  As outlined …

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Hull: Prolific speeder banned for 10 years

Hull: Prolific speeder banned for 10 years

A1079: Average speed cameras catch same driver speeding dozens of times over months 41 year-old Jaroslaw Mista of Anlaby Road in Hull appeared at Hull Magistrates Court on Wednesday 11 July.  Facing nearly 20 charges for speeding offences on the A1079.   Jaroslaw Mista had been detected on the average speed cameras which were installed along the A1079 on 2016. …

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Hull: Burglary at auto repair garage

Hull: Burglary at auto repair garage

Police are investigating the burglary of a garage on Malton Street in Hull overnight between 6pm on 11 July and 7am on 12 July. Three cars were stolen during the burglary.  The cars, a Vauxhall Corsa, a Mini and a Ford Fiesta were stolen along with computer equipment, vehicle repair and mechanical equipment. The three cars have since been recovered …

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Hull: Do you know this man?

Hull: Do you know this man?

Police need your help to identify the man in this picture. They would like to speak to him in connection with an incident which happened on 20 June 2018 on Maybury Road in Hull. If you can help identify him please call 101 quoting log 83 20/06/18.

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Events & Activities

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Like the idea of a celebration where everyone has the freedom to show off their true colours? Then Hull Pride is the place to be!

Like the idea of a celebration where everyone has the freedom to show off their true colours? Then Hull Pride is the place to be!

Pride in Hull 2018! Like the idea of a celebration where everyone has the freedom to show off their true colours? Then this is the place to be! Starting with a spectacular parade starring street artists and specially commissioned performances from Back to Ours, alongside everyday heroes from local organisations and you, if you want to take part! The parade leaves Hull College …

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Hull: New Craft workshops and Mental Health sessions at Lonsdale Community Centre

Hull: New Craft workshops and Mental Health sessions at Lonsdale Community Centre

Come along to the Lonsdale Community Centre and enjoy a range of new crafting afternoons - all welcome! Or if you feel you would benefit from some taster sessions on 'Healthy Mental Health' then just pop along and see what is available to benefit you.                          

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Hull: Tai Chi & Qigong Weekend Seminar 2018

Hull: Tai Chi & Qigong Weekend Seminar 2018

3rd-4th November This years seminar is an opportunity for enthusiasts of all levels to come and learn and practice the arts Taijiquan and Qigong This years seminar will be taught by Master Tary Yip of Deyin Taijiquan GB who we welcome for the first time Master Tary Yip is Chief Instructor of Deyin Taijiquan GB and Vice President of the …

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Get Involved

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Friends of Hull General Cemetery activity day

Friends of Hull General Cemetery activity day

Friends of Hull General Cemetery are holding an activity day: Cemetery Trees in Autumn  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 the area and do a spot of …

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Hull Tenants Forum - Come along and share your thoughts

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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Employment & Training

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Jobs available within The University of Hull as of 18th July 2018

Jobs available within The University of Hull as of 18th July 2018

The University of Hull currently have the following vacancies for a Head of Finance, a Student support & administration assistant and an assistant to the Executive Officer, 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 …

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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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The Weinstock Fund

The Weinstock Fund

The Weinstock Fund was originally established by the late Lord Weinstock in 1962 for general charitable purposes and is a grant-making trust with which he was actively involved until his death in 2002. It was wound up in December 2012 and a successor charity with similar aims created in its place. The deed of charitable trust allows the Trustees absolute …

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The Blakemore Foundation

The Blakemore Foundation

The Blakemore Foundation is a charitable trust established by the Blakemore family to support good causes across their trading area. Organisations eligible for donations include: Social Clubs/Community Groups Sports Clubs Schools/Education Medical/Research/Hospitals and Health Family/Support/Housing/Care Hospices Emergency Services/Armed Forces Environmental Causes The Blakemore Foundation offers four types of grant: Match Fund Donations – Donations for causes supported by employees of A.F. …

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Arts Council – Developing your Creative Practice Fund

Arts Council – Developing your Creative Practice Fund

Round 2 opens on on 12 July 2018. Developing your Creative Practice is a new development fund designed to support independent creative practitioners to ensure excellence is thriving in the arts and culture sector. This fund will create more pathways for individuals, from a range of creative practices and backgrounds. Funding activity: Research and development opportunities, building new networks, creating …

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Hull: The Hospital Saturday Fund

Hull: The Hospital Saturday Fund

Next deadline 10th September for large grants; 8th October for standard grants The Hospital Saturday Fund is a registered charity whose aims are to provide assistance through its charitable funds for: Individuals with a medical condition or disability who would benefit from assistance with the purchase of specialised equipment or from practical forms of treatment Registered health charities such as …

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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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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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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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