Neighbourhood Network Newsletter

199 - 7th September 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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Hull: Keyless car theft - how to protect your vehicle

Hull: Keyless car theft - how to protect your vehicle

BE AWARE OF KEYLESS CAR CRIME AND KNOW HOW TO HELP PREVENT IT HAPPENING TO YOU. A relatively new development in car technology is 'keyless entry and ignition'. This allows a vehicle to be opened and started without having to operate the key or key fob in the traditional way. Instead it emits a radio signal which will unlock the …

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New message from the National Neighbourhood Watch Network

New message from John Hayward-Cripps CEO of the National Neighbourhood Watch Network ''As promised with autumn fast approaching the work on finalising the 3 Year Strategic Plan is complete. It is now available on the website and will be sent out on Alert in the next few days. As you are aware it has been a truly consultative process with stakeholders, …

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Police Appeals, Arrests & News

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Market Weighton: ATM Damaged

Market Weighton: ATM Damaged

Officers are investigating an incident on Market Place, Market Weighton at around 4.10am today, Friday 7th September, where an ATM was damaged.   Investigations are still in their early stages and police are appealing for anyone with information that will help with their investigation to call 101 quoting log 51 07/09/18.  

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Hull: Police are looking for a suspect - 82-year-old woman robbed

Hull: Police are looking for a suspect - 82-year-old woman robbed

  An 82-year-old woman has allegedly been robbed in Hull and police are looking for information to find the person responsible. It happened on Russell Street on 5th September around midday. The woman’s bag was stolen from off her mobility walker which she was holding. It contained keys and a bank card which was later used to withdraw money from …

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Hull: Woman allegedly knocked off mobility scooter as two men arrested for robbery

Hull: Woman allegedly knocked off mobility scooter as two men arrested for robbery

  Two men have been arrested on suspicion of robbery following an incident on Albion Street on 5 September. It happened around 2.30pm as a woman who was on a mobility scooter was outside Hull Central Library. The men ran off after they had allegedly knocked her to the floor and stole money from her. The suspects, who are 49 …

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Hull: Three teenagers threatened woman on bike

Humberside Police want to find three boys who allegedly threatened a woman who was riding her bicycle near Holderness Road in Hull yesterday evening 4 Sept 2018. The incident happened around 7pm on Sherburn Street. Three suspects approached the victim, grabbed and kicked her bike, and spat at her. It was reported that one of them was carrying a bladed weapon.  …

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Hull: Attempted motorcycle theft

Hull: Attempted motorcycle theft

Humberside Police want to find two motorbike riders and two pillion passengers who allegedly tried to steal another motorbike while it was being ridden along the road by its owner. The incident happened on Boothferry Road in Hull near the Tesco petrol station around 8pm on 28 August. The suspects’ bikes pulled up on either side of the victim and …

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Hull: Drugs and money seized at address

Hull: Drugs and money seized at address

Officers have seized an amount of class B drugs thought to be amphetamines and an amount of ‘Spice’ during a warrant executed in Hull. Police attended a property on Melville Street on 4th September, and executed the warrant under the Misuse of Drugs Act. A large amount of cash as well as suspected stolen goods were also found at the …

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Hull: Four fraudsters are jailed and a fifth receives suspended sentence.

Hull: Four fraudsters are jailed and a fifth receives suspended sentence.

Today five people were sentenced at Hull Crown Court following a lengthy investigation and trail into serious mortgage frauds.  Hull men Alfred and Darren Goulbourne joined co-defendants Julie Crane, Christopher Jones and Andrew Wormstone to receive their sentences. Detective Inspector Mark Kelk from Humberside Police’s Economic Crime Unit said, “This was an extremely lengthy investigation into a very complex case …

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Reported Missing - How police respond when someone is reported missing

  Message from Humberside Police:   ''Missing people are reported each and every day in our area – whatever the circumstances we act quickly to assess the level of risk to the missing person. Some ‘low risk’ incidents can quickly be resolved with the family and the missing person is found in a very short time.  High risk missing people …

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Hull: Have you signed up to My Community Alert yet?

Hull: Have you signed up to My Community Alert yet?

Receive real time alerts and know whats going on in your local area. Have you ever seen a police car or fire engine pass by only to discover the road ahead is closed? Or heard a rumour about a run of crime in your street and wished you had known about it sooner? My Community Alert is a, free messaging …

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Events & Activities

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Hull: HERI event: The Outcomes of the Commission on Religious Education

Hull: HERI event: The Outcomes of the Commission on Religious Education

September 25 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm Join Hull and East Riding Interfaith (HERI) to hear Alan Brine (Commissioner on the Commission on Religious Education) lead a discussion on The Outcomes of the Commission on Religious Education and its implications for Inter Faith dialogue Refreshments from 4.30 and key speaker from 5 pm. RSVP and enquiries to: Secretary, HERI, Bashir …

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Transition & Permaculture Hull Film Showing

Transition & Permaculture Hull Film Showing

September 17 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm The film ‘Tomorrow‘ is a documentary film which focuses on solutions to the environmental challenges we face and has had some excellent reviews. Regarded as an optimistic film, it identifies initiatives that have proven themselves valuable in ten different countries around the world. These concrete solutions to environmental and social challenges of …

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Hull: Carer’s Picnic In The Parks

Hull: Carer’s Picnic In The Parks

September 13 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm Organised by the Carer’s Information and Support Service, Hull, this event will be held in both East & West Parks. Bring a picnic and enjoy lots of free activities – garden games, seated keep fit, music, wellbeing, crafts and much more. Carers, friends and families all welcome. If your organisation would like …

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Hull: Celebration of Older People Hull 2018

Hull: Celebration of Older People Hull 2018

October 1 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm As part of National Older People’s week (1st October 2018), Older People’s Partnership Hull and East Riding (OPPHER), for the 6th year running are hosting the Celebration of Older People event at the Britannia Royal Hotel in Hull. City residents are invited to attend the Celebration of Older People in Hull and ER event, on Monday 1st October …

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Hull: Society for Church Archaeology Conference 2018: The Commemoration of Conflict

Hull: Society for Church Archaeology Conference 2018: The Commemoration of Conflict

September 14 @ 8:00 am - September 16 @ 5:00 pm The 2018 Conference will be held at The Guildhall in Hull, the 2017 UK City of Culture, on 14-16 September, 2018. The conference will address the themes of war and commemoration in churches and churchyards, not only taking into account the centenary of the end of the Great War, …

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Take part in the Hull-timate challenge!

Take part in the Hull-timate challenge!

The Hull-timate Challenge is an obstacle course race taking place in Hull City Centre on 20th and 21st October. There will be 5km, 7.5km and 10km routes as well as a 1km children’s race It is being organised by the Living with Water Partnership with the aim of raising awareness of the flood risk to Hull and Haltemprice, and to …

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Get Involved

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Hull and District Diabetes Support Group

Hull and District Diabetes Support Group

October 2 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm 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 NHS and the City Health Care …

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Towards An Active Hull 2018 – 2028

Towards An Active Hull 2018 – 2028′ is a new draft ten year strategy from Hull City Council for increasing physical activity. It aims to empower, enable and support communities and individuals to be more active. From the most recent Active Lives survey, to achieve the same ‘active’ rate as England, Hull would require an additional 7,550 adults (aged 16+) …

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Hull: Home from Hospital need your help

Hull: Home from Hospital need your help

Urgent Help Wanted – PLASTERERS’s can you please help?  Home from Hospital has been  supporting the residents of Hull for over  24 years.  They are moving premises from Princes Ave to Lyndsey Place. They have undertaken a lot of refurbishment on a budget and are looking for a plastering gang who could give 2 days’ work at a Charitable rate …

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Love Your Street project - Hull

Love Your Street project - Hull

Love Your Street Hull City Council is undertaking an environmental standards improvement project within priority streets within the city. This exciting new project will be called ‘Love Your Street’ and will involve residents, landlords, community groups, university students, and other stakeholders all working together to make a visible difference to their communities. The Plan They have established baseline data for …

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Hull and ER Got Talent 55+ Competition

Hull and ER Got Talent 55+ Competition

October 2 @ 6:30 pm - 11:00 pm As part of the Celebration Older People Event, on Tuesday 2nd October from 6:30pm there will be a ‘Hull and ER Got Talent 55+ Competition which will see some of the city’s exceptional older people dazzle the audience with an array of skills from Ukulele playing, singing and dancing plus much more. The Talent competition …

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Hull Tenants’ Forum AGM

September 20 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm 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 and voice your opinion? Working in Partnership: Help to shape the future of Hull’s Housing Service Annual General Meeting Venue:- Guildhall, Hull, HU1 2AA.  

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Hull: Butterflies memory loss support group sessions

Hull: Butterflies memory loss support group sessions

Butterflies Memory Loss Support Group is a group for people with memory problems, their carers and families.  They organise a number of regular support groups across Hull, please see below for details and locations. 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 …

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Hull: Carer’s Picnic In The Parks

Hull: Carer’s Picnic In The Parks

September 13 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm Organised by the Carer’s Information and Support Service, Hull, this event will be held in both East & West Parks. Bring a picnic and enjoy lots of free activities – garden games, seated keep fit, music, wellbeing, crafts and much more. Carers, friends and families all welcome. If your organisation would like …

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Hull: Lung health campaign workshop

Hull: Lung health campaign workshop

The Hull York Medical School are looking for people from Hull who are over 18 years old to take part in a workshop. They are trying to find out what makes people visit their doctor, or prevents them from going, when they notice a change or a new symptom related to their breathing or their chest. They are interested in …

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Hull: Home from Hospital - Volunteers needed.

Hull: Home from Hospital - Volunteers needed.

Would you like to make a real difference by supporting someone recently discharged from hospital in your community? Home from Hospital (HfH) is a small local charity and with the help of volunteers has been supporting Hull residents on discharge from hospital for over 24years. We are offering training and support to volunteers who have the skills and time to …

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Hull: Improving Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals Outpatient Services – Patient Event

Hull: Improving Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals Outpatient Services – Patient Event

October 5 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Calling All Patients, Carers and User Groups! Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals are holding a friendly informal event to tell their patients, carers and groups more about the work to improve outpatient services. They want to ask for your views and ideas to help shape and improve outpatient services in the future. …

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Hull: Come and Visit Emmaus

Hull: Come and Visit Emmaus

Emmaus would like to invite you and your colleagues to come and visit their site on September 20th at 3pm to meet staff and companions, have a tour of the grounds and learn more about who they are and what they do. There is a lot happening in the Emmaus world…… an exciting app in the process of being made …

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Employment & Training

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Upcoming Training including Food Safety & Lone Working from Hull CVS

Upcoming Training including Food Safety & Lone Working from Hull CVS

Throughout the year, Hull CVS provides or hosts a range of short courses aimed at meeting the needs of voluntary and community groups and small businesses. Many of these courses are provided at competitive rates and they try to offer many for free. Coming soon are Food Sfety Level 2,  Lone Working and Keeping Your Staff Safe, an Introduction to …

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University of Hull- Jobs available as of 5th September 2018

University of Hull- Jobs available as of 5th September 2018

The University of Hull currently have vacancies for a Research Facilitator, Research Accounts officer & a Customer Services - Library assistant (x2 posts) 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: Nursery Practitioner – Full time, (Maternity cover) with Child Dynamix

Hull: Nursery Practitioner – Full time, (Maternity cover) with Child Dynamix

Competitive salary and holiday entitlement Based at Child Dynamix Community Nursery – Preston Road Requirements for the above post: You must be qualified to level 3 in early years/childcare. Relevant qualifications in Maths & English. Experience of working in a team and within childcare setting. Knowledge and experience of observing, assessing and planning for children’s developmental needs. Sound knowledge of …

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Volunteer News 1

Hull: Volunteering opportunity with H-CAS

Humber Community Advice Services (H-CAS), a charity based in Hull which provides advice & guidance to minority ethnic communities in Hull wishes to recruit volunteers who can support its clients with either advice; interpretation of different languages; basic IT skills; or admin skills. Full training will be provided and volunteer travel expenses reimbursed. If you feel that this is for you, …

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Hull: Chief Executive, The Humberside Group of Local Medical Committees Ltd

Hull: Chief Executive, The Humberside Group of Local Medical Committees Ltd

£55,000 – £65,000 (dependent on experience) + pension Full-time Permanent This is one of a unique group of organisations that exist across the country to represent and support GPs.  Their aspiration is to see informed, supported and empowered GPs working in thriving local practices.  This is an exciting opportunity to lead and shape the LMC through its next stage of …

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New HENRY (Health, Exercise, Nutrition for the really Young) courses in Hull

New HENRY (Health, Exercise, Nutrition for the really Young) courses in Hull

Do you have a child under 5? Would you like to: feel more confident as a parent? reduce mealtime stress? enjoy being active as a family more often? encourage your child away from the screens and TV? see your child eat more fruit and vegetables? Come along to one of these HENRY (Health, Exercise, Nutrition for the really Young) parenting …

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Free Volunteer Management Training Course!

Free Volunteer Management Training Course!

If you currently manage/support volunteers within your organisation then this course offered by Hull CVS is for you. Certa Level 3 Mondays 17th, 24th September & 1st October 2018 10:00-15:00 Cost: Free   This three day course is aimed at Volunteer Managers / Co-ordinators and organisations and voluntary and community groups which involve volunteers within their organisation. Volunteers will have different …

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Hull: Business Support Officer, The Humberside Group of Local Medical Committees Ltd

Hull: Business Support Officer, The Humberside Group of Local Medical Committees Ltd

£30,000 + pension Full or part-time (30 to 37.5 hours per week) Permanent This is one of a unique group of organisations that exist across the country to represent and support GPs.  Their aspiration is to see informed, supported and empowered GPs working in thriving local practices.  You will play a pivotal role within the organisation, providing a high quality, …

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Funding News

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Philip Bates Trust

Philip Bates Trust

Next deadline 28th Setember The Trust provides grants for individuals and voluntary and community organisations undertaking projects that encourage and develop artistic interests in young people under the age of 25. Grants to individuals are usually in the range of £100 to £300. Grants are usually up to £500. The Trustees meet three times a year – usually in February, …

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Hull: Yorkshire Focus on Funding Event

Hull: Yorkshire Focus on Funding Event

October 3 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm The Focus on Funding event will return this year in Hull. Prior years’ events have been held in Selby and Wakefield. This event is supported by the Yorkshire and Humber Funders Forum, and organised by East Riding Voluntary Action Services (ERVAS) Ltd in collaboration with a steering group made up of local …

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The Foyle Foundation

The Foyle Foundation

The Foyle Foundation is an independent grantmaking trust that distributes grants to UK charities. The Foundation does not support applications from individuals. They welcome applications from across the country and encourage applications from all areas outside London and the South East. The Foundation supports charities in three main areas: Main Grants Scheme, supporting charities whose core work covers Arts and Learning The Foyle School …

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Funding

Litter Innovation Fund

Deadline 5th October WRAP is happy to announce Round 2 of the Litter Innovation Fund (LIF).  A £450,000 programme, funded by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) and the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG). Scope and aim of the Litter Innovation Fund The overall aim of the programme is to find new ways of …

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Youth strand of the Building Connections Fund

Youth strand of the Building Connections Fund

Deadline 26th September Eligible charities and community organisations from across England can apply from 15th  August 2018 for up to £80,000 from the Building Connections Fund Youth strand, to expand or enhance their work tackling youth loneliness. Funding, delivered by the Co-op Foundation, is available for projects that support any groups of young people within the most deprived 30% areas of England. …

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Hull: Connect Well Social Prescribing Grant: Support for Housebound People

Hull: Connect Well Social Prescribing Grant: Support for Housebound People

Deadline for applications is 9am Monday 17th September 2018 applications received after that time will not be accepted. Many people may be unable to leave their homes at all, or without substantial assistance from others, leaving them isolated and excluded and vulnerable to loneliness. People may be entirely housebound due to illness; disability; frailty due to advancing age; or mental …

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The Green Hall Foundation

The Green Hall Foundation

Opens 1 March 2019 9am UK time Closes when 100 applications have been received (The cycle that opened on 1st September has already closed!) The Foundation aims to sustainably improve the lives of sick, elderly, disabled and disadvantaged people, particularly in the UK. Preference is given to those applications where the Foundation can meet a significant proportion of the funding …

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Hull: A Life Less Lonely Fund

Hull: A Life Less Lonely Fund

Deadline 12th November 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 …

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Aviva Community Fund soon open for applications

Aviva Community Fund soon open for applications

This year's round of the Aviva Community Fund opens for applications on 11th September. This fund has proved very popular in previous years, so if you've got a project that needs a bit of a boost, it's time to get your thinking cap on! The Fund uses an X-Factor style public vote system to shortlist the entries, with the highest …

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