Neighbourhood Network Newsletter

202 - 28th September 2018

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Neighbourhood Network News & Advice

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Let's share your good news!

Let's share your good news!

Calling all members! We would love to hear any good news you would like to share with us. Do you have an event coming up? We could help spread the word. Has your event been successful? We would love to share this triumph. No matter how big or small, it all makes a positive difference in your community. Send us …

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Hull: Allotment groups beware!

Hull: Allotment groups beware!

The Neighbourhood Network have been made aware of a large number of Allotment thefts across the Hull area.    Newland Allotments have reported thefts from over 20 plots, this includes tools and produce being stolen with damage to crops also taking place.  Also in the last week National Avenue Allotments have also report thefts.  We are currently supporting allotments with …

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Neighbourhood Network Awards nomination deadline has now been extended!

Neighbourhood Network Awards nomination deadline has now been extended!

You still have time to nominate a group or individual for the Neighbourhood Network Awards 2018 as we are pleased to confirm that the deadline has been extended. Due to a change in judging panel dates, we can now extend the deadline for all nominations, so if you haven't had chance to complete a nomination form, now is your chance! …

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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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Hull: Garden Village event

Hull: Garden Village event

Our lovely members from Garden Village Neighbourhood Watch group have recently attended a Heritage weekend at their club house. In attendance were their local East Hull Community Policing Team handing out shed alarms & locks with almost 100 given out over the weekend to help promote community safety, Neighbourhood Watch groups and the work communities can do together.  They also …

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Hull: Successful litter pick

Hull: Successful litter pick

On Thursday 20th September there was an organised litter picking clean up arranged on Foredyke Green. Neighbourhood Network working with Kingswood Residents Association and with support from the Hull City Council meant that this clean up was very successful and huge amounts waste were removed from in and around the pond. Great work for the benefit of the community. Well …

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Police Appeals, Arrests & News

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Hull: Missing Man Steven Kilby

Hull: Missing Man Steven Kilby

Can you help authorities find missing man Steven Kilby? He was last seen at around 5.45pm yesterday in the Chanterlands Avenue area of Hull. He was last seen wearing dark coloured jacket with a zip, a black Lacoste t-shirt, grey jogging bottoms and black trainers. If you have seen Steven, or know where he is, please call 101 quoting log …

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Beverley: Man arrested following two burglaries

Beverley: Man arrested following two burglaries

A 44 year-old man has been arrested in connection with two burglaries in Beverley’s Toll Gavel. Police had reports of an alarm activated at a fish and chip shop and then an outdoor clothing store at around 10pm on 26 September. One of Humberside Police's newly recruited officers was first on the scene and saw the suspect leave the back …

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Hull: Did you witness this incident on Beverley Road?

Hull: Did you witness this incident on Beverley Road?

Did you witness an assault yesterday ( Tuesday 25 September) on Beverley Road, Hull close to Blundells Corner around 9:45am? A 15 year old boy who was walking with a friend close to Blundells Corner states he was approached by a tall, white man who bumped into him causing him to fall to the floor.  The suspect then allegedly kicked …

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Hull: Burglary and damage caused to flat on Scale Lane

Hull: Burglary and damage caused to flat on Scale Lane

Police want to speak to the man shown in these CCTV images in relation to a break in and damage caused to a flat on Scale Lane on 11 September. If you can ID him please call on 101 and quote reference 16/96000/18.

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Hull: Robbery at bookmakers

Hull: Robbery at bookmakers

Following a robbery on Monday 24 September Humberside Police have released two CCTV images of a man they want to speak to in connection with the incident. On Monday a man went into the book makers on Anlaby Road in Hull.  He made threats and assaulted a female member of staff during the robbery and a quantity of cash was …

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Hull: Two arrested following warrant

Hull: Two arrested following warrant

A large amount of suspected drugs were recovered in a warrant executed on Boulevard, Hull on Friday 21 September.  A man and a woman were arrested on suspicion of possession of drugs with intent to supply, both have been released under investigation whilst enquiries continue. 

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Hull: Robbery on Perran Close - Did you see anything?

Hull: Robbery on Perran Close - Did you see anything?

An investigation has been launched into a robbery on Perran Close, Bransholme, Hull at around 11pm on Saturday 22 September.  It was reported that a man was approached by four teenage boys who allegedly assaulted him before stealing cash from him.  The teenagers were all described as white, around 5ft 7ins tall, of slim build and wearing black clothing. One …

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Hull: Did you see anything that will help police with their enquires?

Hull: Did you see anything that will help police with their enquires?

Police are appealing for witnesses to a road traffic collision which happened at around 10pm on Saturday 22 September 2018. An 18 year-old hull man, who was riding his bike, suffered a serious head injury when he collided with a car on the A1033 Hedon Road, between King George Dock and Marfleet Lane. If you saw this collision or saw …

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Hull: Alert- Fake TV Licensing Refund Offers

Hull: Alert- Fake TV Licensing Refund Offers

Watch out for these fake TV Licensing emails. We’ve seen a sharp increase in reports about fake TV Licensing emails claiming to offer refunds. The emails state that the refund cannot be processed due to “invalid account details”. The links provided in the emails lead to phishing websites designed to steal personal and financial details. Always question unsolicited requests for …

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Events & Activities

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Hull: Humber All Nations Alliance Ltd. upcoming Fashion show event

Hull: Humber All Nations Alliance Ltd. upcoming Fashion show event

All welcome to come along and celebrate Hull's multicultural diversity at this event.

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Hull: Older People’s Partnership Hull and East Riding (OPPHER)

Hull: Older People’s Partnership Hull and East Riding (OPPHER)

October 5th  OPPHER  will  be  holding  a  celebration  event  for  older  people  (55+) as  part  of  the  International  Older  Peoples  Celebrations October  2018. This will  include a folk dance workshop in the morning and a tea dance workshop and dance in the afternoon. All Free! OPPHER  has  held  similar  events  in  Hull  over  the  past  5  years  in  Hull  and  they  have  …

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Hull: Tai Chi & Qigong Weekend Seminar 2018

Hull: Tai Chi & Qigong Weekend Seminar 2018

November 3 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm 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 …

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Hull: Countryside Health Walk

Hull: Countryside Health Walk

October 5th 2018 Mystery walk – Celebrating Older People Week Pick up point for all walks is Hull Truck Theatre To purchase a ticket to secure your place on a walk please go to: Age UK – Porter Street, Hull Telephone number – 01482 324644 NO TICKET NO WALK –  COST £6 Unfortunately the Walks are not accessible for wheelchairs or …

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Hull: George Cooke Singers & Music Group

Hull: George Cooke Singers & Music Group

October 5 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm 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 can enjoy together and provide a new talking point …

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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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Hull: Sight Support - Rocking in the Aisles Concert

Hull: Sight Support - Rocking in the Aisles Concert

Friday 28th September 2018 Venue: St Mary's Church, Lowgate, Hull Starts: 7.30pm Quiet Riot Arts have arranged a massive charity gig in aid of Sight Support Hull and East Yorkshire featuring some of the top local musicians. This evening features performances from The Mighty and the Moon, Elwhaeko, Jackson D and Geoff Green & the Carousels. These acts perform at …

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Get Involved

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Active Humber Conference

Active Humber Conference

October 19 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm You are invited to a morning of discussion and networking at 10am on Friday 19th October at the Forest Pines Hotel, Scunthorpe. This event will look at exploring these priority groups further and looking ahead at working together to #GetHumberActive. Both Dr William Bird (MBE) and Scott Hartley are confirmed as speakers …

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Hull: World Homeless Day

Hull: World Homeless Day

October 10th @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm Join Emmaus Hull and East Riding to promote World Homeless Day Promoting World Homeless Day is an opportunity to recognise the impact of homelessness and how it is being tackled by local communities Timetable for the day: 10 – 2 Interactive workshops and information stands from various Providers and agencies 1 – …

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Hull: Sight Support update

Hull: Sight Support update

Sight Support has been supporting local people with sight loss since 1864. Finding out you have sight loss can be a scary experience and leave you feeling alone and anxious about the future. However, you are not alone. For over 150 years, Sight Support, formerly HERIB, have been helping people across Hull and East Yorkshire with visual impairments to live …

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Hull: James Reckitt Library Trust Seeks New Trustee

Hull: James Reckitt Library Trust Seeks New Trustee

Deadline 15th October A vacancy has arisen for a trustee to join the Board of the James Reckitt Library Trust.  The Trust, which is an independent body regulated by the Charity Commission, controls and manages a charitable endowment established by Sir James Reckitt in 1892.  This endowment exists to help develop public library provision throughout the city of Kingston upon Hull.  …

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Hull City Council Logo 4

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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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: 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: 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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Employment & Training

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Hull: Welfare Adviser – Connect Well Hull

Hull: Welfare Adviser – Connect Well Hull

Deadline 11th October Based in Hull at the Wilson Centre 37 hours per week. Permanent (1 full time post but willing to consider part time posts applicants) Salary:  £23,586 Based within Citizens Advice, Hull & East Riding’s “Connect Well Hull” Social Prescribing and Welfare Advice Service, the post holder will deliver generalist advice services within GP practices and community locations …

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Humberside: YMCA Humber CEO Recruitment

Humberside: YMCA Humber CEO Recruitment

Deadline 8th October YMCA Humber is seeking a new CEO to lead them to achieve extraordinary things through the delivery of a wide range of services to some of the most vulnerable people in our community. Chief Executive Officer Salary Range £60k -£65k for an outstanding candidate YMCA Humber need an exceptional and experienced leader who knows how to turn …

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Hull: Connect Well Social Prescribing Grant Round 4 - Healthy Diet and Active Lives

Hull: Connect Well Social Prescribing Grant Round 4 - Healthy Diet and Active Lives

Round 4 of the Connect Well social prescribing grants seeks to fund projects that support people in eating healthily and in raising their activity levels. Projects will be funded that reach those who face the greatest barriers to making healthy choices, and that adopt where appropriate, tiered approaches to suit the capacity of those with mobility and other restrictions. The …

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Hull: Community Development Worker

Hull: Community Development Worker

The Refugee Council have the following post available:-  The resettlement team in Yorkshire and Humberside provides advice and support for resettled refugees to help them access services and mainstream provision, and establish community links. Based in Hull with varying amounts of outreach in East Riding of Yorkshire, you will assist families in settling in the UK. Working closely with local …

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Hull: Training for Parents Practitioner

Hull: Training for Parents Practitioner

24 hours per week Salary £20,598 FTE    £13,732 Actual KIDS is a national charity dedicated to creating an inclusive world for disabled children, young people and their families. They are looking to appoint a Training for Parents Practitioner to deliver a range of accredited training programmes for families with children with SEND to improve their family emotional health and wellbeing.  …

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Funding News

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New Funding for Churches in the UK

New Funding for Churches in the UK

The National Churches Trust has launched the first grant in its new grants programme which covers 2019-2023. The National Churches Trust supports church and chapel buildings open for worship throughout the UK. It funds urgent repairs and modernisation, provides expert advice on church maintenance and on how churches can continue to serve local communities and promote church heritage and tourism. …

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Tampon Tax Community Fund Now Open for Local Groups

Tampon Tax Community Fund Now Open for Local Groups

The Tampon Tax Community Fund is being delivered locally across the UK through a partnership between the UK Community Foundations and its local community foundation members. The purpose of the Tampon Tax Fund is to allocate the funds generated from the VAT on sanitary products to local projects that improve the lives of disadvantaged women and girls across the UK. …

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Power to Change – The Community Business Fund

Power to Change – The Community Business Fund

Closes on 9th October 2018  Power to Change – the independent trust supporting community businesses in England – is reopening its Community Business Fund on 11 September and closes on 9 October. A total of £2.5m is available in support of community businesses through the fund, which has to date supported over 90 organisations in England. They will be offering …

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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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WheelsForGood - Giving back to the community

WheelsForGood - Giving back to the community

Wheelsforgood aims to give something back to the community by helping out worthy causes related to wheels, transport or the motor industry. Since its launch in 2009 the fund has helped out loads of people and organisations around the country To apply personally or on behalf of a charity or organisation the process is really straight forward. The criteria is …

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The National Caravan Council Benevolent Fund

The National Caravan Council Benevolent Fund

This is a registered charity, that supports employees past or present who work in the caravan and leisure vehicle industry. Whether working in manufacturing or a caravan park, the fund is here to help people facing financial hardship. The fund can help with a range of financial support from paying urgent utility bills to supporting essential maintenance work to cater …

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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

The Rural Four fund

  This dedicated programme of support for community projects in England, Scotland and Wales is funded by Players of People’s Postcode Lottery. Now in its second year the project seeks to reach out and engage with up to 10 rural communities annually to help deliver and reinvigorate community assets and services. Overall, the Rural Four project aims to Reinvigorate community networks …

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Children in Need: Small Grants

Children in Need: Small Grants

Next Deadline 2nd December The Small Grants programme is open to charities and not-for-profit organisations applying for any amount up to and including £10,000 per year for up to 3 years. Check the information below to see if your project should apply and that you meet our minimum standards for grantmaking. Children in Need give grants for: Projects working with children …

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Arts Council – Developing your Creative Practice Fund

Arts Council – Developing your Creative Practice Fund

Next deadline 14th November 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 new work Grant range: …

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Hull: East Coast Community Fund.

Hull: East Coast Community Fund.

Deadline 23rd January 2019 Grants are available to local not-for-profit groups, parish and town councils, and local authorities for community projects that benefit the coasts of the East Riding of Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. Two levels of grants are available: Small grants of between £1,000 and £5,000. Main grants of between £5,001 and £50,000. Groups can apply for both revenue and …

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Split Infinitive – Yorkshire

Split Infinitive – Yorkshire

The Trust’s main area of interest is in supporting live and performance arts, in general and in education. Applications with a Yorkshire or regional focus are favoured. Split Infinitive is a small trust with limited funds to distribute annually. Average grants fall between £250 and £750 and are at the trustees’ discretion. They may be awarded to individuals or to …

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