Neighbourhood Network Newsletter

204 - 12th October 2018

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Neighbourhood Network News & Advice

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Hull: Upcoming Neighbourhood Network Annual Awards event

Its been an exciting week here at the Neighbourhood Network office, firstly we had independent judges in on Monday looking at all of the submitted entries for our awards evening, then letters were sent out to the shortlisted finalists! Well done to all groups and individuals nominated, it's great to see that your hard work and dedication is being recognised. …

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Hull: Are you thinking of purchasing a new bike this Christmas?

Hull: Are you thinking of purchasing a new bike this Christmas?

If the answer is yes, have you thought of security for your new bike? Theft of bikes is a real issue, with thousands being stolen across the Humberside area every year. This is one area where crime prevention can have a massive impact and a small personal investment can drastically reduce your chance of becoming a victim. The Neighbourhood Network, …

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Let's share your good news!

Let us know your happy 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: 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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Police Appeals, Arrests & News

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Beverley: Incident in town centre

Beverley: Incident in town centre

A man has been arrested following an incident in Beverley. Police received reports around 9am today (Friday 12th October) that a man was seen holding a small axe and acting in a threatening manner on Butcher Row. Officers including dog handlers were deployed and the man was quickly arrested.  During the course of his arrest one of the dog handlers …

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East Yorkshire: Alleged motorbike fraud

East Yorkshire: Alleged motorbike fraud

Police are appealing for anyone to come forward who has bought a red Kiden Aquarius 125cc motorcycle from the East Riding area after 1 November 2017. This includes any on a ‘67’ registration plate from 2017/18 and an ‘18’ registration plate from March 2018 onwards. There is an ongoing investigation into suspected fraud offences and a number of enquiries are …

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Hull: Police investigation following death of man

Hull: Police investigation following death of man

Officers were in attendance at a property in Jipdane, Hull following a call just before mid-day on Thursday 11 October reporting the death of a man at the address. An investigation has commenced to establish the circumstances surrounding the death of the man which is currently being treated as unexplained. Enquiries are in their very early stages at this time.

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Hull: Inflammable liquid poured through letterbox

Hull: Inflammable liquid poured through letterbox

  A liquid thought to be petrol has been poured through the letterbox of a 63-year-old man’s house in Hull. The incident happened around 8pm Wednesday 10 October at a property on a road off Endike Lane.   Officers and the Fire and Rescue service attended. No fire was lit and security advice was given to the victim who was unhurt …

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Hull: Arrested on suspicion of affray

Hull: Arrested on suspicion of affray

  A 23-year-old Hull man has been arrested on suspicion of affray and possession of an offensive weapon, after a man was spotted in the street with a knife. Police were called to Durham Street, Hull, at shortly after 4.30pm Wednesday, October 10 with reports the man with the knife had been seen threatening another man. The victim - who …

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Hull: Woman on mobility scooter allegedly assaulted

Hull: Woman on mobility scooter allegedly assaulted

A 65-year-old woman was allegedly assaulted while out walking her friend’s dog on her mobility scooter in Hull.  The victim was on Inglemire Lane between Beverley Road and Cranbrooke Avenue when she was approached by a man who spoke with her, then allegedly hit her causing pain in her neck, face and shoulder as well as a swelling in her cheek. …

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Hull: Organised crime gang jailed to a total of 52.5 years

Hull: Organised crime gang jailed to a total of 52.5 years

Today, 9th October, Liam Windas and four members of his criminal gang were jailed for a total of  52-and-a-half years for drugs and firearms offences. From addresses across west Hull, the group dealt in guns, heroin and cannabis worth hundreds of thousands of pounds.   Windas, 27, of Rosedale Grove, Hull, admitted conspiracy to supply firearms, conspiracy to supply heroin, …

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Hull: Vehicle crime - information needed

Hull: Vehicle crime - information needed

On 8th October 2018, two males on pedal cycles have approached a vehicle situated on Grassington Close, Bransholme. They have thrown a stone to break the drivers side window and they have taken items and made off towards a neighbouring street. If you have any information in relation to this matter, please contact police on 101 quoting the crime number 16/105791/18.  Given that Halloween, Bonfire …

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Hull: Suspected arson attacks

Hull: Suspected arson attacks

Officers are investigating three fires in the Bransholme area of Hull which we think may be connected. They were started on 3 Oct at derelict shops at Roebank arcade, a derelict building on Soffham Close, and in a wheelie bin on Stockleigh Close. No-one was hurt in the blazes but damage was caused to the buildings particularly to the shops …

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Hull: Appeal for witnesses to sexual assault

Hull: Appeal for witnesses to sexual assault

Four teenage girls reported that four men sexually assaulted them outside a shop on Priory Road in Hull on Monday 1 October at around 7.45pm.  The girls were sitting on a bench when they were approached by four men who are alleged to have assaulted the girls.  The men are reported to have filmed part of the incident on a …

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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: Sight Support Xmas events

Hull: Sight Support Xmas events

Sight Support Christmas Fayre November 17 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm The perfect place to buy your Christmas gifts! More than 30 craft and gift stalls with a stunning array of fabulous gift ideas for everyone on your present list! Everything from food, crafts, clothing, toys and much more! Plus tombola & refreshments. Fun for all the family! Admission …

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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: Society of MICE Concert

Hull: Society of MICE Concert

October 18 @ 8:00 pm - 11:30 pm With performances by the Society of MICE plus various artists subject to availability. The MICE Singers, Deano Mark Kelly, Peter Dean, Mike Stone, George Lazenby, Geroge Barry, PJ King. Plus Bingo and raffle Tickets are priced at £3 with all proceeds to Sight Support Hull and East Yorkshire. If you would like …

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Lunch clubs in East and North Hull

Lunch clubs in East and North Hull

Would you like to meet new people? Ings Plus host a number of lunch clubs in the East and North areas of Hull.     It’s a great opportunity for you to meet new people along with having a 2 course meal at just £6 pp.  Some of the lunch clubs also include bingo and quizzes.  For more information, please contact Debbie …

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Hull: Creative Writing Workshop

Hull: Creative Writing Workshop

Love to write or would love to give it a try? Have a go in a friendly, supportive environment. Stories, poems, anecdotes, all forms of writing encouraged! Taking place at: Age UK Hull, Healthy Living Centre, Porter Street, Hull, HU1 2RH For more information e-mail hfreckleton@tiscali.co.uk  or call 01482 324644 Free and open to all starting weekly Wednesdays from the …

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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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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: Disability Arts Network

Hull: Disability Arts Network

October 23 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm Come along if you’re interested in matters relating to art, culture and disability. It is open to individuals and organisations, artists and audiences, disabled and non-disabled people. If possible, please book your place through Eventbrite here so ArtLink know to expect you, but there will be places if you turn up on …

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Hull: Pharmacy and Medicines Management survey

Hull: Pharmacy and Medicines Management survey

There has been an increased coverage nationally of prescribing levels, both in the amount and type of medication prescribed and the financial cost. This questionnaire aims to better understand patient experience in Hull in relation to prescribing (both long and short term) of medicines and medicine management.  This questionnaire is aimed at people who regularly access pharmacy services within Hull. …

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Hull Tenants’ Forum

October 22 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Would you like to have an input into your local area? Do 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? Working in Partnership: Help to shape the future of Hull’s Housing Service Workshop: Social …

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Hull: Butterflies Memory Loss Support Group (Central)

Hull: Butterflies Memory Loss Support Group (Central)

October 18 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Held on the third Thursday of the month 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 …

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Hull: Children’s centre family feedback survey

Hull City Council is interested in hearing your opinion about the children’s centre service that you may have used. They want to know what you think about the centre, services you have accessed and the impact that attending has had on you and your family. This survey is a requirement of Hull City Council. The information will be used to …

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Hull: Telephone befriending service

Hull: Telephone befriending service

The Age UK (Hull) Telephone Befriending service aims to reduce loneliness for people aged 50 or over. Their befrienders provide a regular, friendly phone call to help reduce feelings of isolation and rebuild confidence. For more information about the service or becoming a befriending volunteer, contact Lydia or Badar on 01482 324644 or mailbox@ageukhull.org.uk

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Get involved with Active Citizens

Get involved with Active Citizens

Active Citizens is a social leadership training programme that promotes intercultural dialogue and community-led social development. The programme brings together people with different beliefs and perspectives to learn from and share with each other.  Active Citizens connects thousands of like-minded people around the world who collectively want to make a fairer and more inclusive society.  If you want to makes …

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Employment & Training

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Hull:- Royal British Legion Case Worker

Hull:- Royal British Legion Case Worker

Deadline 18th October  £11,236 a year – Part-time, Contract Goodwin Development Trust and the Royal British Legion (RBL) have established a highly successful and enterprising partnership. The partnership aims to provide a range of Welfare, Health and Wellbeing support services to RBL Beneficiaries in the Hull area utilising a model of case workers allocated to individuals as they are referred, …

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University of Hull vacancies available as of 10th October 2018

University of Hull vacancies available as of 10th October 2018

The University of Hull currently have the following vacancies for a Qulaity Officer, HR Administrator and 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: Healthwatch North Yorkshire is recruiting

Hull: Healthwatch North Yorkshire is recruiting

Deadline 26th October Community Outreach Co-ordinator £20,541 (37 hrs per week) Applications are invited for a Community Outreach Co-ordinator with Healthwatch North Yorkshire. This is an exciting opportunity to use your communications and community skills to plan and deliver a programme of outreach and engagement activities across the county especially in relation to easily overlooked groups. For many people these …

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Funding News

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Big Lottery to change its name

Big Lottery to change its name

The Big Lottery Fund, has announced that it will be changing its name in the New Year. The UK’s largest community funder, which distributes 40% of the good cause money raised by National Lottery players, will from 30th January be called The National Lottery Community Fund. The Fund has been working to put people and communities at the heart of its …

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The Alec Dickson Trust

The Alec Dickson Trust

The Alec Dickson Trust supports young people who, through volunteering or community service, aim to enhance the lives of others, particularly those most marginalised by society. Applications for grants, of up to £500, are invited from individuals aged 30 and under or from small groups of young people who believe their actions to be in pursuit of the aims of the Trust. Trustees …

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Bruce Wake Trust

Bruce Wake Trust

The Trust was established to encourage and assist the provision of leisure activities for the disabled. The Trustees will consider grant applications related to the provision of leisure activities for the disabled but favour particularly applications whereby the potential beneficiaries meet one or all of the following criteria: The potential beneficiaries are physically disabled wheelchair users Improved access for wheelchair …

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The George A Moore Foundation

The George A Moore Foundation

Deadline 31st October The George A. Moore Foundation was founded in 1970 by Mr. Moore, initially as a welfare fund for the hundreds of people employed in his factories. This grant making charity continues to operate from the monies which were privately invested by the Moore family. Over the years the charity has provided much needed support to thousands of …

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Grow Wild Community Projects 2019

Grow Wild Community Projects 2019

Deadline 10th December 2018 Grow Wild connects people to nature and each other by funding creative and innovative ideas, focused on UK native wildflowers, plants and fungi. They support community groups and organisations to bring imaginative, and engaging projects to life. They help to improve the environment and people’s wellbeing by encouraging them to be active, take notice of what’s around them, …

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Music for All – Music in the Community

Music for All – Music in the Community

Deadline 1st November The Music in the Community grants programme is administered by Music for All, which is the charity of the UK musical instrument industry, and is also supported by the NAMM Foundation in the US and endorsed by a number of musical celebrities. The grants programme is intended to act as a helping hand to projects and initiatives …

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Yorkshire Housing Community Grants

Yorkshire Housing Community Grants

Yorkshire Housing offers community grants up to £500 to support projects that are recurring activities and have a positive impact on Yorkshire Housing customers. Specifically, we offer grants to projects that: Help to volunteer and promote community involvement of local people Provide support to customers who are seeking work and training opportunities Reduce social exclusion and promote community well-being Projects …

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Hertiage Lottery Small Grants Programmes

Hertiage Lottery Small Grants Programmes

Deadline 18th January The Heritage Lottery Fund are encouraging groups across Yorkshire and the Humber to delve into their heritage to discover the knowledge, fun, skills, and benefits their funding can unlock. HLF are offering grants of £3,000 to £10,000 to encourage everyone to take advantage of all that heritage has to offer. These small grants programmes are open for …

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Funding

East Riding Crime Reduction Fund

Deadline 5th November The East Riding Crime Reduction Fund has been established by the East Riding Community Safety Partnership, with funding provided by the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner and aims to provide grants for projects that will provide sustainable solutions to help reduce crime and anti-social behaviour in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Grants are available of up to …

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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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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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