Neighbourhood Network Newsletter

140 - 14th July 2017

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Police Appeals & Arrests

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Bogus Police Officer Scam

Bogus Police Officer Scam

On 30 June Humberside Police received two calls within two hours from elderly people or their relatives letting them know they had someone calling at their home pretending to be a police officer. They also had two reports of burglaries in the same area at the same time. The incidents occurred in the Boulevard area of Hull. Two residents, one …

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Next of kin appeal - Do you know Glenn Hunter?

Humberside Police are appealing to find the next of kin of 69-year-old Glenn Hunter who was found dead at his home on Dalsetter Rise, Hull on 26 June 2017. Glenn’s death is not being treated as suspicious, however enquiries to trace a next of kin have so far proved unsuccessful. We are asking your help to find Glenn’s next of …

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Road traffic collision on M62 West Bound Ouse bridge - Did you see anything?

Humberside Police are looking for witnesses to a road traffic collision that happened at 09:40 on Saturday 8th July on the west bound carriage onto the Ouse Bridge. The collision happened when some ladders fell from a vehicle into the middle and outside lane, causing damage to several vehicles. The vehicle which shed the ladders did not stop and we …

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Fresh appeal to locate missing man

Fresh appeal to locate missing man

Humberside Police are making a fresh appeal to locate missing 36 year old Howden man Craig Farrow who went missing from his home a week ago. Craig left his home address in The Vinery, Howden last Friday 30 June around 9:30am and has not made contact with family members since, which is out of character. Some reports of Craig being …

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Register for Lifestyle 2017 now and spend your summer making a difference

Register for Lifestyle 2017 now and spend your summer making a difference

    It’s not too late to register for Lifestyle 2017 and spend your summer making a difference in your community! Humberside Police asked some of this year’s Lifestyle teams to tell us a bit about themselves and their projects. Four friends from Scunthorpe make up the team Funky Friends who will be raising money to help make a difference …

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Rural Crime Week 15 – 23 July 2017

Rural Crime Week 15 – 23 July 2017

Events planned throughout the week Humberside Police are committed to the policing of wildlife and rural crime. To support this work, a week-long campaign to engage with rural communities, reduce crime and create safer and stronger communities will take place from 15-23 July. This week long campaign was launched by actor Nick Miles who plays Emmerdale's Jimmy King. Community police officers …

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Events & Activities

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Get involved with Hull International Carnival 2017

Get involved with Hull International Carnival 2017

The organisers behind Hull International Carnival are looking for participants to take part in this years exciting carnival parade which takes place on the afternoon of Sunday 3rd September 2017.   As part of the 10 year anniversary of the Freedom Festival, they promise an extravaganza of music, dance and costumes to wow the audience, with an international touch inviting …

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Sutton Village Family Fun Fair

Sutton Village Family Fun Fair

Join the fun at this great community event.   If you would like a market stall or would like to volunteer at this event, please contact Marlene on Tel: 01482 709423.

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Blue Light Day 2017

Blue Light Day 2017

A special City of Culture family fun day organised by Humberside Police and a host of local partners, will take place on Saturday 15 July 2017 from 11am to 5pm at East Park, Hull . The day offers local families the chance to explore all aspects of policing from police vehicles past and present to trying your hand at solving …

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Adapted Cycle Scheme Junior Open Day

Adapted Cycle Scheme Junior Open Day

Come along to the adapted cycle scheme open day and try out the wide variety of adapted cycles. When: Sunday 16th July @ 11am - 2pm Where: East Park You can book an induction for a cycle fitting and sign up to the cycle scheme - for more details click below:

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Could your organisation help people in Hull be more resilient to floods?

Could your organisation help people in Hull be more resilient to floods?

The Environment Agency are inviting expressions of interest from voluntary, community organisations or community networks, to be involved in a pilot project to increase flood resilience within communities in Hull. The Environment Agency would like to work with a small number of community organisations in Hull to pilot an innovative approach aimed at helping people to be better prepared for …

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Training & Employment

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Five vacancies at East Riding Voluntary Action Services

Five vacancies at East Riding Voluntary Action Services

ERVAS are recruiting for the following vacancies: Safeguarding Adults Strategic and Development Officer Deadline 20th July, interviews 9th August Volunteen Green Scheme Sessional Worker Deadline 26th July, interviews 2nd August Volunteen Plus Support Officer Deadline 26th July, interviews 3rd August Volunteen Plus Assistant Support Officer Deadline 26th July, interviews 3rd August Community Accountant Deadline 7th August, interviews 17th August For …

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University of Hull job opportunities

University of Hull job opportunities

The University of Hull currently has vacancies for 2 x Enquiries Assistants, SIS Training & Transition Officer and a Theatre Technician & Technical Instructor along with many more opportunities. Click the link to view all: https://jobs.hull.ac.uk/Vacancies.aspx                        

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Ashiana are recruiting for Female Anti- Trafficking Outreach Workers

Ashiana are recruiting for Female Anti- Trafficking Outreach Workers

Ashiana supports Black, Minority Ethnic and Refugee clients who have experienced domestic violence or who have been trafficked into the UK for the purposes of sexual exploitation or domestic slavery. We would like to recruit full-time workers to provide outreach support to victims of trafficking who are living in the wider community. The support will be provided to clients living …

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Get Involved

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Research trial for people who have memory loss in Hull

Research trial for people who have memory loss in Hull

Do you have memory problems or provide support to someone who does? Caregiverspro invite you to take part in a research trial looking at a new website to support people with memory problems and their families and friends. What happens if I say yes to taking part, but then change my mind? You are free to withdraw at any time …

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Healthwatch on the road in July

Healthwatch on the road in July

The latest round of monthly outreach sessions by Healthwatch Kingston upon Hull is underway. As many as nine community venues across the city are now visited by a representative from Healthwatch, the independent consumer voice in health and social care for the people of Hull. From this summer, the list includes Harrison Park extra care centre, Hall Road, Hull. The …

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Funding News

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Co-op Local Community Fund

Co-op Local Community Fund

The selected causes will then be live for 11 months (November 2017 to October 2018) when they can work alongside Co-op Members to encourage them to contribute more money to the fund and also develop useful relationships with them and the Co-op stores. Who’s eligible to apply for the Local Community Fund? •Registered charities •Charitable organisations registered with HMRC •Scouts, …

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Greggs Foundation – Local Communities Projects Fund

Greggs Foundation – Local Communities Projects Fund

The foundation is a grant making trust which distributes around £1.8 million per year to organisations throughout England, Scotland and Wales. The Local Community Projects Fund makes grants of up to £2,000 to not for profit organisations with a turnover of less than £300,000 a year who work to reduce the disadvantage of the most deprived people in the community …

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Big Lottery Fund Sets New Priorities

Big Lottery Fund Sets New Priorities

The Big Lottery Fund has simplified the Awards for All guidance notes, including fewer restrictions and new priorities. Grants are awarded between £300 and £10,000 to voluntary and community organisations, schools and statutory bodies in order to help improve local communities and the lives of people most in need. To be eligible for funding projects must now meet at least …

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Sport England - Small Grants

Sport England - Small Grants

Sport England use National Lottery funding to make awards of between £300 and £10,000 to not-for-profit organisations to help more people play sport If you are considering applying for a small grant, they would encourage you to: Read the Small Grants Guide Complete the pre-application checklist as a first step Check out the sample application form For more information, click here.

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Skipton Building Society's Grassroots Giving 2017

Skipton Building Society's Grassroots Giving 2017

Skipton Building Society has been offering the Grassroots Giving scheme since it was set up in 2013 to celebrate the Society’s 160th anniversary. This year, there are 164 pots of £500 to give away to support the development of local grassroots groups from across the UK. Grassroots Giving aims to support small community groups which might not normally attract any …

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Grant funding from the Rayne Foundation

Grant funding from the Rayne Foundation

The Rayne Foundation is a charity which makes grants to charities and organisations in order to ‘understand and engage with the needs of UK society, and to find ways and means to help address those needs’. Funding can be obtained for salaries and project costs, running costs and capital costs of building and equipment, and there is no set limit …

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