Neighbourhood Network Newsletter

206 - 26th October 2018

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Neighbourhood Network News & Advice

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Discount for Neighbourhood Network members

Discount for Neighbourhood Network members

One of the great benefits of becoming a Neighbourhood Network member is that you are entitled to a discount on our Crime Reduction products from our advertised website prices. Discounts vary slightly but we have listed below the discounted prices for each of the items we sell for our members, if you would like to take advantage of purchasing any …

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Congratulations to all the Winners and shortlisted groups of the Neighbourhood Network Awards 2018

Congratulations to all the Winners and shortlisted groups of the Neighbourhood Network Awards 2018

Special thanks to everyone who attended and supported us at our annual Awards event on Wednesday and what a great turn out! Congratulations to all of the winners, please see below all the shortlisted groups and winners of the night!   Community Group/Association/Watch of the Year Celebrating the coming together of individuals to collectively make a difference and bring positive …

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Hull: Can you spare a tin of food?

Hull: Can you spare a tin of food?

Environmental & Management Solutions (EMS) are starting their annual Winter Food Drive and we are supporting them by asking any attendees to our Neighbourhood Network Awards Event if they can help by bringing donations with them on 24th October.  Details are below, but if you aren't able bring anything on the night, any items can delivered to Unit C, Preston …

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Avoid a Halloween Nightmare!

Avoid a Halloween Nightmare!

Halloween fire safety has been very much in the news over recent years. Whilst great strides have been made with the fire retardancy of most children's outfits, some retailers still sell clothing which may set alight easily upon contact with a naked flame. Battery operated LED's inside a pumpkin will be a safer alternative on your doorstep than a candle. Humberside Fire …

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Hull: Bransholme Trust crime prevention initiative

Hull: Bransholme Trust crime prevention initiative

Earlier this month Neighbourhood Network visited Craven Lea with a donation of cycle locks for use with their bike project which re-cycles unwanted bikes to children who are based in the Preston Road area. The completion of this crime prevention initiative now means that there are more shed alarms, door chime alarms and card defenders being used to prevent crime …

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Annual report of the Police and Crime Commissioner

Annual report of the Police and Crime Commissioner

A week ago the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner published it’s Annual Report looking back at the last financial year. It details the wide variety of work carried out by the PCC Keith Hunter and his office, with details of all the services they commission and reports from all four of your local Community Safety Partnership areas.   OPCC Annual …

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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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Police Appeals, Arrests & News

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Halloween caller poster

Halloween caller poster

Halloween can be about celebrating all things spooky but if someone is genuinely frightened it can't be so fun.  If you or your neighbours feel vulnerable and would rather not get a visit from trick or treaters, print out this poster below and display it somewhere visible.

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Beverley: Handbag theft

Beverley: Handbag theft

Do you recognise this woman? Police want to find her in connection with a handbag theft from an elderly woman at Morrisons in Beverley on Wednesday 24 October. If you know who she is please contact authorities quoting reference 16/111776/18.

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Hull: Can you help find Lewis?

Hull: Can you help find Lewis?

Have you seen Lewis Wallace, 16? This is a recent picture of Lewis, who looks far younger than his real age. He was last seen on Beverley Road, Hull, at around 12.30pm on Wednesday 24th October. He’s white, with short brown hair, very slim and around 5ft 2in tall. He often wears a dark puffa jacket with the hood up …

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Hull: Wanted - Theft of bank card

Hull: Wanted - Theft of bank card

Can you help to identify this man?  Police would like to talk to him in connection with the theft of and fraudulent use of a bank card in Hull in September 2018.  The bank card was stolen from a vehicle in Cavill Place, Hull between 17 and 18 September. If you know who this is please call 101 quoting crime …

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Hull: Victim of murder named and suspect charged

Hull: Victim of murder named and suspect charged

Yesterday the body of Susan Atkinson (55) was discovered at her home on The Rydales, Hull. 54 year-old Sherry Jane Moore of The Rydales was arrested a short time later, has now been charged with Susan’s murder and will appear in court this morning. Susan’s family have asked to be left to grieve in peace and are being supported by specially …

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Hull: Alleged double stabbing

Hull: Alleged double stabbing

Can you help find this man in connection with an incident where two people were stabbed in Hull. It was reported that three men had approached a man and a woman on Valiant Drive on the evening of Monday 8 October. One of the men threatened the victims, and allegedly stabbed the woman in her leg and the man in …

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Hull: Theft from allotment

Hull: Theft from allotment

Can you help identify these men in connection with an alleged theft from Newland Avenue allotments in Hull. It was reported on Wednesday 19 September 2018 but is thought to have happened two days before. Do you know them? Do you have any information? Reference 16/98862/18.

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Hull: Incident on Inglemire Lane

Hull: Incident on Inglemire Lane

A 25-year-old Hull man was arrested on suspicion of stealing a yellow Ford Ecosport following a short pursuit in the early hours of Sunday 21 October. The car failed to stop when requested by officers in Beverley Road at 12.26am and drove off at speed. During the pursuit, the car collided with two police vehicles. It was brought to a safe …

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Hull: 55 year-old woman arrested on suspicion of murder

Hull: 55 year-old woman arrested on suspicion of murder

A 55-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of murder, after a woman was found dead at a property in The Ryedales yesterday (Sunday, October 21). Police were called at 9.15am by concerned neighbours and upon attending they found that a woman had died at the property. Detective Chief Inspector Alan Curtis said: “Our thoughts are with the victim’s family, …

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Advice about alarm services

Advice about alarm services

Message from Humberside Police:-  Some householders and businesses may have been contacted recently by security companies who are claiming that the police no longer attend alarm activations.  These security companies say they can provide an “attendance service” often at a substantial cost, and some customers might feel the need to pay these high prices for a private alarm attendance service. …

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Humberside Police: Humber Talking initiative

Humberside Police: Humber Talking initiative

Message from Humberside Police:- Humber Talking, our initiative to speak with everyone in the force area to find out what matters to them, is getting some great results just a couple of weeks after it launched. We have so far knocked on 1,600 doors in the Beverley Road area of Hull, with around 450 of you taking up the survey. That’s …

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Hull: Scam Targeting The Elderly

Hull: Scam Targeting The Elderly

Humberside Police have received a report of 2 males entering Rowan Lodge, Barnsley Street East Hull at 18:00 hours on 18/10/18. The males have gained access to the building by unknown means and attempted to sell items to residents.   Both males have claimed to be working for an Epilepsy Charity but had no leaflets or valid Identification. Unfortunately, the …

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Events & Activities

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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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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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Anlaby: New art classes

Anlaby: New art classes

Do you have an interest in art? Have you always wanted to draw?  'The Busy Easel'  is a new art class running at St Mark's Church Hall Anlaby Common - for people of any age and ability, all welcome! Contact Annette for more information and to book your place (01482 842265 / 07793 287881).     

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Get Involved

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Volunteer News 2

Hull: Street Angels looking for volunteers

Could you spare some time help and support Hull Street Angels? 

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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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Good Neighbour Scheme

Good Neighbour Scheme

Do you have a few spare hours per week to help someone out and be a good neighbour?   If so, please check this new project out that Age UK Hull are running.

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Employment & Training

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Hull: Regional Manager with KIDS

Hull: Regional Manager with KIDS

Deadline 7th November 36 hours per week Salary Details – Up to £ 40,712 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 Regional Manager to lead and manage a variety of contracts. This role will involve participating in the development and improvement of …

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University of Hull - vacancies as of 24th October 2018

University of Hull - vacancies as of 24th October 2018

The University of Hull currently have the following vacancies for an Executive office manager, a head barista and a support worker 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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Funding News

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Hull Community Development Programme Activity Grant

Hull Community Development Programme Activity Grant

The Rank Foundation Community Development Programme has a vital role in developing communities and inspiring leadership. Together with the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, they invite community organisations (with at least two signatories on the bank account) to make an application for funding to increase community capital. These include: hosting an event or activity purchasing new equipment or materials setting up a …

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B&Q operates a community re-use scheme through all stores

B&Q operates a community re-use scheme through all stores

The scheme is in place to donate unsellable products and materials for re-use by local schools, other educational institutions and community groups, for the benefit of the local community and the environment. These items are donated on the understanding that they will be re-used or disposed of responsibly if they aren’t used. Eligible groups include: Schools and colleges Child minders, …

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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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