Neighbourhood Network Newsletter

207 - 2nd November 2018

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Neighbourhood Network News & Advice

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Neighbourhood Network event 2018

Neighbourhood Network event 2018

If you have not seen any pictures from our annual Neighbourhood Network awards event last week why not click here https://www.nnetwork.org.uk/gallery/  and see if you can spot yourself or a local community group.  We would just like to say a big 'Thank You' once again to all our amazing groups and individuals, the people who took time out to nominate, …

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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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Please support one of our member groups with a vote for their project!

Please support one of our member groups with a vote for their project!

Environmental & Management Solutions Limited have been shortlisted for  NatWest skills and Opportunities Fund The project is called Turning Pennines into Pounds (TPintoP). The project will help local residents to analyse and understand their domestic finances, then coach them to make their own informed choices about how they can make ends meet. This approach will help people to become financially confident, …

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Police Appeals, Arrests & News

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Hull: Thefts from unattended vehicles

Hull: Thefts from unattended vehicles

Message from Humberside Police: We want to send a reminder to motorists to keep their valuables safe and out of sight when leaving their cars parked.  Across the whole of the city, 98 thefts from unattended motor vehicles were reported in the first three weeks of October. The biggest concentration of these types of crimes were in the streets around …

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How to report a crime

How to report a crime

Did you know that there are a range of crimes that you can report online such as hate crimes and non-injury road traffic collisions? Did you know that there are some instances where the police might not necessarily be the right people to contact to help you deal with a particular issue? Check out the Humberside Police link below which …

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Hull: Tools stolen from van

Hull: Tools stolen from van

  Humberside Police want to find this man on suspicion of the theft of tools from a van on West Dock Street, Hull around 5.30pm on Sunday 19 August 2018. This is a new CCTV image of the suspect police want to find. He tried selling the tools later that day in a nearby pub on Hessle Road. Did you see him? Were …

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Hull: Warnings to delivery drivers

Hull: Warnings to delivery drivers

  Since the beginning of October 2018 there have been eleven offences committed against delivery drivers in Hull. Police are issuing a warning for them to be aware when making drops so they don’t become victims of crime. The crimes have been concentrated in the north of Hull in the area bordered by Cottingham Road, Cottingham, Thorpe Park Road and …

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Extortion Scam

Extortion Scam

Cyber criminals send victims their own passwords in extortion scam Cyber criminals are attempting to blackmail unsuspecting victims by claiming to have used the victims' password to install spying malware on the victims' computer. The criminals claim they’ve recorded videos of the victim watching adult material by activating their webcam when they visit these websites. What makes this scam so …

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Hull: Two injured in collision between car and motorcycle

Hull: Two injured in collision between car and motorcycle

Two boys, aged 17 and 15, suffered serious injuries in a collision on Ellerburn Avenue, Hull at 6.30pm on Sunday 28 October.  The motorcycle they were riding was in a collision with a car. Police are appealing for witnesses as the car, described by witnesses as a dark coloured small 4x4, failed to stop at the scene. If you saw anything …

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Hull: Three arrests following warrants

Hull: Three arrests following warrants

Two women and a man have been arrested on 26 October following two warrants that were executed in the Bransholme area of Hull under the Misuse of Drugs Act. They have been arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of a controlled drug, possession of a controlled drug and handling stolen goods. They are currently in our custody. Officers have been working …

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Hull: Alleged serious assault

Hull: Alleged serious assault

Do you know where Ricky Londesbrough is? Humberside Police want to speak with him in connection with a serious assault at a property on Limedane in Hull on Sunday 7 October. Call police on 101 if you know where his is. Quote log 6 of 07/10/18.  

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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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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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Hull: Conference on Male Victims of Domestic Abuse

Hull: Conference on Male Victims of Domestic Abuse

November 21 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm “The Abandoned Men of Hull” 1 in every 3 victims of domestic abuse is male; 1 in 6 men suffer abuse in silence Costs: £20.00 per delegate for Statutory Agencies, Housing Associations and the Private Sector Free for Voluntary/Third Sector. Academia and private individuals Includes a networking lunch For further details and a …

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Hull: Paul for Brain Recovery seek trustees

Hull: Paul for Brain Recovery seek trustees

Deadline 16th November PAUL for Brain Recovery is a charity based in Hull, which exists to make life easier after brain injury by providing advice and support to empower all affected. The charity also campaigns to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding of brain injury. They are seeking to strengthen their Trustee Board and would like to hear from …

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Volunteer News 1

Hull: VCS representatives invited to get involved in Voice and Influence Partnership

Kingston Upon Hull Voluntary Community Sector (VCS) Voice & Influence Partnership,  formerly the VCS Liaison Group, is actively seeking new members. Their Aim: To enable the Voluntary and Community Sector to move from the margins to the mainstream, working alongside the public and private sectors for the benefit of all Hull’s residents and communities. Their Purpose: To create and maintain …

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Hull: HERI event - Mental Health and Pastoral Care

Hull: HERI event - Mental Health and Pastoral Care

November 13 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm Join Hull and East Riding Interfaith (HERI) to hear to hear David Smith (CEO Hull and East Riding MIND) lead a discussion on:  Mental Health and Pastoral Care Refreshments from 4.30 and key speaker from 5 pm. RSVP and enquiries to: Secretary, HERI, Bashir Siraj, bsiraj@hotmail.co.uk  or text 07913120198 Venue: Guildhall, Hull, HU1 2AA

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Hull: Mental Health and Art Panel Discussion

Hull: Mental Health and Art Panel Discussion

November 8 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Artlink has organised a panel discussion on exploring art and mental health as part of the Maybe It’s The World That’s Mad programme with Mad Pride Hull. Come a long to take part in the this friendly and informal discussion Light refreshments will be available. Just turn up, no need to book. …

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Hull and District Diabetes Support Group

Hull and District Diabetes Support Group

November 6 @ 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 …

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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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Timebank Hull and East Riding TimeBank Broker

Timebank Hull and East Riding TimeBank Broker

Deadline 19th November Individual Membership and Events Co-ordinator £22K per annum pro rata (0.80 WTE 4 days) Job Role To be considered for this role you must have experience of working in a community setting with a wide range of people and organisations. The role of TimeBank Broker (Individual Membership and Events Co-ordinator) has 5 key areas of activity: Membership: Managing …

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Hull: Hessle Road Network Youth and Community Worker

Hull: Hessle Road Network Youth and Community Worker

Deadline 12th November 37 hours pw; Salary £16,732 – £18,500 depending on experience This is an opportunity to work with young people aged 9-25, and older members of the community in a purpose built youth centre. The Network delivers a range of open access evening sessions, school holiday activities and 2 to 1 support offering young people the opportunity to …

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Community Connector (x2) with HEY Mind

Community Connector (x2) with HEY Mind

Deadline 8th November to cover Beverley and West Wolds (fixed term contract to 30 April 2020) 37 Hours per week £15,414 per annum These are new posts to work in partnership with NHS Community Link Workers on the Social Prescribing contract. Using your knowledge of local service provision, health needs and issues across the East Riding you will empower, motivate and support …

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Hull: Mental Health Recovery Worker with HEY Mind

Hull: Mental Health Recovery Worker with HEY Mind

Deadline 7th November (fixed term contract to July 2019) 30 hours per week, based across the East Riding, £18,831 per annum (pro rata) This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a new national pilot called the Whole School Approach.  Initially this is a pilot scheme to be delivered in four named schools within the East Riding of Yorkshire …

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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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Cecil Rosen Charitable Trust

Cecil Rosen Charitable Trust

The Cecil Rosen Charitable Trust provides grants for voluntary and community organisations in the UK. The funding is intended for organisations undertaking projects that assist those in need, particularly for the relief of the poor, older people, disabled people and general Jewish charities. Funding is at the discretion of the Trustees. Applications may be submitted at any time. The Trust …

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ASDA Foundation

ASDA Foundation

Capital grants are available to charities and not-for-profit organisations in the UK for local charitable projects and activities that benefit the wider community, address local needs and make a significant difference to the local community. To be eligible, applicants must: Have the experience and capacity to deliver and maintain the project. Have a current three to five year project plan …

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The John Cracknell Youth Enterprise Bank

The John Cracknell Youth Enterprise Bank

The Hull Youth Enterprise Partnership provides grants through the John Cracknell Youth Enterprise Bank to help young people, aged 13 to 21 years, to develop their ideas for the establishment of a new enterprise or community activity. The Youth Enterprise Partnership’s vision is:  To secure a positive and sustainable future for the City and its young people through decisive leadership, …

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Hull: Mother Humber Memorial Fund

Hull: Mother Humber Memorial Fund

The Mother Humber Memorial Fund, a small charitable trust, offers grants to charitable organisations active in the City of Kingston upon Hull. Funding is aimed at relieving either generally or individually persons resident in the City of Kingston upon Hull who are in conditions of need, hardship or distress, and will cover the supply of electrical ‘white goods’ and essential …

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The Frances and Cyril Bibby Bequest

The Frances and Cyril Bibby Bequest

The Frances and Cyril Bibby Bequest has a small amount of money that it offers as grants to charitable organisations working in Hull. The funding is aimed at supporting charitable work with older people and/or people who are physical disabled or mentally disabled and who reside in the City of Kingston upon Hull. Applications can be made at any time …

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Hull’s Community Led Local Development (CLLD) round 2 grant opens in January 2019

Hull’s Community Led Local Development (CLLD) round 2 grant opens in January 2019

The second competitive Hull CLLD grant round opens on Wednesday 2nd January 2019. CLLD funding will help unemployed and economically inactive people in Hull access and create local economic opportunities through 5 priority activities: Targeted training in key work-related skills Making it easier to find and access work Growing integrated community hubs Supporting local and community businesses Joining up support …

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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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