Joining the Neighbourhood Network and being part of this unique network of groups, couldn’t be simpler. If you are a group, charity, business, association, trust, that resides within the Humberside region and has a community safety remit, then simply complete the form and submit it to the Neighbourhood Network. Forms can also downloaded to be printed and posted or emailed at a later date.









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25th April 2019

Children in Need: Small Grants

Next Deadline 27th May The Small Grants programme is open to charities and not-for-profit organisations applying for any […]
22nd March 2019

Hull: Free fishing sessions at Willows Pond

Do you want to get into fishing but dont know where to begin ? Free fishing sessions at […]
15th March 2019

Hull: Understanding Dementia for carers event

Butterflies Memory Loss Support Group is holding a  number of support forums aimed at helping you understand and cope […]
8th March 2019

Scam Awareness Workshops

Come along and join us here at the Neighbourhood Network and take a stand against scams! Learn from […]

FAQ's

Is the Neighbourhood Network part of the police?
No, the Neighbourhood Network is a stand-alone charity that is funded by many different organisations. However the charity does work with Humberside Police in trying to achieve safer communities for all to live and work in.
Is the Neighbourhood Network part of Hull City Council?
No the Neighbourhood Network is stand-alone charity. However it is currently a tenant of Hull City Council, renting office space at the Bespoke Centre in North Bransholme.