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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18th September 2019

Read the latest edition of the national Neighbourhood Watch newsletter now!

The new edition of Our News is out now! In their latest issue, they profile the Neighbour of […]
5th September 2019

Hull And East Riding Interfaith meeting

September 17 @ 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm Addiction Recovery Through Faith The event will start with the showing of […]
30th August 2019

Hull: Hearts & Crafts social evening

27th September @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Organised by Life And Loom, this is a social evening supporting adults with […]
28th August 2019

Hull: Friends Against Scams Training

Our friends over at NHS Hull CCG are offering a FREE Scam Awareness Training course. This is being […]


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.