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Mrs Surfleet a registered customer of the car scheme thanked HWRA for an excellent service and also to personally thank the driver, Terry for his help and assitance in providing transport to her medical appointment.
The resulting Community Led Plan forms a blueprint for use by Town/Parish Councils and other local bodies, as well as providing evidence for funding bids to enable the actions identified to be completed.
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Understanding Diversity and Engagement in the Humber, Coast and Vale Region

Understanding Diversity and Engagement in the Humber, Coast and Vale Region

An opportunity to receive £100 for your charity by completing the survey. This research is being conducted on behalf of the Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership's VCSE Leadership Group and the Two Ridings Community Foundation to gain a more thorough understanding of the Humber Coast and Vale region's diversity and current engagement with services and funding.

17th June 2021 is Clean Air Day!

Clean Air Day takes place in June every year and is the UK’s largest air pollution campaign, developed to bring together communities, businesses, schools, and the health sector to raise awareness of air pollution and how we can all do our bit to tackle it. This year’s theme is ‘protect our children’s health from air pollution’ Did you know ? Every year, air pollution causes up to 36,000 deaths in the UK.

Job Vacancy at HWRCC

Community Development Worker – Community Infrastructure 25 hrs per week. Humber and Wolds Rural Action (HWRA) is seeking a Community Development Worker to further development our activities, services and projects which support community infrastructure: · Energy (use, costs, audits, suppliers, switching, fuel options, oil cooperatives etc.) · Digital (access, cost and range including broadband, wifi, satellite, 4G/5G, digital data etc.) · Housing (community led housing, affordable housing, specific issues in relation to rural housing etc.) · Community Development work, including Community Led Planning and Neighbourhood Planning, development of and work with parish cluster group.

Citizens Advice North Lincolnshire recruiting...

Citizens Advice North Lincolnshire currently have two posts available: - Link Worker (Social Prescribing) 37 hrs per week - Fundraising and Marketing Intern 37 per week

Hull and East Yorkshire LEP Skills Newsletter - June 2021

This is the very first Skills newsletter from the new HEY LEP Employment and Skills Team. They hope to continue to bring you key updates from the HEY LEP and their valued stakeholder community. They really value your contributions, so always encourage you to get in touch if you have something you would like to share also.

Job vacancies- Citizens Advice - Hull and East Riding have two vacancies at their Beverley and Bridlington offices.

Citizens Advice Hull and East Riding currently have the below vacancies based in our Beverley and Bridlington offices. The posts they are recruiting are: Service Delivery Manager Advice Session Supervisor

Nature Recovery Seed Corn Fund (Natural England)

The Natural England area team is likely to receive some ‘seed corn’ funding for the benefit of Nature Recovery in Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire. This is to fund or co-fund a handful of small projects with the aim of helping to kick start the Nature Recovery Network, for example by developing an idea, or by trialling or demonstrating a new approach on the ground. If you would like to apply for funding, please fill in the short Expression of Interest below and send it to Liam O’Reilly (email below) by the 7th June.


If you are interested in joining Humberside Police as a PCSO, their recruitment window is now OPEN.

Boundary Consultation in North Lincolnshire

Have your say- A consultation on ward boundaries for North Lincolnshire Council has begun. A ten week public consultation inviting proposals for new council wards and ward boundaries, please provide your views, the closing date is the 26 July 2021.

Have your say on Humber stretches of England Coast Path

Natural England is calling for the public to have their say on proposals to improve public access along a 120-mile stretch of coast around the Humber estuary. The deadline for representations and objections to Natural England is 7 July.

Round-up of the latest Government Covid-19 guidance for businesses

The latest information and advice from North Lincolnshire Council for local businesses.

Job opportunity- Healthwatch

Healthwatch North Lincolnshire currently have an exciting vacancy for a new Delivery Manager.
Transport for the North -Survey

Transport for the North -Survey

Your chance to have your say on transport and social exclusion in the north of England.

Job Vacancies at Carers Support Centre

Carers Support Centre currently have vacancies for a Carers Hospital Key Worker & Staff Liaison and a Service Delivery Manager.
Government failing to address rural needs.

Government failing to address rural needs.

Following the publication of the 2020 Rural Proofing Report, rural needs are not being adequately addressed.

Tackling False Information surrounding Coronavirus

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport is leading a campaign to help tackle the spread of false information about the COVID-19 vaccine. We have developed tailored social media posts fronted by trusted community members (faith leaders, clinicians and community leaders). These posts include simple tips on how to spot false information, critically analyse sources and stop its spread, signposting to the NHS as the most accurate source of information about the COVID19 vaccine.

British Trust for Ornithology

RSPB is looking to better engage with young people as volunteers to monitoring farmland wildlife and are running a few online workshops. Please share the information below my signature with anyone who might be interested. Help us monitor the long-term population changes of our lowland breeding waders in England and Wales.

Join The Healthwatch North Lincolnshire Partnership! Making A Difference Together

If your organisation is involved in providing a health or social care service in North Lincolnshire, we would love to hear from you. Being a member of our partnership means we can all work together to bring about effective and lasting change to benefit people across the area.

Job Vacancy- NL Alliance Volunteer Hub Coordinator

North Lincolnshire Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Alliance (NLVCSEA) NL Alliance Volunteer Hub Coordinator - 25 hour post. The person’s base will remain wherever they are currently and all ‘activities’ will be undertaken by telephone or virtual communication (Zoom, Teams etc.) until it is safe to commence face to face meetings again.

Job Vacancy- Mass Vaccine Volunteer Coordinator

2 x 10 hour posts which will provide cover across the 7 day period that the Mass Vaccination Centre is ‘live’. The North Lincolnshire VCSE Alliance* Volunteer Hub was established in June 2020 in response to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Humber, Coast & Vale/NHS What matters to you...matters to us! Survey

Your feedback will help us to understand what is important to you so that we can plan future health services with you in mind.

Job Vacancy at West Cliff Community Works

To provide administrative and clerical support to the Ways2Wellness Project. Must have previous admin experience working within a community setting including supporting volunteers and dealing with the public.

Engineering Apprenticeships at Northern Railways

Following on from Careers Week last week, Northern Railways are advertising Engineering Apprenticeships, they have produced a number of short films to provide more information.

Census 2021

Information in the form of a powerpoint presentation regarding the Census 2021 - 21st March. The census is predominantly online however it can also be completed on a paper questionnaire, to request one call free phone - 0800 1692021, text relay service- (18001) 0800 1412021, free language helpline - 0800 5872021 or to find your nearest Census Support Centre call - 0800 1412021.

You’re invited to the 2021 fundraising webinar by ERVAS

Fundraising for your charity with easyfundraising on Thursday, March 4, 2021 from 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM During these changing times, easyfundraising is a pandemic proof fundraising option for your organisation. Come along to the ERVAS free webinar to find out how it works, see a live demo, get advice on how to sign up and ask the easyfundraising team questions.

EU Settlement Scheme- ALL EU, EEA OR Swiss nationals and their family members must apply to this scheme by 30th June, 20221.

All EU, EEA or Swiss nationals and their family members must apply to the EU Settlement Scheme by Wednesday 30 June 2021 to continue living, working and studying in the UK. What is the EU Settlement Scheme? If you're an EU, EEA or Swiss national then the Settlement Scheme allows you and your family members to continue to live, work and study in the UK after we leave the EU. Registration also means you will remain eligible for: Public services, such as healthcare and schools Public funds and pensions British citizenship, if you want to apply and meet the requirements.

SCAM ALERT - Fraudsters are sending emails, texts and calling to offer COVID vaccinations.

As coronavirus vaccines are being rolled out across the UK, fraudsters are using this as an opportunity to scam people. The NHS is warning everyone to be vigilant about fake vaccination invitations. These scam emails, calls or texts often ask for personal and financial information, but the vaccine is free and the NHS would never ask for bank details.


The NHS in Humber, Coast and Vale is asking people aged 70 and over who haven’t been invited to have their COVID-19 vaccination yet to come forward and arrange a jab. Also more information for residents of the East Riding of Yorkshire.

Job Vacancies at Citizens Advice North Lincolnshire

Citizens Advice are recruiting for an Operations Supervisor and a Fundraising and Marketing Manager.

PassITon - passing on IT/tech to help others

PassITon is a mutual aid project that helps connect our community. We clean and refurbish donated tech, and then distribute it to people without access.

Village Halls Week- Celebrating 100 years together

The opening speeches by Lord Gardiner, Richard Quallington and Deborah Clarke with information about Village Halls Week and Events for the week.
Are you on the Priority Service Register with your energy supplier?

Are you on the Priority Service Register with your energy supplier?

WHAT IS IT? The Priority Service Register is a free service which gives you extra help and keeps you safe: For example, if there was a power cut or if your gas was disconnected, or if you need large print bills, someone to read your meter often, or support when dealing with your energy supplier.

Covid 19 Vaccine Scam

Humberside Police have been informed about a new scam that is being circulated, but looks very believable. It starts with a text, seemingly from the NHS saying that you are now eligible to apply for the new vaccine and to click on the link to apply.

Rural Charities celebrate 100 years of village halls.

Village Halls Week 2021 will recognise the contribution England’s 10,000+ halls have made to rural communities since the 1920s

Humberside Police- A Brief Guide to Fraud Prevention

During the COVID 19 Pandemic criminals have tried to make financial gain for themselves by targeting the public with a number of frauds that relate to the current situation. This guide will offer useful information to help you to not become a victim of fraud.

East Riding Council - Third Lockdown Guidelines

GP Nigel Wells reminds us of the current lockdown guidelines by a short video via Youtube.

Lincolnshire Community Foundation Grant Available

Lincolnshire Community Foundation would like to invite existing small local community groups, charities and organisations operating across North Lincolnshire to apply for up to £1,000.00 to support their future financial resilience, in particular where they’ve not been able to generate revenue, income or undertake fundraising activities because they had close due to the impact of Covid-19.

Farming with Trees

A virtual workshop hosted by CFE in partnership with The Woodland Trust and Tyne Rivers Trust on the 26th January.

Commissioner Seeks Volunteers To Scrutinise Aspects of Police Work

Police and Crime Commissioner Keith Hunter is seeking to recruit members of the public to act as volunteers to help scrutinise certain aspects of police work. These include the use of police powers such as Stop and Search and Use of Force, also how the police respond to reports of Hate Crime.

Spring 2021 Prospectus- Working for Health

Spring term starts 11th January and there are currently places still available on our workshops. Click below for more information.

Humber Health COVID Briefing short video from NHS leaders across the Humber region:

Our local NHS continues to treat many people with coronavirus, and deal with all the normal pressures winter brings. Please watch Dr Faisel Baig talk about how we can all help and support our NHS family throughout this difficult time and stay safe. There are simple steps you can do such as, following the guidance, continuing to wash your hands, wearing a face covering, maintaining social distancing, isolating when needed and using local NHS services responsibly. Finally, we would like to wish everyone a merry Christmas and a happy and healthy 2021.

Smile Foundation - Digital Divide Project in the Est Riding

This animation has been created for the Digital Divide project in the East Riding asking people to hand in their old technology for Timebank to refurbish and pass on to people.

Festive fun -Hull Truck Theatre and KCOM

Miracle on the Humber What will your Christmas miracle be this year? This Christmas enjoy the magic of storytelling from the comfort of your own home We’re all in need of some festive fun in 2020, so Hull Truck Theatre have teamed up with our friends at KCOM, to present Miracle on the Humber for audiences across Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire. Together, we’ll be bringing a series of magical festive tales to life across the course of four evenings in the run-up to the big day. At 5pm each evening, between 21 – 24 December, a new mini-film will go live on our YouTube Channel and website. Perfect for bedtime stories that the whole family can enjoy, these films will be available to watch for free and on-demand over the Christmas period. The four unique festive tales, created by local writers, Maureen Lennon and Sam Caseley are linked by the simple idea of performing or experiencing a Christmas miracle. Themed around kindness, joy, family and love, they’re sure to spark the Christmas spirit in even the biggest Grinch. Featuring a star-studded cast of narrators and a number of recognisable filming locations across our region, it’s a festive delight not to be missed. So, grab a blanket, snuggle up with your loved ones and behold a Miracle on the Humber this Christmas.

Humber Health COVID Briefing short video from NHS leaders across the Humber region

Winter can be a challenging time for the health of many people, and this is no ordinary winter. However, there are steps we can all take to avoid common winter illnesses or prevent them becoming worse especially if we are living with a health condition. Local GP and Clinical Chief Officer of North East Lincolnshire CCG Dr Peter Melton talks about what people can do to help them stay well this winter.

Merry Christmas From UK Men in Sheds Association

A huge thank you for all your support in 2020. Merry Christmas from everyone at UK Men's Sheds Association. Enjoy the 12 Days of Christmas.

News Release - Local Covid-19 vaccination in Hull & East Riding.

Confirmed sites in Hull and the East Riding.

North Lincs Council- Digital Skills Survey

North Lincolnshire Council are keen to gather views on digital skills in our area.
Humber Alliance Christmas Quiz

Humber Alliance Christmas Quiz

We had a fabulous Christmas Quiz today. Peter Shipp (Trustee of HWRA) was the Quizmaster, he devised and asked the questions. Carole Johnson, Emma Mottershaw and myself (Julie Cook) were the hostesses in the breakout rooms were each team was able to confer. Haltemprice came first, Driffield were 2nd and Beverley came third.

NORTHLINCS.GOV.UK - Leisure Centres

Current information about the county's Leisure Centres.

NORTHLINCS.GOV.UK- Online library resources

Information about the services that are offered by North Lincolnshire Libraries.

Children and Young People's Mental Health Support -Your online mental wellbeing community

Kooth PLC is a digital mental health and wellbeing company working to provide a welcoming space for digital mental health care, available to all.

NORTHLINCS.GOV.UK - Five ways to wellbeing

During challenging times, it’s really important we look after ourselves and those around us. This includes our physical health and just as importantly, our mental wellbeing.

Safer Neighbourhoods- Protect yourself from becoming a fraud victim

Important information to help you recognise fraud and scams.


RCEF is a £10 million programme delivered by the five Local Energy Hubs in the North East, North West, Midlands, South West and South East. Which supports rural communities across England to develop renewable energy projects, which provide economic and social benefits to their area. Each webinar is aimed at community groups across the UK to inspire them to apply for the funding available.

Walking and cycling survey-North Lincolnshire Council

We are committed to enabling the best walking and cycling opportunities for everyone who lives in, works in, or visits North Lincolnshire. We want to make sure that walking and cycling is safe, helps everyone be well, and means that we are all better connected.

NORTHLINCS.GOV.UK- Volunteer and support your community

Find local and national volunteering opportunities and set up a voluntary group. There are lots of ways you can get involved to help people in your own community.

Support Fuel Poverty Awareness Day – 27 November

This winter will be one of the most difficult in living memory. Lockdown and increasing unemployment will create a situation where more people are forced to spend time in homes that they can’t afford to heat. Many people will use more, pay more and owe more, while earning considerably less. The same health conditions impacted by cold indoor temperatures will place people at greater risk of C19, and coping strategies which people normally employ to get through the winter months, such as only having one heated room for the family to socialise in, could also increase the spread of infection. This not only threatens even more lives but hampers collective efforts to reduce infection and prevent the NHS from being overwhelmed. This Fuel Poverty Awareness Day we will be doing all we can to raise awareness of the problem, call for greater action, and highlight the existing help and support available. We would like to encourage as many organisations and individuals as possible to support the day, by sharing our key messages across social media and other communications channels as well as highlighting any support that you are able to offer vulnerable energy customers. We will share more details and our resource pack nearer the time. In the meantime here are some ideas of ways you can support on the day;.

East Riding of Yorkshire CCG- Humber Covid-19 briefings

As the number of coronavirus cases continue to be high across the Humber region, we are sharing short videos of our NHS leaders from across the Humber region: click to view-

Counter Terrorism Policing launch new ACT Early safeguarding website and advice line

The impact of Covid-19, social isolation and a rise in hateful extremism online is creating a “perfect storm” which is making more young people vulnerable to radicalisation and other forms of grooming. Click to view the website.

North Lincolnshire Council 5 Ways to Wellbeing

Five ways to wellbeing inside and outside of work during Coronavirus lockdown.

AGM Zoom Recording 17th November 2020

This may have been a very strange year so far but one thing is certain, the voluntary and community sector has never been more needed or appreciated and we look forward to continuing to work together to better support and improve the lives of the communities that we serve.

Community Hubs and Libraries in North Lincolnshire Update

Information about Hubs and Libraries in North Lincolnshire

Hull Community Safety Partnership, 'Missed Me' short film

The ‘Not In Our (NIOC) film ‘Missed Me?’ showing some of the dangers and the reasons why some children and young people go missing. The film was commissioned by the Hull Community Safety Partnership through PCC funding and was launched recently.

NHS Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Patients- Would you like to help us shape our outpatient services?

National; Heritage Lottery Fund on phased return

9th November 2020

You may be interested to know that the National Lottery Heritage Fund is starting a phased reopening of its funding programme later this month. For details, please see the link below:

Let’s Talk Lockdown featuring Jacky Birkett from HWRA !

What on earth can Sheds and individual Shedders do to navigate this season of ever-changing covid rules and guidelines? To coincide with the English Lockdown we had a ‘Shedder to Shedder’ chat on Thursday 5 November 2020. Watch it here:

More than a Pub programme – Plunkett Foundation

The More than a Pub programme provides business development support to enable the community control of pubs in both rural and urban communities across England

Current Status- Local Covid Alert Level High

After close discussions with Government and Public Health, North Lincolnshire will move from local COVID alert level medium to local COVID alert level high from 00.01 on Saturday 31 October.

Free Flu Vaccinations for eligible residents of Hull &the East Riding

Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Groups, along with their local authority public health colleagues are keen to ensure that all eligible patients, particularly those in high-risk groups and newly entitled categories, receive their free flu vaccination

Halloween Poster from Community Safety News

Humberside Police have issued this 'NO TRICK OR TREAT' poster for those who do not want anyone knocking on their doors during the Halloween period.

Humber and Wolds Rural Action receives Nation Lottery Funding to support communities due to the impact of Covid-19.

Humber and Wolds Rural Action (HWRA) has received £23,231 in funding from The National Lottery Community Fund to build on and amplify the creativity and compassion seen in communities and across civil society during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership are advertising an exciting job opportunity for a VCSE Programme Director

An exciting new position of Programme Director has been created to ensure the VCSE sector has a strong influential voice and visibility, and is able to contribute to the health and well-being of the Humber Coast and Vale population.

BEWARE - Mystery Shopper Recruitment Scams targeting job-seekers.

Fraudsters are targeting job-seekers with a recruitment scam that has already claimed 35 victims with losses totalling over £51,000. All of the victims have so far been from London.

Press release from NLC :Self-isolation payments for low-income workers now available

People on low-incomes who have been told to self-isolate by NHS Test & Trace can now apply to North Lincolnshire Council for a new cash payment of £500. It is part of the Government’s plan to support vulnerable families when they self-isolate. To keep the community safe as we adapt to life with Covid-19 anyone with symptoms of COVID-19 must self-isolate and book a test. People can claim the £500 payment if they are receiving Universal Credit, Working Tax Credit, income-based employment and support allowance, income-based jobseeker’s allowance, income support, housing benefit and/or pension credit. The council may still be able to help people who don’t receive these benefits but are working, on a low income and are self-isolating. Applicants must be employed or self-employed, unable to work from home and have been told to self-isolate by NHS Test & Trace from 28 September onwards. To apply online click on the link or call 01724 297000

Job Opportunity-Community Led Housing Hub Manager

We are pleased to be recruiting our first Community Led Housing Hub Manager to further develop our Hub and support communities develop high quality, affordable homes for local people.
National Libraries Week 5th - 10th October

National Libraries Week 5th - 10th October

It's #librariesweek 2020 - a celebration of the contribution libraries make to communities Books Does your rural community have a great library? Perhaps in a village hall or a more unusual setting like this phone box? If so tweet a photo and tag us on Twitter @ACRE_national
Foodbank Job - Citizens Advice

Foodbank Job - Citizens Advice

Please see the attached documents for the Foodbank Advisor vacancy - closing date 12th October 2020.

Humber Covid-19 Information Champions newsletter

This issue provides information on employment during the COVID-19 pandemic, covering topics such as what furlough is, where you can seek support when applying for a job, and information you may find useful if you employ a Personal Assistant (PA).

Business And Energy Minister Backs Winter Fuel Readiness Campaign

UK minister for business, energy and clean growth Kwasi Kwarteng MPhas this week announced his support for liquid fuels trade association the UK and Ireland Fuel Distributors Association (UKIFDA) Get Winter Ready campaign.
The Prince's Countryside Fund

The Prince's Countryside Fund

We are thrilled to announce we are OPEN for grant applications! Party popper Grants of up to £10,000 are available for projects from across the UK which are working to create resilient rural communities Supported by @PostcodeLottery @PostcodePress

Lincs 4 Warmer Homes

9 Councils from across Greater Lincolnshire have joined forces to help people cut their home energy costs. These include North & North East Lincolnshire Councils. Launched in June, the Lincs 4 Warmer Homes (L4WH) scheme was set up to offering home energy efficiency improvements and advice. See below the types of support available to residents in North & North East Lincolnshire.
Voluntary Action North Lincolnshire

Voluntary Action North Lincolnshire

Trustee Role Description

ACRE Report on Sustaining the Community Spirit during the Pandemic

Action with Communities in Rural England (ACRE) welcomes the report published today by Devizes MP, Danny Kruger which makes a series of proposals to government for sustaining the community spirit seen during the coronavirus pandemic.

Call for Government to level-up rural areas to support England’s economic recovery from COVID-19

24th September 2020

A coalition of thirteen leading rural organisations is today urging the Government to commit to more equitable funding in rural areas to support England’s economic recovery from COVID-19.

East Yorkshire Foodbank, Covid Safe Food Donation Drive Thru in Hornsea

22nd September 2020

At the foodbank we are keen to live up to our name and ensure we are helping all those who need our service across East Yorkshire. Our donations drive-thrus will be moving around the county to raise our profile as well as donations.

Would you like FREE Central Heating?

If you are in receipt of certain Income related Benefits and currently rely on inefficient storage heaters, fixed and/or portable room heaters or a solid fuel fire, you could be eligible for funding.

Warm Homes Week 2020 - from National Energy Action run 14th - 17th September

A Full Programme of events run by National Energy Action, the |Fuel Poverty charity.

Humber Covid-19 Information Champions newsletter.

This issue focuses on information regarding the seasonal flu vaccine. Please see the attached documents for more information.

Cyber Awareness and Digital Inclusion Survey

Please complete the short survey to understand and map any further gaps in provision around cyber security.

Hull & East Riding CCGs to hold their Annual General Meetings virtually

NHS Hull CCG and NHS East Riding of Yorkshire CCG will be holding each of their annual general meetings virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These will be streamed through their Facebook pages and Youtube channels at the dates and times specified below. Both CCGs will be looking back at some of the key highlights and achievements from the previous year, as well as focussing on the future, including the response and recovery to Covid-19. Find the details below, we hope you can join us.

More Than a Pub Programme Re-opens with £2.2m in New Funding for England

25th August 2020

Community organisations in rural England that want to take control of their local pub for the benefit of the local community, can apply now for a support package.

East Riding of Yorkshire - NHS Services

Get ready for the Bank Holiday.

Mind North Lincolnshire - Coping with Life

North Lincolnshire Mind is starting a new Coping with Life support group where you would learn new skills and meet new people.

Mind North Lincolnshire- Late Night Mental Health

The Haven offers metal health support to people aged 16 and over on Thurs-Sun, 6pm-12 midnight.

Healthwatch North Lincolnshire's Virtual Get Together

Please share your experiences of how the Covid-19 Pandemic has affected your mental health.

East Yorkshire Foodbank - First Ever Drive Through !!!

East Yorkshire foodbank are going to be running their first ever donations drive-through. It is designed to be a physically distanced quick and easy way for anyone to donate. If donors could bring food in their car boot we will lift it out, no need to get out of the car! All donations from one can upwards gratefully received. When - Wednesday 26th August Time - 10am - 12 noon Where - Bridgehead Business Park (the car park to the rear of the ERGO building), by the Humber Bridge roundabout, Hessle HU13 0DH
Broad Beans,Buddleia and Bourbon Biscuits !!

Broad Beans,Buddleia and Bourbon Biscuits !!

Exciting News! Broad Beans, Buddleia and Bourbon Biscuits will be broadcast this coming Friday 21st August at 7pm on Heckington Living Radio . . .…/Heckington-Living-Community-Ra-a52107 Please spread the word, it would be fabulous to get as many listeners as possible for, what has been, a wonderful project to be involved with. Remember it is an internet radio so anyone in the UK can tune in so tell all you friends and family about it wherever they may be.

Funding boost to help communities plan their neighbourhoods

18th August 2020

Funding to help neighbourhood planning groups in urban and deprived areas develop local neighbourhood plans.


13th August 2020

Minister for Digital Infrastructure Matt Warman MP (Con) writes in The Telegraph that 500,000 homes and businesses now have access to gigabit-capable broadband as part of the Government’s £1 billion commitment to fund its rollout since 2018

A Brief Guide to Fraud Prevention

Between April 2019 and March 2020 there 7471 people reported that they had been a victim of fraud in Humberside. This was up 9% on the year before. The total amount these victims lost was £13.7 million which was up 60% on the year before. In North Lincolnshire there were 724 victims losing £3.2 million.

Welcome to Young Friends

Young Friends is part of Friends Against Scams - and has been designed to teach young people aged 8+ about: • Scams and how they can affect people’s lives • Different types of scams including – postal, telephone, online and doorstep • How to protect themselves from being scammed • How to spot and help a scam victim

We Care Newsletter

Please click on the link for the Spring Newsletter.

Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership stakeholder newsletter

Please see the attached link for our Newsletter.

Carer Wellbeing Workshop

Up and coming workshops for Carers. Join us online via Zoom. Technical support is available, please call 01652 650585 to book your place.

Student Volunteering with Third Sector Organisations

Carl Duck is the Placement Coordinator in the School of Education, The University of Hull. Carl also works for Humber All Nations Alliance as the Partnership and Funding Officer and appreciates the challenges that Third Sector has been going through as a result of Covid-19; and we know that there are more challenges to face us. Carl works with approximately 100 undergraduates each year in the School of Education who are required to complete unpaid placements. These students are studying Education in the broader sense and many are interested in working with charities or community groups both now and as a career. Supporting a student as a volunteer at this time will provide your organisation with additional capacity; it will provide the student with valuable experience at a time when conditions are challenging. This resilience will augur well for the student in the future. If you think you might be able to support a student one day per week from September or from January 2020 please get in touch with Carl Duck BA Hons PGCAP PGDL PGCM PGDM MBA FHEA FInstLM on or telephone : 01482 465146 Wilberforce 369 Students are a great asset and they can add new perspectives on the challenges that we face. Many are very tech savvy and have a great understanding of social media.

Warm Home Discount

23rd July 2020

The Warm Home Discount scheme for Utilita opens for a week from 5th to 12th August. If households who are supplied by Utilita for their energy do not apply within this week they will miss out on the £140 grant for winter 2020/21

Covid19 likely to have a negative impact on the delivery of affordable rural housing

7th July 2020

A fall in property prices as a consequence of Covid19 could reduce the number of affordable homes that get built in the countryside whilst larger, more inappropriate development could get the go-ahead warns charity, Action with Communities in Rural England (ACRE).W We know that many rural communities are supportive of small-scale housing schemes that are sensitive to the look and feel of the local area and which create homes that are affordable to local residents. But the fallout from Covid19 could up-end the viability of such schemes.

East Yorkshire Food Bank - WE ARE RECRUITING…

1st July 2020

A Project Manager - see more below.

Grants now available for tree planting projects across the East Riding

30th June 2020

Grants of up to £5,000 are being made available to private and public landowners, town and parish councils as well as other community groups in a bid to increase the number of native trees across the East Riding.
” Keeping People Connected”  - Cloverleaf Advocacy

” Keeping People Connected” - Cloverleaf Advocacy

Cloverleaf are a registered Charity delivering advocacy throughout North Lincolnshire and have been for well over a decade. In response to Covid 19 we are delivering a targeted project called ” Keeping People Connected” aimed at adults with a learning disability – Adults with Autism ASC and or a Learning Disability LD. to ensure access to support around Covid19.

Pride Fall 2020

"Operation Pride Fall" is an alleged organized cyberattack on the LGBTQ+ community by alt-right* 4chan* users. An archived thread beginning in May encouraged users to target companies and organisations that support Pride by posting anti-LGBTQ+ content on social media pages. The campaign would start on June 1st, the beginning of Pride Month, and escalate throughout the month. Users are encouraged to create fake profiles, phone numbers, and emails. The intention is for the group to spread LGBTQ+ hate messages on social media, dox, spread personal information, and out LGBTQ+ kids on Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, and other social platforms.

Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership - Integrated Care System

We are pleased to announce that the Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership has become an Integrated Care System (ICS), after our application was ratified by NHS England and NHS Improvement (see document attached). Professor Stephen Eames CBE, Independent Chair and System Lead of the HCV Partnership, said: “Our confirmation as an integrated care system is fantastic news and a real testament to the strength of commitment of all of our leaders across our Local Authorities, NHS bodies and other health and care organisations to developing a strong and effective partnership across Humber, Coast and Vale. “It is a signal of the confidence that the national team has in our Partnership and should be a source of great pride for everyone who is a part of the Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership.

A Guide to Rural Community Resilience

A Guide to Rural Community Resilience is a new published guidance produced with groundwork which draws on the experience of initiatives supported by ACRE Network members, providing practical tips for rural residents to prepare for, and help each other, at times of crisis.

Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme – Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport

11th November 2020

Homes and small to medium-sized businesses (SMEs) in rural parts of the East Riding that cannot currently access internet speeds over 30Mpbs may be eligible for funding from the Rural Gigabit Voucher Scheme to help them connect to gigabit-capable broadband provision.

Calendar News Interview

Please watch the link below for the interview from Friday 29th May with Susan Oliver to talk about the impact the Pandemic has had on rural areas and what the communities have done to help those that feel isolated and vulnerable.

Bright Green Future programme open for applications

Bright Green Future, CSE's national environmental youth project, is now accepting applications for its fifth and latest cohort of young people. It has been extended to 24th July. The £1 million National-Lottery funded scheme, managed by the Communities team at CSE, offers a unique and free year-long curriculum of environmental training for 14-17 year olds from across the UK.

The East Riding Stronger Together Covid-19 Fund

Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprises (VCSE) in the East Riding are working together to respond to the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic. The East Riding VCSE Network has established a new fund and consultancy support to help voluntary sector organisations during this crisis.

ACRE's Statement on the Chancellors charity support package

Please read the attached document for a quote from ACRE Chair David Emerson Jeremy Leggett is available for comment and interviews over the weekend.
Village Halls

Village Halls

** Do you help run a village or community hall? ** This is IMPORTANT if you do! ACRE is responsible for writing everyday hiring agreements, licensing, working with MPs and more. Our 2009 survey helped secure £3m in funding for Village Halls and we know you need more. If you have some spare time this weekend, please take some time to complete our National Village and Community Halls Survey. You've only got until the 31st March and every answer will help us make sure hall trustees get the best advice and service we can give as well as the power to drive positive change.

FREE Suicide Prevention Training in Beverley

One in 15 people will attempt suicide at some point in their lives. Anyone can suffer from suicidal thoughts but every one of us can make a difference. FREE suicide prevention training workshops are being held in Beverley on Wednesday 11 March 2020 at Waffle 21, Colonial House, Swinemoor Lane, Beverley, HU17 0LS. Sessions will run 1.30pm-2.30pm and 3pm-4pm.

Government Announces Funding for Flood-affected Areas

Thousands of pounds of support, including grants, council tax relief and business rate relief is being provided to support people and businesses in storm-hit areas of England. The government has triggered its Flood Recovery Framework to support areas impacted by Storms Ciara and Dennis with funding for households and businesses to begin recovery works.

Armed Forces veteran friendly accredited GP Practice

Across England, there are now over 700 veteran friendly accredited GP practices to help ensure that patients who are ex armed forces get the best possible care. Being a patient at one of these GP practices means that you will have access to a dedicated clinician who has a specialist knowledge of military related health conditions and veteran specific mental and physical health services.

North & North East Lincolnshire set to benefit from Get Out Get Active

More UK locations will be part of Get Out Get Active’s (GOGA) success story over the next three years. Thousands more inactive people across 21 locations will benefit from the latest £5million programme funding. Today, Active Humber is delighted to announce North & North East Lincolnshire are successful locations.

Healthwatch East Riding of Yorkshire – GP Appointment Review

Healthwatch East Riding of Yorkshire are undertaking a GP Appointment Review in order to capture the views and opinions of the public regarding booking appointments, waiting times and access to appointments.

'Whose Shoes' Shaping Maternity Services NHS

Take part in an interactive game of ‘Whose Shoes?’ which we hope will empower mums and dads to share their experiences of maternity care and what really makes a difference. Health care staff will be there to listen and work in partnership with you to help improve maternity experiences.

An App a day ..... Helping Humber stay Happy and Healthy

11th February 2020

NHS partners across the Humber are breaking new ground with an innovation designed to help people lead healthier lives from their smartphone and tablet.
Census of Rural England's Village and Community Halls to launch this week

Census of Rural England's Village and Community Halls to launch this week

Following on from a highly successful Village Halls’ Week that involved over 700 village halls, actively engaged 18 MPs and attracted coverage from Countryfile, national Newspapers and resulted in #villagehallsweek trending on Twitter ACRE will launch a national survey. ACRE has carried out this comprehensive Survey every 10 years and in 2020 is pleased to be working with Power to Change and Sheffield Hallam University. The Survey will be distributed to 10,000 village halls across England by the ACRE Network members and is a crucial piece of work. ACRE will use the data to help secure funding for halls, to ensure that advice and information adapts to the challenges facing volunteer hall committees and that the ACRE Network can continue to provide the very best support. ACRE wants to encourage all kinds of community buildings that provide facilities for their communities to take part. Not just traditional village halls but community centres, sports pavilions, church halls, churches providing community use, community centres, Miners Welfare Institutes, WI halls and community pubs providing meeting rooms ACRE’s Deborah Clarke commented ”Whilst it’s essential for us to have the hard data as evidence to support our work the information collected will paint a picture of the social and economic impact on communities of having a hall in their community and it provides a detailed look at social change over time. We are extremely grateful to all the hall committees that give their time to manage village halls and will take the time to complete this survey”

Healthwatch Cervical Screening Survey

We are looking to carry out semi structured/ informal interviews with service users who have experienced issues with accessing screening due to disabilities. Please complete the survey to help us identify areas of need.Thank you

Oral Health in Care Homes

Getting to the root of the issue by Healthwatch, North Lincolnshire

URGENT APPEAL on behalf of Scunthorpe Mens Shed!

This valuable project is looking for new premises in the Scunthorpe or surrounding area, ie Ashby, Bottesford. Scunthorpe Mens Shed needs a building that can be used as a woodwork workshop and needs room for carpentry equipment and storage facilities. Scunthorpe Mens Shed makes a wide range of high quality wooden items such as 'mud kitchens', bird boxes and tables, wood turned items and much much more. DO YOU KNOW WHERE THEIR NEW 'HOME' COULD BE?
Scunthorpe and District Mind

Scunthorpe and District Mind

Late Night mental Health Support

Recognition award for vaccination uptake amongst care sector staff across the North of England You can help us to help you and the people you care for

In the North of England, NHS England and NHS Improvement and Public Health England have come together to set up an award scheme to recognise the efforts made by the care sector, care homes, hospices and domiciliary care providers, who have achieved a high level of flu vaccine uptake for their staff. This scheme is being implemented following a successful pilot scheme that ran during the last flu season (2018-19). The award includes all health and social care staff who are directly involved in the care of vulnerable patients/clients who are at increased risk from exposure to influenza. Vulnerable means those patients /clients in a clinical risk group for flu, or who are aged 65 years or over and is intended to complement any existing local initiatives. The flu jab helps to protect you from catching flu and it also reduces the risk of you passing the virus on to the people you care for. There is an increased risk of them catching flu because of their long-term condition or disability, and they could develop complications and become seriously ill as a result.
Voluntary and Community Sector charter

Voluntary and Community Sector charter

This Charter has been developed collaboratively between the voluntary and community sector and the members of the place partnership. It is intended to be as inclusive as possible and will be kept under constant monitoring and review to measure outcomes, impact and reflect the developing relationship across the sectors.

Humber Acute Services Review Public Engagement Events

Across the Humber region, the NHS and other partners are working together to plan for the long-term future of acute hospital services. Last year work started on six specialties. Now we are looking at a broader range of hospital services over the coming months.

The Village Survival Guide

The Prince’s Countryside Fund’s inspiring new guide helps get rural communities up and running
A big HELLO from the Smile Community Hive Team

A big HELLO from the Smile Community Hive Team

9th August 2018

Smile Foundation has brought good intentions to life over the last nine years, all thanks to our corporate supporters. We are extremely proud and excited to be building on this success by working in partnership with East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust and Hull & East Yorkshire Mind.

Better Care Stakeholder Bulletin Issue 7

2nd May 2018

Working together to improve Health and Wellbeing

Bright Green Future

6th March 2018

It's your world, step up and be heard.
North Yorkshire & East Riding Community-Led Housing Hub Launched

North Yorkshire & East Riding Community-Led Housing Hub Launched

20th May 2021

A new hub to help communities develop Community-Led affordable homes across North Yorkshire and East Riding has been launched this year. The Hub has two job share managers and includes CLH Advisors who can support new and existing groups.

Energy efficient heating for over 100 homes

16th January 2018

One hundred and forty five homes are to get their heating facilities revamped through a new scheme being offered by the South Humber Energy Efficiency Partnership across North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire.

Macmillan Animated Video Project - benefits of patient involvement

16th January 2018

We had an idea but we don’t know if it’s a good one yet. So, we want to ask some people who have experience of cancer to work with us to make it an incredible idea, and then to turn it into a fantastic video resource.

Future of urgent care services discussed by health bosses

21st December 2017

East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has today, 19 December 2017, announced its intention to progress with implementing plans to transform urgent care services across the East Riding area. This follows a three month public consultation from October 2016 to January 2017 on the CCG’s plans to improve access to care and treatment for minor injuries and to change the way people receive care in the community.

Stay well this winter, don’t get caught without medicines

21st December 2017

Christmas and New Year can be a busy time, which makes it easy to miss checking on your medicine supplies. So local GPs are asking people to order repeat prescriptions early to make sure they have enough to tide them over the holiday period when some GP practices and pharmacies are closed.

North Lincs. Learning Disability Partnership

12th December 2017

Partnership Newsletter

Winteringham Fibre Broadband meeting with LincsFibre

28th November 2017

Presentation from LincsFibre to residents of the village about the potential of having Fibre Optic broadband direct to your home with speeds of 1Gbps upload and download.

Do you qualify for a FREE home eye test?

22nd November 2017

If you live in England , Wales and Scotland this may be for you.

Wolds Singles and Social Group

The group is looking for new members to join the group, which aims to reduce loneliness in the over 50's.

NHS - Stay Well This Winter

7th November 2017

Free Flu jabs available - see why you should take up this offer NOW.

Integration (Better Care) Programme Board - Key Messages

25th October 2017

key messages from the BCF Programme Board meeting held on the 20th October 2017,
Beverley Community Lift Rallying Cry!

Beverley Community Lift Rallying Cry!

9th October 2017

Proposed changes to operator licensing will have a major impact on Beverley Community Lift and community transport generally.
Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust,

Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust,

20th September 2017

Scunthorpe Hospital Engagement and Listening Event - Your Views Matter to Us.

Welcome to the Community Transport Association's News Brief and Petition

At the beginning of August 2017 the Department for Transport sent out a letter which could have major implications for charities, community groups and public bodies that provide transport for their service users.

Winterton Men in Sheds

2nd August 2017

Tools, Tinkering, Talking and Tea! To find out more read on.

NHS East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG

24th July 2017

Additional recycling centres to benefit East Riding patients

Clinical patient outcomes improved in the East Riding of Yorkshire area

24th July 2017

NHS East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group (ERY CCG), including clinical leaders, has today (21 July 2017) been recognised by NHS England for its ‘exceptional leadership’ and has demonstrated improvements in a range of clinical areas in the 2016-17 annual performance assessment.

Recruitment of volunteer drivers for North East Lincolnshire Voluntary Transport Schemes – we need you!

15th June 2017

A number of partner organisations are working together to create a voluntary transport scheme that covers the whole of North East Lincolnshire and supports isolated residents or those who are unable to access public transport services.

Health and Social Care Information for Consumers

12th June 2017

Join Healthwatch East Riding of Yorkshire at our offices in Brough for a free one day event in support of Health Information Week.

Stress highlighted as a main priority for East Riding residents

22nd May 2017

Healthwatch East Riding of Yorkshire (HWERY) have produced a report which highlights stress levels at work or in education to be the main health & social care priority for residents of the East Riding.

East Riding of Yorkshire non-emergency medical transport provider announced

7th April 2017

NHS East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is pleased to announce that following a rigorous procurement process Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust (YAS) has been awarded a new five-year contract to continue running non-emergency medical transport services (previously referred to as patient transport service) across the East Riding of Yorkshire.
Stuck for Local Transport?

Stuck for Local Transport?

30th March 2017

In the Sancton, Newbald, Market Weighton and Goodmanham area

Urgent care plans approved

The future of urgent care services in the East Riding of Yorkshire have today been confirmed, with three urgent care centres open 365 days per year set to be introduced in Beverley, Bridlington and Goole, replacing the current minor injury units across the region.

Village SOS the story of a great success

Links will show the true extent of the success of this project including a Case Study from Kilwick.

Coast, Wolds, Wetlands and Waterways Funding Programme Update

15th February 2017

The LEADER Team last updated you on the CWWW LEADER Programme in December 2016, advising that the programme budget was fully committed to March 2017. See more information by reading more.

Take part: survey on the role of places of worship in communities

This is rural communities chance to explain the importance of the Church in rural village life and how that can be explored for the betterment of the community, heritage and faith.

Stay well this winter and choose the right care

6th January 2017

Doctors at East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group are reminding local residents to make sure they stock up on necessary medicines now to stay well over the Christmas period.

Village Halls on the BBC Radio Humberside

6th January 2017

Listen to the clips including HWRCC's Susan Oliver on the work of Village Halls and their importance to local communities.
Action Towards Inclusion – Making a Sustained Difference.

Action Towards Inclusion – Making a Sustained Difference.

North Yorkshire Partnership Secures £7.4m of funding for the Community and Voluntary Sector over Three Years

Agreement made on new community services contract

7th December 2016

Following a long and thorough procurement process NHS East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has agreed to award a five-year contract, of around £27 million per annum, to City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCP CIC) to provide community services across East Riding of Yorkshire from 1 April 2017.

Trustee Vacancies

6th March 2018

HWRA are looking for dynamic trustees to lead the successful on-going work of the charity

OFCOM - Your chance to help them deliver a better Broadband service!

If you're a broadband customer & live in a rural area, we’d like your help to understand more about your experiences

North East Lincolnshire Local Plan – Regulation 19 Publication of a local plan (further consultation)

12th October 2016

The North East Lincolnshire Local Plan is being prepared at time when there is a genuine opportunity to deliver major economic growth. The prospect of growth is real, we are already witnessing the signs of a new and exciting future for the area. New industries associated with the growth in off-shore wind operations and maintenance activities at the Port of Grimsby will stay with us for at least one generation. Consultation has played an important part in shaping the Local Plan. The Pre-Submission Draft Local Plan (2016) was published on the 29 February 2016 in order that the final statutory six week consultation could be undertaken. We received 511 representations during that consultation, some of which presented challenges to the robustness of the evidence base supporting the Plan.

Flu prevention information

Please see below for further promotional information regarding the flu awareness campaign.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council are extremely pleased to announce that the CWWW LEADER Programme is open for business.

Programme criteria, items not eligible for funding under this programme, along with other key documents, application forms and guidance are available for download. Please visits the Rural Programmes website

Caring for the Carer Planning support for Carers in North Lincolnshire

22nd August 2016

North Lincolnshire Council published an All Age Carers Commissioning Strategy in June 2015. The Strategy spans all life stages and enables North Lincolnshire Council to fulfil its statutory duties to adult carers who care for adults, as well as supporting the smooth transition of children and young people and young carers to adult carer support services in line with assessed need.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council's Council Tax Support Consultation

The annual Council Tax Support consultation went live online yesterday on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council "have your say" page and will run until 16 October 2016.
East Riding of Yorkshire health projects win top awards

East Riding of Yorkshire health projects win top awards

A number of innovative health projects in the East Riding won three awards for NHS East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) at the recent Health Expo Awards 2016.

Coast, Wolds, Wetlands & Waterways (CWWW) LEADER Programme

15th June 2016

The CWWW LEADER Local Action Group met on the 25th May 2016 and agreed the formal launch of the CWWW LEADER Programme to follow the end of the Purdah period @ 24th June.

East Riding 4 Communities Mini Guide

Find funding to support your project through East Riding 4 Communities.

East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group

Meeting your health information needs

East Riding of Yorkshire Council's Connecting Communities Grant

What is the Connecting Communities grant scheme? It is a scheme that provides funding for projects that get older people involved in social or physical activities or to take part in events that are happening in the community where they live. If you need help to fund an idea, then the grant may be able to help you.

Government response to review of rural proofing implementation carried out by an independent team led by Lord Cameron of Dillington.

Today the government’s response to the Lord Cameron Review on Rural Proofing has been published.

Healthwatch East Riding of Yorkshire

Healthwatch are looking for volunteers

Penny Brohn Cancer Care - Live Well with the Impact of Cancer.

21st May 2015

Penny Brohn Cancer Care are delivering a new Live Well with the Impact of Cancer service to people affected by cancer, and their loved ones or carers, in Hull and East Yorkshire.

Many over-65s in England 'rarely use public transport'

22nd June 2015

The public transport system is failing the oldest and most vulnerable in society in England, a report says. The Future of Transport in an Ageing Society was compiled by think tank The International Longevity Centre - UK (ILC-UK) and charity Age UK.

Dementia Awareness

20th July 2015

Find out how Hull & East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust is raising awareness and caring for patients with dementia.

Isle of Axholme and Hatfield Chase Landscape Partnership

16th October 2014

The Isle of Axholme and Hatfield Chase Landscape Partnership (IoAHC, formerly known as the Humberhead Levels Landscape Partnership) is now under way following a successful bid by the Humberhead Levels Partnership to the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) national Landscape Partnership scheme. The scheme is expected to run from 2016-2020 and will bring together interests covering the natural and built environment, heritage, culture and sense of place in Hatfield Woodhouse, Moorends, Thorne and the Isle of Axholme.

New guide aims to protect communities from flooding

2nd April 2015

A free, practical guide to help rural communities protect themselves from flooding is now available from HWRCC.

Do you want to improve NHS services across East Yorkshire?

15th December 2014

Join Involve! The purpose of Involve is to establish a strong network of local people, patients, carers, voluntary sector representatives and other partners that have an interest in NHS service developments.

Goole & District Carers Support Group

14th November 2014

The 'Time of Your Life' project offers carers in the district of Goole an opportunity to share experiences, gain friendship and take part in activities.

National survey paints portrait of village hall life: 12 million hours of volunteering, £11m of renovations and 38.6 million cups of tea

17th September 2014

England’s 10,000 village halls rely on more than 12 million hours of volunteering each year to deliver their vital role at the heart of rural communities, a new survey* has revealed.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council publishes guide on recent changes to the Planning System

11th July 2014

As part of the East Riding of Yorkshire Rural Update, the guide is designed to help farmers and business owners understand recent changes to the Planning System in relation to Permitted Development Rights.

Top ten tips as heating oil customers urged to buy early

21st August 2014

Heating oil users are being urged to follow ten top tips by HWRCC ahead of the annual 'buy early' campaign.

Become a member of the Hull and East Riding Greenshare Network

7th August 2016

Following a launch event in March, the Hull and East Riding Greenshare Network has been set up for groups, organisations and individuals with an interest in environmental issues to share useful information.

New brochure now available for Wheels to Work scheme!

4th October 2015

HWRCC's Wheels for Work scheme in North East Lincolnshire has recently launched a new brochure.

East Riding of Yorkshire NHS Independent Complaints Advocacy (ICA)

4th June 2013

The registered charity, Carers Federation, has been appointed to provide NHS Independent Complaints Advocacy (ICA) for the East Riding of Yorkshire.

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Understanding Diversity and Engagement in the Humber, Coast and Vale Region

An opportunity to receive £100 for your charity by completing the survey. This research is being conducted on behalf of the Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership's VCSE Leadership Group and the Two Ridings Community Foundation to gain a more thorough understanding of the Humber Coast and Vale region's diversity and current engagement with services and funding.

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17th June 2021 is Clean Air Day!

Clean Air Day takes place in June every year and is the UK’s largest air pollution campaign, developed to bring together communities, businesses, schools, and the health sector to raise awareness of air pollution and how we can all do our bit to tackle it. This year’s theme is ‘protect our children’s health from air pollution’ Did you know ? Every year, air pollution causes up to 36,000 deaths in the UK.

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