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Fiona - Electric Tricycle User, Age 51. 'I purchased an electric tricycle as I have Multiple Sclerosis and can no longer ride a bicycle due to poor balance and mobility issues. I have found that been out on my tricycle that my fitness and it has had an impact on weight loss With the pedal assist I am still able to pedal and use my legs which is important to keep my muscles active, reduce numbness and I am also able to cycle further including hills and this also helps with fatigue as I tire easily. I have enjoyed being able to access local rural areas which has had a positive impact on my mental health and wellbeing, especially during this difficult time due to Covid-19 and being isolated as a clinically vulnerable person. This has meant that I have been able to get out of the house and feel safe whilst exercising. There are a lot of support groups on social media where I have met other like minded cyclists who have offered invaluable support and advice and I have met up with another lady tricycle rider as a riding companion.'
Wheels to Work North Lincolnshire Scheme - John from Grimsby ‘I joined the scheme in 2021 after hearing about it from a family member. I was in need of transport to get to and from work as I had my motorbike stolen and was not able to replace it. As a short-term arrangement I was relying on a family member to take and pick me up from work. For me the key benefit of the wheels to work scheme was that it provided me with a scooter that enabled me to get to and from work, it also gave me back independence and freedom. I would definitely recommend the scheme and I have done so to friends who are need of transport to get to work. Don’t’ underestimate the scooters as they are extremely reliable . My experience of the scheme was great, and I was glad that I was successful in receiving a scooter via the scheme’.
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.
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Mental Health Awareness Week - Theme Loneliness

Mental Health Awareness Week - Theme Loneliness

Together we can tackle loneliness One in four adults feel lonely some or all of the time. There’s no single cause and there’s no one solution. After all, we’re all different! But, the longer we feel lonely, the more we are at risk of mental health problems. Some people are also at higher risk of feeling lonely than others. For Mental Health Awareness Week this year, we're raising awareness of the impact of loneliness on our mental health and the practical steps we can take to address it.

Job Vacancy - East Yorkshire Community Transport are looking for a Project Co-ordinator/Bid Writer.

The role will involve co-ordinating the current Lottery Funded Home 2 Hospital Project, and to research, write and submit detailed applications for Capital and Revenue funds to support our services. This will be an ideal opportunity for a driven individual to build networks and to establish, develop and maintain new funding initiatives for EYCT. An understanding of the Voluntary Sector would be an advantage.
Trauma recovery and burnout workshops

Trauma recovery and burnout workshops

Humber and North Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership are delivering numerous trauma focused wellbeing workshops. These are free for health, care and voluntary sector staff.
Lindsey Lodge

Lindsey Lodge

The Butterfly Line is now open Please see over for more details.

ICO's April e-newsletter

Please click on the link to view the newsletter from the Information Commissioner's Office .

Powergrid - Energy Saving App launched

A new app is being launched to help customers save money and is packed with advice, guidance and top tips.

NCVO SURVEY

NCVO have now got the national survey up and running on behalf of the Civil Society Group of which ACRE is a member. The aim is to capture the banking issues that are affecting the voluntary and community sector at the moment and inform discussions with the Charity Commission and UK Finance. Your views are important and most welcome.
Questionnaire: Development of North Yorkshire & East Yorkshire Natural Capital Asset Registers

Questionnaire: Development of North Yorkshire & East Yorkshire Natural Capital Asset Registers

The Hull & East Yorkshire LNP has been working with the North Yorkshire & York LNP, the North & East Yorkshire Ecological Data Centre, Natural England and the Yorkshire Marine Nature Partnership to develop strategic natural capital asset registers for our area. The initial information has been collated by the Data Centre, and we now need input from local stakeholders to determine the significance of the different natural capitals and the ecosystem services they provide. You can access an online questionnaire via the attached QR code or the link below, where you can: - Rank the importance of the range of ecosystem services at the geographic scale you know best. This can be North Yorkshire and York, Hull and East Yorkshire, or the Yorkshire Coast (you can do one or several). You can also choose a custom geography if you feel more knowledgeable about a smaller geography, e.g. a catchment, landscape or around a town. - Review the context statements behind each of the ecosystem services that make up the asset register tool, and let us know if they are missing any information or are incorrect in any way. - Let us know if you have any local data that could or should be used to develop this asset register for our area. Completing the survey will take approximately 30 minutes, although this entirely depends on how much information you are able to share and how many context statements you would like to comment on. The questionnaire closes on Friday 6th May at 12pm.
Volunteer Hub Outreach Sessions

Volunteer Hub Outreach Sessions

The Volunteer Hub provide support for volunteers and organisations who need volunteers. They can support your organisation/community group to share your activities or services on the Live Well North Lincolnshire Directory. They are also having outreach sessions so you can meet face to face to discuss how they can help: Wednesday 20th April- CROWLE COMMUNITY HUB 9AM-12.30PM Wednesday 27th April- EPWORTH COMMUNITY HUB 9AM-12.30PM Thursday 5th May- BRIGG COMMUNITY HUB 9AM-1PM Wednesday 11th May- BAYSGARTH COMMUNITY HUB 9AM-1PM
NHS EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP

NHS EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP

Help us help you be prepared for the Easter holidays Hull and East Riding residents are encouraged to ensure they are prepared for the upcoming Easter bank holidays and reminded which NHS services will be available. Urgent Treatment Centres (UTC) and out of hours GP services across Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire will remain open. However, GP practices and most pharmacies will be closed on Good Friday (15 April) and Easter Monday (18 April). Make sure you are prepared for the bank holiday, check your medicine supply and order any required repeat prescriptions in good time.
Project Development Coordinator – East Riding (Developing Personalised Care in the Community)

Project Development Coordinator – East Riding (Developing Personalised Care in the Community)

Part-time – 30 hours per week (to include a combination of home, office and community based working in line with business need) Fixed Term for 12 Months NJC Spinal Column point 23 (£28,266 pro rata)
Project Development Manager (Developing Personalised Care in the Community - East Riding and North Yorkshire)

Project Development Manager (Developing Personalised Care in the Community - East Riding and North Yorkshire)

Part-time – 20 hours per week (to include a combination of home, office and community based working in line with business need) Fixed Term for 12 Months NJC Spinal Column point 30 (£34,373 pro rata)

BENEFITS OF PEOPLE BEING MORE TEMPERATURE AWARE ‘KEEP WARM, KEEP WELL’

31st March 2022

Research shows that there is a direct link between cold homes and winter deaths. At a time when people are worried about their energy bills soaring, we anticipate that more people will compromise on warming their homes.

RELAUNCH EVENT- HUMBER FOREST (formerly known as HEYwoods)

The HEYWoods partnership has rebranded to become Humber Forest. They are holding an event to formally relaunch, which can involve planting a tree or just having a brew and a chat to find out more. The event is on the 31st March between 9.30 am - 3.30 pm at Archery Filed, Central Avenue, Beverley, HU17 8LL. Refreshments will be available at The Cafe Bar at East Riding Theatre, Lord Roberts Road, HU17 9BE between 1pm and 3pm.

Fuel poverty on the increase in rural areas

24th March 2022

Concern voiced about the growing number of rural households struggling to make ends meet because of the fuel crisis

Check if you may be eligible for the Boiler Upgrade Scheme from April 2022

24th March 2022

Find out if you could be eligible for money off low carbon heating technologies from 1 April 2022.
FREE WEBINAR: GET 'FLOOD READY' WITH THE FLOOD INNOVATION CENTRE

FREE WEBINAR: GET 'FLOOD READY' WITH THE FLOOD INNOVATION CENTRE

Join the free webinar to understand how Property Flood Resilience measures can help your business thrive in the face of rising flood risk. Suitable for SMEs from all business sectors – if you run a business or community organisation, this informative webinar is for you! ON-Tue 29 March 2022 TIME-10:00 - 11:30 WHERE-Online
Today is the Day!- No Smoking Day 9th March 2022

Today is the Day!- No Smoking Day 9th March 2022

No Smoking Day 2022 takes place next Wednesday 9th March and is an ideal opportunity for you to promote the smokefree message within the workplace. This year’s theme for No smoking day is ‘Don’t give up on giving up, every day you are step closer to success’.
ERVAS Job Vacancies- Foodbank Development Officer and a Payroll Officer

ERVAS Job Vacancies- Foodbank Development Officer and a Payroll Officer

Both vacancies are based at their office and will be covering the East Riding of Yorkshire.
New Humber Coast and Vale Young People's Digital Mental Health Support Survey

New Humber Coast and Vale Young People's Digital Mental Health Support Survey

Calling all children and young people... Humber, Coast and Vale want to know your views and opinions on how mental health support should be delivered digitally across the local area. They also would like feedback from parents and carers.
National Lottery Awards for All England Accepting Applications for Jubilee Funding

National Lottery Awards for All England Accepting Applications for Jubilee Funding

National Lottery Awards for All is a small grants programme provided by the National Lottery Community Fund for voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations.

Staff Health and Wellbeing Survey

Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership are looking for your help to provide your views on their Workforce Health and Wellbeing Survey for staff. They want to help everyone working, volunteering or looking after local people to stay physically and mentally well and to support the wellbeing of health and care workers and volunteers. They need your advice about what health and wellbeing offers to make available/prioritise in 2022. Examples of some of the things they have delivered in 2021 have been workshops around Menopause, desk-based exercises, Men’s health, stress/trauma and sleep amongst many other topics. You don’t need to give your name. It will take less than 5 minutes. What you say will influence the support available.
Job Vacancy- Projects Manager (South Bank) R-evolution

Job Vacancy- Projects Manager (South Bank) R-evolution

Full time role 37 hrs per week Mon-Fri covering North and North-East Lincolnshire (based in Scunthorpe). To apply contact Karen Johnson-Karen@r-evolution.org.uk
Breaking Bread Police Recruitment Event- Sunday 20th March

Breaking Bread Police Recruitment Event- Sunday 20th March

Humberside police have joined with the great Sikh community from Scunthorpe for this event known as “Breaking bread Police recruitment event” at the Guru Nanak Sikh Temple- 207, Frodingham Road, Scunthorpe, DN15 7NS. Event time is 1100 to 1500 hours on Sunday the 20th of March 2022, this event is about the local diverse communities coming together and give an opportunity to Humberside Police staff to engage with the community and provide information about many different career options available in Humberside police.
Calling colleagues and staff working in the voluntary sector...

Calling colleagues and staff working in the voluntary sector...

We are promoting the completion of a survey to support the health and wellbeing of fellow workers in our sector. Menopause is a key element of the survey but all health and wellbeing is questioned. Responses will help Humber, Coast and vale to secure future funding and support. The survey closes on 28th February.
Supporting People With Dementia

Supporting People With Dementia

With increasing diagnosis rates and the life changing affects, supporting people with dementia, along with their carers’, is seen as a priority at North Lincolnshire Council, North Lincolnshire CCG and our partners. We believe in empowering people to develop independence and to live well with their condition is of great importance. We welcome views from all adults, not just those currently affected by dementia, to help shape future services and inform the revised Dementia Strategy. A paper copy of the survey can be obtained by calling our office - 01652 637700. Many thanks. This survey is anonymous and should take no longer than 5 minutes to complete. Closing date is 4th March 2022
Citizen's Advice- 'Gaps in the network' report now out

Citizen's Advice- 'Gaps in the network' report now out

Gaps in the network: Impact of outreaches and temporary closures on post office access The post office network continues to provide vital access to essential face-to-face services. Nearly 1 in 5 (18%) people visit a post office every week, while nearly half (45%) visit at least once a month.
TRAINING WORKSHOPS- SUPPORT FOLLOWING SUICIDE

TRAINING WORKSHOPS- SUPPORT FOLLOWING SUICIDE

The workshops are aimed at professionals and practitioners in the Humber, Coast and Vale region who work in services supporting those affected by suicide.
New Year New Me - drop in session Tuesday 25th January

New Year New Me - drop in session Tuesday 25th January

Why not drop in to the information session at Ashby Community Hub on Tuesday 25th January from 1pm -7pm to find out what free activities are available in North Lincolnshire to improve your health and wellbeing.
Violence Against Women and girls Independent Advisory Group meeting Invitation

Violence Against Women and girls Independent Advisory Group meeting Invitation

A partnership has launched to discuss Violence Against Women and Girls. Joint multi-agency group to guide, influence, discuss and create a better future for all women. If you wish to be a part of this groups and attend then please send email with expression of interest to below email address, I would also ask that you share the posters with any relevant groups or individuals who may wish to attend this meeting. Email response with expression of interested is requested to be sent to SPOCCommunitysafety@humberside.pnn.police.uk
Would you like to to promote your services in North Lincolnshire?

Would you like to to promote your services in North Lincolnshire?

Live Well North Lincolnshire is an new online directory where people can find a range of organisations, support groups, community groups, events and activities that can help improve their health and wellbeing.
New booster vaccine sites in Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire

New booster vaccine sites in Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire

New local vaccine sites being added to the national booking service from next week include Ennerdale Leisure Centre** in Hull and Beverley Racecourse – offering thousands more appointments – with other sites across Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire significantly increasing their capacity to deliver vaccines.
New vaccine centre to open as booster drive gears up in North Lincolnshire

New vaccine centre to open as booster drive gears up in North Lincolnshire

People across North Lincolnshire are being urged to get their Covid-19 booster jab when they can to help fight off the impact of the new omicron variant. Based at The Foundry in Scunthorpe town centre, the new centre will be available for walk-in vaccinations between 9am and 5pm Tuesday to Saturday.
VOLUNTEERING IS REWARDING AND MAKES YOU FEEL GOOD* ONLINE BOOKING SERVICE LAUNCHED

VOLUNTEERING IS REWARDING AND MAKES YOU FEEL GOOD* ONLINE BOOKING SERVICE LAUNCHED

The Volunteer Hub have just launched an on-line booking service to enable people to book an appointment with one of our Volunteering Advisors, to find out more about getting involved in volunteering in North Lincolnshire. (We are currently offering appointments via Zoom or on the telephone). N.B. People can still make an appointment with one of our volunteer advisors by emailing alliancevolunteerhub@hwrcc.org.uk or by completing our Volunteer Registration Form 2021 if they prefer.
Citizens Advice Job Vacancy

Citizens Advice Job Vacancy

Citizens Advice North Lincolnshire are looking to recruit a Community Response Coordinator which will focus on connecting people to a range of domestic and community activities across North Lincolnshire.
Mental Health support from 'The Haven' 7 days a week.

Mental Health support from 'The Haven' 7 days a week.

The Haven is now operating from 4pm to midnight, 7 days per week. It is open to anyone over the age of 16 in North Lincolnshire who needs mental health support.
COVID-19 Stakeholder and Influencer Toolkit

COVID-19 Stakeholder and Influencer Toolkit

The latest COVID-19 information, the key messages are: • 13 million people have now had life-saving booster jabs. • If you are eligible, get your booster jab as soon as you can. • Follow all safer behaviours to keep COVID-19 from spreading.
COVID-19 Young people and vaccines Toolkit

COVID-19 Young people and vaccines Toolkit

Younger people are at risk of spreading COVID-19 unknowingly and also at risk from serious illness. The best way to protect yourself and others from COVID-19 is to get fully vaccinated. Parents can book for their 12-15 year old child online.
Friends against Scams useful video

Friends against Scams useful video

Friends against Scams have produced a short training video to help people spot scams in all their forms! You will learn about the types of scams, how to spot a scam victim, spot the signs, how to help and how to report a scam, all in this 8 minute short video or you can complete the original interactive session.
Trauma Recovery and Burnout- Support for health, care and voluntary sector staff

Trauma Recovery and Burnout- Support for health, care and voluntary sector staff

Humber, Coast, and Vale Health Care Partnership is delivering numerous trauma-focused wellbeing workshops. These are designed to support staff exposed to trauma or burnout at work or in their home lives. A diagnosis is not required and you can attend as many sessions as you would like. The workshops are free to staff and can not only be useful to the staff member but may provide you with tools and ideas to use with patients and service users.
Humber Coast and Vale Wellbeing Support for Desk Based Colleagues

Humber Coast and Vale Wellbeing Support for Desk Based Colleagues

Following the success of our first programme of support for desk based colleagues we are delighted to launch the next programme of webinars and movement sessions beginning in November. We continue to work in partnership with HÄLSA Wellbeing to offer a programme of support to promote our wellbeing through these winter months and into the new year. Why not join us for some chair yoga or relaxation movement and learn about the benefits of digital detox and winter nutrition and hydration?
**ALLOTMENT PROJECT OPPORTUNITY**

**ALLOTMENT PROJECT OPPORTUNITY**

Opportunities for VCSE groups who are interested in using one of the 5 plots at Bottesford Allotments (within 1 large allotment plot) for running gardening related activities that would benefit their service users. The plots will be ‘leased’ free of charge to VCSE groups within North Lincolnshire, in accordance with an Agreement with NLC.
End Fuel Poverty Coalition

End Fuel Poverty Coalition

The END FUEL POVERTY COALITION have launched a Fuel Poverty Index by combining fuel poverty figures with data on measures improving energy efficiency and therefore reducing fuel poverty.
Urgent action is needed to tackle fuel poverty in rural communities

Urgent action is needed to tackle fuel poverty in rural communities

5th October 2021

Phillip Vincent, ACRE’s Communications Manager, blogs on the need to act on new data that reveals high rates of fuel poverty in rural areas.
Review of day services for people needing adult social care in North East Lincs

Review of day services for people needing adult social care in North East Lincs

A review is being undertaken of how adult social care day services are provided in North East Lincolnshire with the aim of putting together proposals on how this should and could be provided to meet the needs of those using the services, now and in the future.
Fuel - Priority Services Register

Fuel - Priority Services Register

Do You know about the Priority Service Register and Membership? The priority Service Register is a way for energy customers to let their energy provider know that they are vulnerable. If you sign up to your supplier’s Priority Services Register (PSR), you can get extra help and support with your energy supply. Those who can sign up include Pensioners, the chronically sick, disabled or have hearing or visual impairment.

Your Electricity, Gas and Water- How to save money, reduce waste and stay safe at home.

In your region, Northern Powergrid, Northern Gas Networks and either Yorkshire Water or Northumbrian Water are responsible for making sure you have a safe and reliable supply of electricity, gas and water to your home. Together, they work in partnership as ‘Infrastructure North’.
Volunteer Car Driver

Volunteer Car Driver

Do you have time to spare during the week to drive people using your own car to important health and social appointments? Are you looking for a volunteer role that will make a huge difference to the lives of others? If so, read on. We are particularly looking for a driver in the Isle of Axholme area. We provide safe, reliable and affordable transport to people with genuine transport difficulties when they have no other access to, or cannot use other methods of transport.
Live Well North Lincolnshire Community Directory....Coming Very Soon

Live Well North Lincolnshire Community Directory....Coming Very Soon

Please watch this video presentation which has been created to raise awareness of this new on-line community directory for everyone.
Humber and Wolds Rural Action is Disability Confident

Humber and Wolds Rural Action is Disability Confident

We are registered as an employer which is committed to being Disability Confident.

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Mental Health Awareness Week - Theme Loneliness

Together we can tackle loneliness One in four adults feel lonely some or all of the time. There’s no single cause and there’s no one solution. After all, we’re all different! But, the longer we feel lonely, the more we are at risk of mental health problems. Some people are also at higher risk of feeling lonely than others. For Mental Health Awareness Week this year, we're raising awareness of the impact of loneliness on our mental health and the practical steps we can take to address it.

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Job Vacancy - East Yorkshire Community Transport are looking for a Project Co-ordinator/Bid Writer.

The role will involve co-ordinating the current Lottery Funded Home 2 Hospital Project, and to research, write and submit detailed applications for Capital and Revenue funds to support our services. This will be an ideal opportunity for a driven individual to build networks and to establish, develop and maintain new funding initiatives for EYCT. An understanding of the Voluntary Sector would be an advantage.

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