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Grants Information for young people 2010

If you attended Newland St John Primary School you maybe entitled to a grant to support you in your chosen career. 

See here for more information on how to apply

Get clued up on Enviro-crime

Coming soon to Clued Up a great new game all about Enviro-crime.

Dog fouling, graffiti, dumping rubbish and damaging property can spoil our communities, parks and the spaces that we should be able to enjoy. Clued up on Enviro crime is coming soon… watch this space to find out how you can become an Enviro-crime buster and help make your community a nicer place to live.


Success for cycling scheme

Hull's cycling scheme in East Park has won the first BBC Power of Sport award in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire for opening up opportunities for disabled children and young people to get cycling.

Specially adapted cycles are provided for children and young people with disabilities who may never have had the chance to ride a bike before.

The project, run by Simon Berry from KIDS, on behalf of Hull City Council, was developed after pupils from Frederick Holmes Special School told of the need for a cycling scheme for disabled children and young people in the city.

NEW Children and Young People’s Disability Information Pack and DVD

Ryan Snitch from Malet Lambert and Sean Kemp from Northcott, were the lucky winners of VIP invitations to the launch of the brand new Children and Young People’s Disability Information Pack and DVD at the Hull Christmas Lights Switch On.

The new Information Pack and DVD is full of useful information about services for disabled children and young people in Hull. The DVD has been made especially for children and young people who have disabilities or additional needs and shows lots of fun, exciting things to do in Hull. So if you have a disability or maybe some additional needs why not ring (01482) 318318 and ask for your FREE copy or email fis@hullcc.gov.uk.

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Aiming High newsletter

The Aiming High newsletter is for disabled children and their families. Click here to download the latest edition.


We need your help!

We need as many people in Hull as possible to support a bid to bring the 2018 World Cup to Hull. 

You can do your bit by visiting the England 2018 bid website and following the instructions to show your support for Hull’s bid.

Calling all entrepreneurs…

Hull Youth Enterprise Partnership is organising an exciting competition for young people aged 21 and under. To take part you will need to develop an enterprising idea either within the community or as a business idea.

The competition is for Facebook friends of Hull Youth Enterprise Partnerships or a friend of someone aged under 21 that registers in time. So go to Hull Youth Enterprise Partnerships Facebook site to find out more. The first prize is £500 supported by Hull business Arco and the second £250 supported by the Co-operative Group.

Once you’ve registered as a friend of Hull Youth Enterprise Partnership look out for more information in early October on Facebook. The exact details of the competition will be announced on Monday 16th November and entries will have to be in by 12 noon on Saturday 21st November.

Find out more at: www.youthenterprise-hull.co.uk

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