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Scunthorpe Journal

Issue 014

Distributed to 24,250 homes and businesses

June/July 2019

INSIDE THIS ISSUE: FILM FEATURING SCUNTHORPE ACTOR WINS NATIONAL AWARD

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INTRODUCTION Hello and welcome to your June/July edition of the Scunthorpe Journal. We’re back with more feel good stories from your area. As summer nears, the weather is finally starting to change, with those lighter nights and brighter days returning. One thing that will not change however is our publication – we will be with you all summer long, keeping you up-to-date with everything you need to know around Scunthorpe.

meet the staff

This edition we celebrate two local success stories, for very different reasons. Firstly, we speak to Naj Modak, who starred

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in film Scott & Sid which has picked up a prestigious national award. We also talk to Karen Boothman, who has seen her community efforts with youngsters rewarded. We are also still keen to help out local businesses wherever we can, and give you that boost you may be looking for. If you would like to get your business out to 24,250 homes, why not take a look at how we can help with our advertising services. Contact one of our helpful sales team on sales@createtvt.co.uk or info@createtvt.co.uk. We hope you enjoy this edition! Trainee Graphic Designer: Ella Bristow

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IN THIS ISSUE June/July 2019

Horoscopes 25

Events 24

08 FROM A POLICE PERSPECTIVE Introducing our brand-new column from the Urban

Community Policing Team

12 ‘OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION’ AWARD FOR LOCAL WOMAN Local rewarded for 30 years of service in the community 14 SCUNTHORPE ACTOR PART OF AWARD-WINNING FILM We speak to Naj Modak, who starred in Scott and Sid

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18 NEW SCHEME KEEPING PATIENTS OUT OF HOSPITAL Good news for patients

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26 SCUNTHORPE RUFC RECEIVES CIVIC RECEPTION Celebrations following the

club’s title-winning campaign

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FROM A POLICE

Introducing the S Community P We will now be bringing you a regular police column written by our friends over at the Scunthorpe Urban Community Policing team

“As the weather gets warmer you may see the team at engagement events and surgeries in your community. If you do, come and chat to us and learn more about what we do�

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E PERSPECTIVE:

Scunthorpe Urban Policing Team We are the Scunthorpe Urban Community Policing Team and we cover the town, Crosby, Frodingham and Brumby Wards. As the Sergeant for the Brumby and Frodingham area, I lead a dedicated team of three constables, eight PCSOs and one special constable. We know the area well and regularly patrol, however, we’re always keen to hear from the local community as their information helps us focus our attention on areas where concerns have been raised. One way in which you can do this is through Humbertalking, an initiative where we are asking people to fill in a short survey about where they live to help us shape how we police our communities. Officers, PCSOs and volunteers have begun knocking on doors in North Lincolnshire giving people the opportunity to fill in the survey. It will only take 10 minutes of your time but will really help us understand what issues are bothering you and how we can work together to

ensure that Scunthorpe stays a brilliant place to live and work. We’ve seen a great example of what can be achieved when we work with you, through the improvements in Scunthorpe town centre. We have recently issued drugs warrants and seized motorbikes and given out dispersal orders and closure notices. These are issues that you have said matter to you and I want to reassure you that we are taking action on your behalf. As the weather gets warmer you may see the team at engagement events and surgeries in your community. If you do, come and chat to us and learn more about what we do. You can also sign up for email alerts about what is going on in your area at www.mycommunityalert.co.uk If you have any information about crime please call our non-emergency number 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. In an emergency always call 999.

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‘Outstanding achievement’ award for Scunthorpe local A local woman has received a prestigious award following her community work with young people in the area Karen Boothman, a child and youth worker in Scunthorpe, has been recognised for her efforts with the Riddings Brigade group. The group aims to bring young people together, inviting them to socialise and enjoy leisure time with others of a similar age. Karen, who has been working with young people for over 32 years, received the award at Lincoln Crown Court by the High Sheriff, however, admits she has ‘no idea’ who nominated her! “Honestly, I don’t know who I was nominated by or whether it was a process of elimination or if there was a long shortlist! I received a letter saying I had received the award and was consequently invited to a presentation.” Karen’s continuous work at Riddings youth centre with the ‘Reaching Riddings’ group provides a safe

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place for youngsters in the area to visit. The club runs regularly for those who wish to get involved, however, it has not always been smooth running for Karen and her volunteers. Five years ago, the club was forced to become selffunded following the council’s decision to make the youth workers redundant, making the outstanding contribution award even more meaningful to Karen. “We have a junior session once a week for 6-11 year olds, and a senior club for 11-19 year olds. The groups offer a safe environment with various activities on offer. “As for the award I am delighted of course, the last five years we have been totally self-funded which is a big achievement in itself as we have to keep fighting to raise our own money.”

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FILM FEATURING LOC WINS ‘BEST BRITISH’ A

A film featuring Scunthorpe actor Naj Modak has won the ‘Best British’ award at the 2019 National Film Awards Scott and Sid was originally released on 9th March 2018, and has since received positive reviews and accolades, including the Best British Film award. Naj, who plays Omar Nanda in the film, has featured on television and film a number of times in a screen career spanning back to 2000, including appearances in Macbeth and Citizen Khan. Following his involvement in Scott and Sid, we spoke to Naj who told us all about the film, and

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what the award meant to him and the cast. “The film is a true story about triumph over adversity and is based on the real lives of filmmakers Scott Elliott and Sid Sadowskyj. They become friends at school, one is studious yet he is distracted by the other who is always in trouble. They hatch a plan to make a film but they are told they will never achieve it. They set upon a journey to raise funds by doing odd jobs, and eventually a successful business, before achieving their ultimate

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AL ACTOR AWARD goal, the film Scott and Sid.” “As for the award, being nominated was amazing. It was like we’d already won. But to go on stage on TV with a bunch of stars applauding you as you try not to trip up as you walk, that was a proud moment!” Following Naj has had a long career in front of the camera, the talented actor has taken on a number of roles throughout his career, notable appearing in popular British soaps Emmerdale and Doctors. Naj has also featured in a number of internationally award-winning films, including premieres at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival. His film appearances include ‘Aurora’ and ‘Ilkley’, and Naj is set to play the character ‘Paul Jenkins’ in action/ adventure film G.O.D Tech. Aside from his acting career, Scunthorpe resident Naj volunteers his time to a number of projects, in a bid to improve the local area for its residents and promote essential services. He also runs a PR company, Modak PR.

Due to his busy schedule, Naj admitted he ‘didn’t know’ if he could attend the awards, however, rearranging his diary was a decision he was not to regret! “At first I didn’t expect us to win any awards. I think the film is brilliant. It’s a true story well made. But this was a huge awards’ ceremony with established filmmakers. As our support grew I started to think what if. “I was not sure if I would be able to attend but something said to me that I must move my diary around, we could win... I absolutely don’t know where that thought came from.” “I was always hopeful, I must admit. I thought that once more and more people saw the film it would build momentum. It is hard not to relate to the storyline. We filmed it a few years ago so the awards kind of crept up on me and then we won.” “I would like to thank all those people who voted for us and sent us their good wishes, it means a lot!”

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New scheme keeping patients out of hospital launches A brand-new service, which aims to keep people at home rather than in hospital, has been launched in Scunthorpe. Scunthorpe General Hospital has introduced a new OPAT (outpatient parenteral antimicrobial therapy) service, which means patients who require certain antibiotic infusions can now receive the care at an ambulatory unit or at home. Following the news that the service was to be launched, the fortunes of many patients has changed, now meaning they can receive the care they require in the comfort of their own home. One patient at Scunthorpe Hospital said: “I was not looking forward to having to put my life on hold for six weeks whilst I sat in a hospital bed having my treatment.

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“I was then told about OPAT, and it sounded like a great idea. There is no comparison, I have been able to pop into the ambulatory unit then go home. The staff have been flexible; they have always been so obliging and accommodating which is great.” The feedback towards the new OPAT service has been positive following its introduction this year. The service was trailed in 2017, where there were an estimated 744 saved hospital bed days across 57 patients – in what was a successful testing period. Now the service is in place at Scunthorpe General Hospital, employee Dr Singh has suggested patients can continue to live like normal. “Sometimes these type of treatments require the patient to stay for days and sometimes weeks. However, under OPAT, patients can continue to enjoy their everyday lives.”

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SUMMER BRAIN DRAIN Whilst our children are having fun over the summer holidays, it is common for their attention to drop in the period they are away from school. Kip McGrath, however, are on hand to offer some helpful advice for the summer months The weeks have flown by, Wimbledon has started, exams have been sat, and sports days and summer fairs are fast approaching.

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Experience and research shows that for most students the long summer break results in their attainment dropping so that when they return to school in September their learning has not stood still, but they have actually lost two to six months. For children who find learning difficult or are reluctant leaners they will feel apprehensive about returning to school in September.

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Ensure that children engage in learning tasks in to continue with reading, spelling, time tables and other Maths activities. For parents and students who feel that a professional would be of benefit to ensure the student does not lose ground in their learning over the summer holidays, if they are preparing for 11+ exams or if they need a head start for the next academic year, we at Kip McGrath Scunthorpe are running summer lessons for students aged five to 18. We offer a wide range of programmes and would be happy to discuss your requirements.

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HOROSCOPES June/July June/July 2019 - Issue 14

Aquarius

(20th Jan-18th Feb) With big ideas in your head, you seem to have no confidence to pursue your dreams. Take a while to consider what is best for you, and don’t be afraid to take a risk or two.

Pisces

(19th Feb-20th March) Do not be scared to make big decisions that could change the direction of your life. Following your instincts is vital at times such as this.

Aries

Gemini

(21st May-20th June) It is not uncommon for someone of your creativity to expect excitement every day. Your day-to-day tasks are not giving you the rush you require, it is time to live a little.

Cancer

(21st June- 22nd July) You seemingly require some sort of escapism. Take some time away from the stresses of everyday life, and spend time alone to unwind.

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(23rd Sept-22nd Oct) You have found your days are getting off to negative starts. Ensure your morning routine sets you up for the rest of the day in the best way possible.

Scorpio

(23rd Oct-21st Nov) You have done all you can to dodge negative energy, and are prioritising your well being and happiness. Many could learn a lot from your outlook on life.

Sagittarius

(21st March-19th April) Patience is a virtue. Despite many around you achieving things you wish you could replicate, your own exciting future lies ahead.

(23rd July-22nd Aug) Your online presence is strong but you may find your life is revolving around social media. It is essential to take a break and ensure you’ve got your priorities straight.

(22nd Nov-21st Dec) Remember to remain calm in testing situations that are thrown your way. The next month looks set to test you in a number of ways. Ride the wave.

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Virgo

Capricorn

(20th April-20th May) You are quietly uncertain about your future and what lies ahead for you. Do not think too far ahead, and remember, in good time things will fall into place.

(23rd Aug-22nd Sept) You have become accustomed to your routine, with few opportunities to enjoy yourself. Consider changing your day-to-day schedule, the adventure in you cannot wait forever.

(22nd Dec-19th Jan) Despite chasing romance, your efforts are seemingly not being rewarded. Your time will come. Maintain everything that is good and expect your fortunes to turn.

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Scunthorpe RUFC attends civic reception Following their titlewinning campaign, Scunthorpe Rugby Union Club capped off the season by attending a civic reception at Normanby Hall The team’s achievements were recognised by the North Lincolnshire Council, and they were consequently invited to Normanby Hall for the reception. The day was hosted by the Mayor and MP Nick Dakin, celebrating what has been an outstanding season.

second team champions of their league this year and a thriving mini junior section with 300+ boy and girl members. The boys are really looking forward to testing themselves in national league two next year. It is a big step up, but we are confident we can create a few surprises.”

The club was crowned champions of Midlands Premier, an achievement which has been labelled ‘incredible’ by vice captain Rick Syddall.

Speaking after the civic reception, Sydall also said the ceremony topped the campaign off, with all the team made to feel very appreciated after a long tough season.

“It has been an incredible season for us. To be crowned Champions of midlands premiers is a fantastic achievement for the club and a real team effort. We are a cracking amateur club with an unbelievable team spirit which I think was a major factor in our success this season. “Our foundations are stronger than ever with our

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“The civic reception definitely topped it all off. For the North Lincolnshire Council to recognise us, and invite us along to Normanby Hall hosted by the Mayor and MP Nick Dakin, was really appreciated by all the players and staff. We are glad we have done the town proud.”

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