COVID-19 previous updates - 6 May
Stars of the Tottenham Hotspur Women’s squad have joined a new team this week - helping at the Haringey food distribution centre at the Spurs stadium.
Goalie Chloe Morgan, forward Lucy Quinn, and Head Coach Juan Amoros started their first shift alongside Haringey Council staff, Edible London, and other volunteers, preparing parcels of food and essentials for those who need them most.
Since March, 1,749 deliveries have been made from the stadium, reaching 776 households.
Speaking at the stadium, Quinn said:
It’s important to look after those who need help at this tough time. There’s a great sense of community at the hub and volunteering today has been a really rewarding experience.
Find out how you can support our two food hubs at the stadium and Alexandra Palace, or how to get support if you need don’t have enough food. You can also find out more about our Connected Communities programme.
Residents can continue to report excessive and persistent noise to us for investigation, but we have made a few changes to how we operate to ensure that we do not put you or our officers at risk due to the coronavirus pandemic.
When investigating noise disturbance, we will not be visiting complainants or individuals alleged to be causing noise problems at home, unless an assessment has been made that it is safe for us to do so. Instead we will use alternative measures such as remote monitoring to verify what we can and determine the scale of the problem. Residents can report complaints in one of the following ways:
- Online, via the ‘Report IT’ app
- By calling either our Customer Services 020 8489 1335 - Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm
- To our out of hours service on 020 8489 0000 - Thursday to Sunday 6pm to 2am
More details about how to report noise can be found on our Noise Control page.
For information on the types of noise we can and can’t take action against, please see our Statutory Nuisance information.
If the complaint mainly relates to a social gathering or a breach of social distancing rules, then residents can contact the police on 101 or use the online reporting tool (external link).
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a difficult time for may households, with many jobs affected and incomes reduced. If you’re experiencing difficulties, then the London Capital Credit Union may be able to help.
Some council staff have been able to fall back on Credit Union savings or been able to get a low-cost loan to meet urgent bills while cash is short. If you live or work in Haringey and need help to spread your living costs, or you want to start saving for the future, then you may be eligible for help.
Festival Republic has announced the cancellation of the Wireless Festival, which had been planned for Finsbury Park in July this year.
The people of Haringey have been doing a great job in reducing the travel on the Tube and buses during the coronavirus pandemic. Please keep this up and encourage others to do this too.
Only travel if you are a key worker or if it is absolutely essential. If you must travel, you may want to consider staggering your journey start and end time - the current peak times are between 5.45am to 7.30am and 4pm to 5.30pm.
If you are travelling on roads, please be mindful of your speed. Breaking the speed limit is dangerous at any time. Speeding during this time of national emergency could put additional strain on our vital NHS service and emergency services.
The government’s message continues to be that we must all be patient and continue to stay home, social distance, and avoid travelling in order to stop a second wave of the infection spreading.
The hard work is starting to pay off. Please, stay home, and save lives.
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