LUOS Summer Holiday Activities (2021)

Have you been to visit us at our community hub in Down Lane Park? We have a range of activities taking place over summer, and our cafe & garden is open for refreshments and snacks.
Our wheelchair basketball sessions have been a great intergenerational hit!
Please use the following link to book your places: https://livingunderonesun.coordinate.cloud/list
For further information, please contact Comms@livingunderonesun.co.uk

LUOS Summer Holiday Activities (2021)

at Living Under One Sun Community Hub and Cafe, Down Lane Park, Tottenham.  From 24th July to 1st September.
We will be delivering a range of FREE activities for all ages throughout the Summer Holidays:
* Multi-Sport
* Football
* Basketball & Wheelchair Basketball
* Gardening & Food Growing
* Roller Skating for Beginners
* Rollo Disco
* Cycle Training
* Dance (Street, Latin & Afro beat)
* Eco Arts & Crafts
* Hula Hoops & Skipping
* Free Lunch for all participants & siblings
Please have a look at our time table of events for further details.
Please use the following link to book your places: https://livingunderonesun.coordinate.cloud/list
This is a new platform which we are now using to manager our bookings, you will need to register and add participants before you can book your place (instructions will be provided)
For further information, please contact Comms@livingunderonesun.co.uk

Lockdown restrictions lifted on 29 March – be aware of the changes

London will have some lockdown restrictions eased from the 29 March. Share this to help fight the spread of Coronavirus.
Here are some explanations of some of the new rules and guidance translated into different languages:
https://bit.ly/38k1H5H 
Or go to Living Under One Sun Hub and Cafe | Facebook to watch explanatory videos in Gujarati, Punjabi, Sylheti, Tamil and Urdu.

Following health guidance will be crucial to keeping COVID-19 under control and opening the city safely. Thank you for playing your part by sharing this vital information.

SCAM EMAIL WARNING!!

We have heard that several NHSmail users received a phishing email recently. It looks like the one above.

 

This is a spam email and you must not click this link. NHSmail will never ask you to click on a link to verify account information.
You can tell that this is likely to be a phishing email by spotting the following signs:

• The email has poor spelling and grammar
• The font changes randomly throughout the email
• You are asked to click a link and provide account information

If you do suspect you have received this type of spam/phishing email please do not respond and do not fill out any user names/passwords. Please forward the email as an attachment to spamreports@nhs.net who will look to block these on the email filters.

Beware of Covid scams!

Things such as Facebook Community Groups, WhatsApp Groups and the Nextdoor social network that send neighborhood alerts can be great ways of staying in touch with those around you, however it can be difficult to know who to trust. These are all online and not everyone has access to the internet, so please see the telephone numbers below for your County if you require assistance.
Please be aware that not everyone out there is trustworthy and some people will take advantage of this unusual situation our society is facing.
Here are just some of the scams we are aware of, but please note that criminals come in all shapes and sizes and can contact you at the door, by phone, post or online:

• Be aware of people offering miracle cures or vaccines for coronavirus – there is no specific treatment for coronavirus (COVID-19). Treatment aims to relieve the symptoms until you recover.
• Home cleaning services
• People impersonating healthcare workers, claiming to be offering ‘home-testing’ for coronavirus – this is a scam and these kits are not currently available to buy.
• Emails saying that you can get a refund on taxes, utilities or similar are usually bogus and they are just after your personal and bank details.
• There are lots of fake products available to buy online that say they can protect you or cure coronavirus. These will not help and are designed to take your money.
• There are new mobile phone applications that claim to give you updates on the virus but instead, they lock your phone and demand a ransom.
• Your bank or the police will never ask for your bank details over the phone.
• People offering to do your shopping or collecting medication and asking for money upfront and then disappearing.
• If someone claims to represent a charity, ask them for ID. Be suspicious of requests for money up front. If someone attempts to pressurise you into accepting a service, they are unlikely to be genuine.

Tips to avoid being scammed:

• Be cautious and listen to your instincts. Don’t be afraid to hang up, bin it, delete it or shut the door.
• Take your time; don’t be rushed.
• If someone claims to represent a charity, ask them for ID. Be suspicious of requests for money up front. If someone attempts you into accepting a service they are unlikely to be genuine. Check with family and friends before accepting offers of helps if you are unsure.
• If you are online, be aware of fake news and use trusted sources such as .gov.uk or NHS.uk websites. Make sure you type the addresses in and don’t click on links in emails.
• Only purchase goods from legitimate retailers and take a moment to think before parting with money or personal information.
• Know who you’re dealing with – if you need help, talk to someone you know or get in touch with your local Council on the numbers below.
• Protect your financial information, especially from people you don’t know. Never give your bank card or PIN to a stranger.

Contact information:

• If you think you’ve been scammed, report it to Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040 and if you need advice, call the Citizens Advice Consumer Helpline on 0808 223 1133. If you are in immediate danger, contact the police on 999.
• Contact your bank if you think you have been scammed.