We've done our best to draw together key links on where to get information and offer help after this week's events in Tottenham. If you spot an error or if have any further links you think should be shared, please email us at email@example.com
1. Information from Harringay Online
2. Donating items
What to take
To find out what's currently needed, call the centre or check our discussion thread here regularly updated by people visiting the Centre.
*UPDATE* The Council have just added a page with some information.
Community Assistance Centre
Tottenham Green Leisure Centre
1 Philip Lane, Tottenham, London, N15 4JA
020 8489 5308 (currently frequently engaged)
The centre is open for donations between 09:00 and 20:00
Buses serving Tottenham High Road, within a five-minute walk: 41 / 76 / 123 / 149 / 230 / 243 / 259 / 279 / 318 / 341 / 349 / 476 / W4.
Train: Tottenham Hale
Tube: Seven Sisters Tube station is about five minutes walk away
Items can be sent to the above address.
3. Donating Money
Donations can be made to the Tottenham Fund:
Payable to: Mayor’s Charity – Tottenham Fund
Send to: London Borough of Haringey, PO Box 55235. London. N22 9DF
Direct to the bank (either in a branch or by e-banking)
Payee: Mayor’s Charity – Tottenham Fund
Sort Code: 60-24-23
Account number: 90724828
On Tuesday there was an initiative started to help clean up in Tottenham, Haringey's waste and street cleaning contractor, Veolia, have confirmed (Weds PM) that they have this in hand or completed and no immediate clear up suport is needed.
The community Assistance Centre has been overwhelmed with offers of support and is currently asking people to leave their name and contact details.
*UPDATE* To find out what volunteering is needed or to leave your contact details, all Haringey's Council's Emergency Line on 020 8489 3000
In the meantime, two Haringey volunteering bodies to contact are:
Last updated: 13 August, 2011 at 00:45