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Key COVID-19 Contacts


Action Fraud:                                              0300 123 2040

https://www.actionfraud.police.uk/reporting-fraud-and-cyber-crime
Action Fraud is the UK’s national reporting centre for fraud and cyber-crime, where you should report fraud you have been scammed, defrauded or experienced cyber-crime.


Dumb Dumpers

https://www.zerowastescotland.org.uk/DumbDumpers


Emergency Utility Contacts

If you have any utility infrastructure on your land, contact the emergency numbers detailed on your agreements and/or communications.


Alternatively, the following numbers may be of use:

Gas
National Gas Emergency:          0800 111 999

Electricity
 
North of Scotland
 Scottish & Southern Energy Networks:       0800 300 999
Central & Southern Scotland
 Scottish Power Energy Networks:    0800 092 9290
National Power Cut Number:   105
 
Water
 Scottish Water:     0800 077 8778


Farm Advisory Service (FAS):    0300 323 0161  or: advice@fas.scot  

FAS is offering 30 minutes of free advice via its Advice Line and assistance for businesses in creating in-depth resilience plans.

More information is available online at: https://www.fas.scot/rural-business/coronavirus/


Free Legal Advice Helpline        

NFU Scotland members are entitled to 20 minutes FREE advice from our dedicated helpline, operated by Gillespie MacAndrew.  Please call 0131 271 8585 to access help and please have your membership number to hand.

To find out more about this partner or the company, please Click here to be connected directly to their website.

Telephone: 0131 271 8585 or 01738 231031
Email:nfus@gillsepiemacandrew.co.uk


NHS 24:    111

For medical advice and information if your GP is closed. For medical emergencies, phone 999 and tell them you have COVID-19 symptoms.


Police Scotland:   101


Ready Scotland

A resource with information and contact details for organisations who may be able to provide additional support for you or someone you know during emergencies.
https://www.readyscotland.org/


Regional NFUS Team

NFU Scotland’s Regional Managers are, as always, here to help. The Regional Team will not be out and about but are at the end of the phone or email.

Dumfries and Galloway - Teresa Dougall - teresa.dougall@nfus.org.uk

East Central - Kate Maitland - kate.maitland@nfus.org.uk

Forth and Clyde - Lisa Roberts - lisa.roberts@nfus.org.uk

Highland - Ian Wilson - ian.wilson@nfus.org.uk

Lothian and Borders - Lindsay Brown - lindsay.brown@nfus.org.uk

North East - Lorna Paterson - lorna.paterson@nfus.org.uk

Ayrshire - Christine Cuthbertson - christine.cuthbertson@nfus.org.uk

Argyll and Islands - Lucy Sumsion - lucy.sumsion@nfus.org.uk

Shetland - Lorna Scott - lorna.scott@nfus.org.uk


RSABI Helpline  

Telephone: 0300 111 4166

Or contact them online via: https://www.rsabi.org.uk/How-RSABI-Can-Help


Scottish Agricultural Wages Board:

Telephone: 0131 244 9749 or 0131 244 9750

Email: Louise.Stewart@gov.scot

To discuss any specific queries regarding Agricultural Workers Sick Pay. 


Scottish Government Business Helpline    

Telephone: 0300 303 0660

Any businesses with questions relating to the impact of COVID-19 can contact the Scottish Government helpline. The helpline will be open Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5.30pm.  Callers should select option one to speak to the COVID-19 team.


Transport Helpline

NFU Scotland members are entitled to a 20 minutes FREE advice on all issues relating to vehicles.  Please call Jamie Smart on 07733 136424 to access help and please have your membership number to hand.


Vulnerable Citizens National Helpline:      0800 111 4000

Scottish Government has launched this new helpline for citizens who have been identified as vulnerable. It will automatically connect callers to their local authority who will support them to access services such as essential food and medication, social work services, emotional support and contact with local volunteer groups. The helpline will be in operation daily from 9:00am to 5:00pm.



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