A recent tweet from the Leader of Camden Council:
The flyer below has been produced in Somers Town to outline some of the charity responses to COVID-19.
I’m sure there are similar responses from other neighbourhoods in Camden. Otherwise, look to the Council’s website:
As this time of social distancing goes on, it becomes more and more important to do some sort of exercise to keep fit and and active.
There are all sorts of things available to help us do that, from apps to websites, to Youtube channels.
Websites like walkit.com allow circular walks of various lengths to be followed. Just put in your starting point, how long you’d like to walk, and your walking speed, and it will do the rest.
Or you’ve heard of Joe Wicks and his morning workout classes for kids (and adults!):Continue reading “Things to do while isolated – Keeping Fit”
HS2 have announced that works will start up again at Euston from Monday 20 April 2020. Click on the image below to see the full update.
For some light relief, this series of tweets shows some goats taking advantage of the human lockdown to take over the Welsh seaside town of Llandudno. Click through & follow the thread. Enjoy!
This is not an April Fool’s joke.
London has many world-famous museums. We can’t go to them in person at the moment, but we can visit museums from all around the world -online!
This list compiled by TimeOut has links to virtual walk-throughs for several of the world’s best museums. These include:
- The British Museum, London
- Guggenheim Museum, New York
- Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
- Musée d’Orsay, Paris
- Uffizi Gallery, Florence
With people on lockdown, planes grounded and borders closed, we won’t be going on a holiday any time soon.
So here is a list from TimeOut of places to visit without leaving your home. All of these panoramas can be seen on Google Street View. They include views from:
- The Shard, London
- Sacré-Cœur, Paris
- Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur
- Top of the Rock, New York
- Sugarloaf Mountain, Rio de Janeiro