Wednesday 29 July 2020

Baker Street Quarter Partnership

Helping You To Plan Your Journey Back To Work 
The survey we’ve carried out for the past few weeks has revealed that 92% of respondees are planning to return to the workplace by September, mostly in a part time capacity. Whilst government advice is currently to work from home if you can, they have published a number of safety guidelines for businesses, with further announcements expected on 1 August... 
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Regent's Park Open Air Theatre 
We know how popular multi-award-winning Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre is with people that work, live and visit the Quarter. So, its brilliant news that this outdoor venue is back...
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Talk Club in Baker Street
A nationwide talking club for men now has a local group in Baker Street. A safe space for men to share their thoughts in a supportive environment with the aim of improving mental health... 
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Help Out From Home 
If you are working from home you can help vulnerable people from local Church Street Ward with the From Hearts to Homes appeal...
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Recognition For Security Workers
A new campaign to acknowledge security workers is now underway which highlights the essential role they play in public life...  
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Coronavirus Online Training
Following the results from our survey last week, we now have the following online courses in place to help you to return to the workplace:

Coronavirus training online for office workers: 

13 August - there will be 2 sessions: 
9:00 – 10:30 
11:00 – 12:30

Coronavirus training online for hospitality workers: 
Wednesday 30 July 14.30 - 16.00
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Weekly Spotlight

A brand-new weekend outdoor market has opened at Selfridges London. Tucked away on Edwards Mews (at the rear of the store), Selfridges Market on the Mews will be open 11.00 to 16.00 Saturdays and Sundays. Stalls will be fully stocked with delicious foods and drinks, plus beautiful flowers, plants and homeware. And the fun doesn't stop there, they will also be hosting exciting new pop-ups which will arrive every weekend.

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Did you know?
Three young men who would go on to be film and television stars made their stage debuts at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre. Ralph Fiennes, Hugh Bonneville and of course Baker Street's most famous contemporary Sherlock Holmes - Benedict Cumberbatch.