Tuesday 7 September 2021

Baker Street Quarter Partnership - News of the Quarter


6 September 2021
News of the Quarter

New Virtual And In-Person Events Available To Book Now

From an unmissable pub quiz in Portman Square Garden hosted by Timberlina, the world’s number one environmentally friendly drag lady, to a virtual ghoulish guide to Marylebone for Halloween, make sure you don’t miss out on our newly listed events!

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Christmas Party Planning
It may be September but it’s never too early to start thinking about your Christmas parties when we've got so many fantastic local options... 
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Street Food At 55 Baker Street
We're looking forward to having our mini street food market back at 55 Baker Street this Thursday, 9 September from 12.00 to 15.00...
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Blandford Hotel Reopens
We’re pleased to welcome back the Blandford Hotel, which has recently reopened to guests with an offer on our Baker Street Regulars scheme...
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Re-home Your Phone
If the summer has prompted a clear out at home or of the office tech drawer, you can donate your old smartphones to those in need via Community Calling...
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Food Market
Our Food Market at 55 Baker Street returns
9 September, 12.00-15.00
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Pub Quiz
Pub quiz in Portman Square Garden
15 Sep, 18.00 - 19.30
Portman Square Garden
Food, bar and activities in Portman Square Garden
15, 16 and 17 September
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Mental Health First Aid
Qualifies you as a Mental Health First Aider
7 - 9 September
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St Mungo's on how best to support the homeless
7 October
Halloween Tour
Discover the ghouls and ghosts of Marylebone
28 October
Weekly spotlight: Chiltern Street Deli
Drop by Chiltern Street Deli on Chiltern Street on your lunch break for a sandwich and a drink for £8 with our Baker Street Regulars deal. While you're there, make sure you check out their homeware pop-up from Otto Trading. The stylish home pieces are perfect for gifts - or to treat yourself! 
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Did you know?
Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts, who sadly passed away in August, had customised t-shirts made for him by Sunspel, who have a store on Chiltern Street. The custom t-shirts had extra room in the armholes to help with mobility when drumming.