Another month of lock-down! Hope everyone is hanging in there. It’s not all doom and gloom tough, the air is less polluted, and there are many indoor activities to do.
All of Camden’s shops have closed their physical doors, but a lot of them are still selling online. From gifts to jewellery, vegan food to cheese, their delivery vans are keeping busy. Read the article HERE to see who’s selling online.
Camden Town Brewery has rebranded its tasty Hells beer to support the NHS. Be a hero yourself and buy some, a donation goes to the NHS.
28b Camden Street is a short film from 1965. Watch it to see what Camden looked like at that time, with a powerful story behind it.
The wonderful BFI is offering a free 14 day movie watching period of anything on their digital library. Watch classics to modern day films.
Pubs have got it tough right now. Rent to pay but their doors are shut. Colonel Fawcett in Camden Town has launched a voucher scheme to help them cope. Donate here.
Camden is quiet, beautiful, and still has a mysterious energy. Although the streets are empty the area still shines. Look at some of the best photos of “Camden Lockdown.”
Ever thought about becoming Vegan? Lucy Macieira tells us her story about her journey to veganism, and shares her favourite vegan restaurants in Camden Town.
TFL has brightened up our conference calls by making cool background images. Want to pretend that you’re on the tube or the bus? Just add their backgrounds to fool your colleagues.
No cricket, no sport at all is taking place. The groundsman of Lord’s cricket ground is posting regular updates of the state of the ground, and the pictures are amazing.
The most important of them all. Now is not the time to take risks. Camden Town will reopen, the markets will trade again, the pubs will be serving the coldest beers you’ll ever have tasted. For now, stay indoors.
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