A Quarter’s heartbeat is its community and a crucial part of that are the area’s workers. When you come into the ...
Stay Connected To The Quarter
There are plenty of ways to feel part of our neighbourhood whether you’re working from home or from your office. Our various communications will keep you up to date with all the latest goings-on – check out our social media for the latest news, events and deals from the Quarter’s businesses (Instagram, Facebook and Twitter), subscribe to our newsletter and explore our website for info on our local projects and activities.
You can still support the amazing shops, eateries and bars you love by buying vouchers for future visits if you can’t make it into town at the moment. Or if you are visiting or living locally our restaurants and cafés offer takeaway and delivery; fly the flag for ‘shop local’ and order eclectic cuisine at the touch of a button.
New shops are opening all the time in the Quarter so make sure you keep up-to-date with our Shop the Quarter directory for the latest news, offers and announcements.
There are also several opportunities to keep supporting our vital local charities and good causes too. Whether it’s donating money, food, expertise or time, you can make a difference in-person or from home. Why not get active and fundraise remotely or with your bubble? Explore our Local Giving and Smarter Giving pages for more information on how you can get involved.
And make sure you watch this space for a virtual events programme coming soon.
The Marylebone Journal
The latest edition of the Marylebone Journal is now available. Its September-October 2020 issue is packed with exciting interviews, features and an essential guide to what’s on in the neighbourhood. Staying in or going out, the Journal offers plenty of inspiration for autumn.
The Journal, supported by the Howard de Walden Estate and the Portman Estate, is published every two months and is also delivered free to businesses and residents in the area.
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