Good morning all, hope that the start to the weekend goes well. It will be very hot today!
What can I share with you today?
FOOD / SHOPPING
Thank you to everyone who has forwarded their wonderful support and comments to me regarding the Food Bank Project organised by Covent Garden Community Centre / 7 Dials Club. It is really gratifying to hear that so many people are benefiting from the service:
Foodbank – We are flexible with regards to who we can help. If you fit the following criteria, please register.
- Self Isolation due to symptoms
- Isolation due to vulnerable or shielded status
- Income reduction because of lockdown & crisis measures
- Income reduction while waiting for benefits to arrive
Here’s a tasty recipe that’s pretty quick and easy to make, it’s a great mid week treat.
ART & CULTURE
From Chris B:
From the BFI. Japan 2020.
In this major season they spotlight Japanese filmmakers who have inspired admiration and fascination around the world. This landmark season will take place on BFI Player from 11 May onwards, with new online collections released each month.
From Katherine C:
Welcome to Birkbeck Inspires, their free online events, activities and resources programme, which has been designed to inspire learning, provoke thought, and entertain and excite curious minds.
Introduction to Pilates
Workout 1 | NHS. If you’re looking for an introduction to the best online Pilates workouts for beginners, this Introduction to Pilates course is made up of extremely gentle and slow-paced classes making it ideal for people who are completely new to Pilates or have a low fitness level.
Join zoom session
Topic: Pilates with Rosy
Time: 11:30 am
Please email John for the link
FUNNY SIDE OF LIFE
From Ruth – Do you Speak Corona?
Are you fully conversant with the new terminology of “Lockdown Lingo”? Corona conversation for the beginner!
Doom-scrolling – You’ve probably caught yourself ‘doom-scrolling’ at least once or twice: the act of scrolling through social media just to read horrifying stories related to Covid-19.
Iso – A term hailing from – you guessed it – Australia, ‘iso’ is short for isolation. There are fun variations of the word including ‘isobar’, which means a fridge full of beer, and ‘isodesk’, which stands for your home office.
Mask-ara – Extra make-up applied to “make one’s eyes pop” before venturing out in public wearing a face mask.
That’s all for now!
You can contact me on 07759 646507 in case of an emergency