Wednesday 22nd April 2020 – Day Thirty

Good morning all – hope that you had a good night

Firstly thank you to everyone who completed my survey recently. Your comments, suggestions and ideas were reported back to Dragon Hall and I will be following up a number of your points:

If you have not completed the survey please do

What can I share with you today

FOOD / SHOPPING – From Dominic: Groceries and Food Delivery in the Cities of London & Westminster. The details of the changes that each supermarket has made can be found on their websites. Each supermarket that has at least one branch within the Cities of London & Westminster is linked below.

From Enrica: 35 amazing Cooking Tricks (all of them in less than five minutes!)

From Sharon: 7 Recipes You Can Make In 5 Minutes (no attachement or long recipe needed)

ART & CULTURE – From Theresa: Royal Albert Hall presents Royal Albert Home: Toby Thompson. Performance poet Toby Thompson will deliver an exclusive session from his aunty’s cottage in Normandy, France as part of the Royal Albert Home series. This session will be broadcast for free on this page at 7:30pm today

From Chris S: I have an offer to anyone and everyone. I have spent the last few weeks sorting out my music on my laptop, including my backing tracks.I have made a backing track file of 23 songs and can email them or make a CD, Which can be played on a CD player which plays MP3 files, and post it.

If you are interested in receiving my songs – you receive 23 backing tracks and sheets of lyrics to go with the BTs, please email John – (Chris from Jerry’s Tuesday singing group)

From Pat C: NEW SONGHAVEN AT HOME: Concert inspired by Valentine’s Day – Filmed at LUMEN, Bloomsbury. Featuring performances by soprano Nazan Fikret, tenor Ben Leonard, and pianist James Long.


From Gil: The coronavirus outbreak brings new challenges for everyone and that the advice to stay at home may cause anxiety if someone at home is harming you or making you feel afraid in any way. If you are worried it is very important to remember that support is available for you.

The Angelou Support Service is there to help anyone experiencing domestic abuse throughout the pandemic. You can call them on 020 8741 7008 Mon-Fri, 10am – 6pm. If you are in immediate danger, you should contact the police. You can dial 999 and then press 55 and remain silent. The police will know you are in danger and cannot speak.

You can contact me ANY TIME on 07759 646507 in case of an emergency

Be safe

Shared by Jerry – today’s wisdom and humour: I got through six Jeffrey Archer novels while in self-isolation. Hopefully tomorrow the supermarket will have some toilet rolls.