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Understand the emergence of COVID-19 and how we respond to it going forward.
This free online course is being run by FutureLearn in conjunction with the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medecine
You’ll learn the latest of what we know about COVID-19, presented by international experts.
Arkwrights Deli in Beaconsfields Road have closed their doors to the public for the time being but are operating a grocery delivery service. Orders by phone 01273 552740 or email email@example.com
Delivering between 10:00 and 16:00 all days except Wed and Sun.
Minimum order value of £25.00 payment to be taken over the phone by Credit/Debit Card.
When placing any orders, please include your name, address, telephone number and the day you would like to take delivery.
All orders must be made before 11:00 for delivery the following day.
There is more information on their Facebook Page
And not forgetting your pets and wild birds ...
This website might be interesting to anyone with a pet (any pet, not just a dog), but also for people who are feeding ravenous breeding wild birds, and who are running out of mealworm! At least one (Viovet) provides this too.
Picasso and Paper: virtual exhibition tour - premiered on 8 April 2020
Picasso and Paper exhibition - a video tour of the galleries, created before the Royal Academy had to close its doors due to coronavirus. (Thank you Chris Tredgold for alerting me to this).
Tate Modern virtual exhibitions – ‘Andy Warhol’ opens 6 April
While it is closed to the public Tate Modern will be showing virtual exhibitions on YouTube. The first is 'Andy Warhol'.
Met Opera 7-day free trial
Met Opera on Demand is the online streaming service that allows users to watch and listen to more than 600 Met performances over the internet.