Welcome

This website is a resource primarily for the residents of  Arundel Gardens and Ladbroke Gardens but also includes useful information for locals and visitors to the area.

The Arundel and Ladbroke Gardens is a private garden square adopted in 1953 under the Kensington Improvement Act of 1851.  Access to the gardens is for residents only,  however visitors are welcome to visit on Open Days and as guests of residents.    Information about open days will be posted on the Events calendar.

 

We hope that all our residents and families are in good health and coping well in this unusual situation.

We are extremely fortunate to have a beautiful communal garden where we can get some much needed fresh air and enjoy the spring that is bursting forth to cheer us.

Following current government guidelines the gardens will remain open to residents. We are sure that you all will remember to respect the personal space of neighbours and remember the social distancing guidelines in order to keep yourself and others safe and well.

Playgrounds all over London have been closed and in accordance with the latest government ruling, the playground in the garden has also been closed.
The virus can survive on metal and plastic for several days https://www.nejm.org/doi/10.1056/NEJMc2004973
See also the following information:
https://www.sciencenews.org/article/coronavirus-pandemic-covid19-how-parents-kids-can-stay-safe-sane


Symptoms of the coronavirus include shortness of breath, a temperature and a dry cough. If you have any of these symptoms however mild, then the advice is to stay at home for 7 days and any other people in your household should not leave the house for 14 days.
Do not go to your GP, pharmacy or hospital and do not call NHS111

If your symptoms get worse or do not improve after 7 days, initially use the NHS online service, or call NHS111 or in an emergency dial 999.

Click here to Read more of the Government guidelines 


Below is a very useful list of resources and websites to keep us healthy in mind and body during our enforced isolation: (Open this Information in a new page)

Grocery Delivery:

Daylesford Online Shop: https://www.daylesford.com/shop

Daylesford Delivered (local shop delivery): email delivered@daylesford.com or call 020  7591 1510

Ben’s Fruit and Veg: https://bensfruitveg.com; email orders@bensfruitveg.com or call 020 3643 1671

Natoora: https://home-delivery.uk.natoora.com

Provenance Butcher: http://www.provenancebutcher.com/contact/; email nottinghillorders@provenancebutcher.com or call 020 7229 8814

Notting Hill Fish Shop: call 020 7221 7524

Deliveroo: https://deliveroo.co.uk/; several local independent grocers and off licences are delivering through the app

Sainsbury’s: https://www.sainsburys.co.uk/; prioritised delivery slots for elderly or vulnerable customers

Fruit 4 London: https://www.fruit4london.co.uk; deliver fruit and vegetable boxes including a special COVID-19 Survival Box

Restaurant Delivery:

Deliveroo: https://deliveroo.co.uk/
Includes below restaurants which are currently delivering:

Exercise & Wellness:

Psycle London: https://www.instagram.com/p/B-CzVHqBis6/; streaming free live at-home workouts on Instagram

Barry’s Bootcamp: https://www.instagram.com/barrysuk/?hl=en; streaming free live at-home workouts on Instagram

Core Collective: https://www.core-collective.co.uk; offering new workout class streaming service

Freeletics: https://www.freeletics.com/en/; app with wide selection of free workout videos

Yoga with Adriene: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFKE7WVJfvaHW5q283SxchA; free library of Yoga classes on Youtube

Re-Mind Studio: https://remindstudio.com; guided meditation classes streamed via Zoom

The Body Coach TV: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ; holding free PE classes for children at 9AM from Monday to Friday on his YouTube channel

Arts & Culture:

Google Arts & Culture Museum: https://artsandculture.google.com/?hl=en; virtual tours of museums around the world

Royal Opera House: https://www.roh.org.uk/news/the-royal-opera-house-launches-a-programme-of-free-online-content-for-the-culturally-curious-at-home; offering free online broadcasts of recent operas and ballet productions

There’s also a great article from The New York Times a few days ago which has lots of ideas of things to do at home during isolation: https://www.nytimes.com/article/coronavirus-quarantine-what-to-watch.html

Best Wishes to all our Residents, Stay Safe