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Seven Dials launches online initiative and delivery service to 'keep consumers connected'

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Seven Dials landlord, Shaftesbury, has launched an online initiative to keep consumers connected through the lockdown period.

Called Seven Dials @ Home, the website, which focuses on businesses in the Seven Dials area of London, in Covent Garden, includes content including video tutorials, ‘make-and-enjoy-at-home’ classes, and guides on wellbeing and mental health.

Homeslice, Flesh & Buns and Lumas are among the participating brands curating content to share among their social media followers.

Along with the initiative, Seven Dials Market operator Kerb is launching an online grocery delivery service called the Seven Dials Market Cornershop.

Consumers within the M25 can order fruit and veg boxes for delivery to their door, as well as a range of wines, soft drinks, cocktail kits and beers.

“The Cornershop has been created to help the tens of thousands of Londoners that have made Seven Dials Market such a success,” said Simon Mitchell, managing director at Kerb.

“Our aim is to make things a little easier for people living in the West End during the lockdown, while at the same time benefitting our traders and suppliers as they too navigate this exceptional time.”

Visit BigHospitality tomorrow (1 May) to hear Kerb founders Simon Mitchell and Petra Barran speaking in an episode of our United We Stand podcast series.

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