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announcementA list of useful local links and resources
Posted by Administrator March 24, 10:56AM

Local shops delivering: [docs.google.com] - Spreadseet (I'm not sure who owns this so I can't validate that it's up to date)

Shops open
Health Matters Lordship Lane- also delivering
Moxons fishmongers Lordship Lane open and doing a delivery service
Local brewery Clarkshaws are doing free deliveries [www.clarkshaws.co.uk]
Chener Books - send an email to chenerbookshop@gmail.com and you will receive the book in the post!
Ivy house are delivering beer - check out their facebook
Mons cheese shop Expected by 5 April [www.mons-cheese.co.uk]
SMBS and The CheeseBlock on Lordship Lane are open

eataliano.co.uk in Dulwich Village are doing deliveries
Lorenzo of East Dulwich - Tel 020 8693 7877 [www.lorenzo.uk.com]
Tart - [www.tartlondon.com]
Spinach - [www.spinach.london]
Thai Corner Cafe - 020 8299 4041
Dulwich Tandoori - [www.dulwichtandoori.co.uk]
Monkatsu - [monkatsu.business.site]
Yama Momo - [yamamomo.co.uk]
The Actress - [www.theactresseastdulwich.com]
Rose's Fishbar - 020 7635 5003
Curry from Memsaab Ordered online they delive


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announcementRe: A list of useful local links and resources
Posted by Nanny March 24, 11:51AM

Moxons fishmongers on Lordship Lane are open and doing a delivery service. They also have shops in Clapham, Islington or S Kensington so if anyone needs food delivered to a relative or friend in those areas, that info may be helpful. Also I saw Christophers bakery in Half Moon Lane is open for bread sales as well as deli items and have £30 mixed fruit/veg boxes. Any unsold bread at the end of the day is being taken to Kings College Hospital for NHS staff.

announcementRe: A list of useful local links and resources
Posted by Otto2 March 24, 09:04PM

Chener Books - most any book - send an email to chenerbookshop@gmail.com and you will receive the book in the post!

announcementRe: A list of useful local links and resources
Posted by monica March 25, 07:53AM

Healthmatters are also doing deliveries, Admin.
Thank you for adding us.

announcementRe: A list of useful local links and resources
Posted by BrandNewGuy March 25, 09:23AM

Lovely local brewery Clarkshaws are doing free deliveries to our local postcodes:
[www.clarkshaws.co.uk]

announcementRe: A list of useful local links and resources
Posted by Sazzle30 March 25, 03:19PM

Ivy house are delivering beer - check out their facebook

announcementRe: A list of useful local links and resources
Posted by kford March 28, 01:43PM

Had a great takeaway curry from Memsaab last night. Ordered online and collected, but they deliver.

announcementRe: A list of useful local links and resources
Posted by fishbiscuits March 28, 09:30PM

Birds Nest pub (Deptford) are delivering all over SE London. Originally beer and hot food, but have now branched out into fruit and veg.

announcementRe: A list of useful local links and resources
Posted by slarti b March 29, 02:53PM

Mons cheese shop are setting up a home delivery service. Expected by 5 April? Keep an eye on their web site

[www.mons-cheese.co.uk]



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announcementRe: A list of useful local links and resources
Posted by Jo_n_ March 31, 02:05PM

Villages Brewery in Deptford are also doing delivery.
Drop them a txt on the hotline (07309905702) and they'll call you to arrange

[twitter.com]

announcementRe: A list of useful local links and resources
Posted by rollflick March 31, 09:07PM

Does anyone know how you can get compost delivered, preferably peat free?

Trying to grow more food to reduce the need to shop and as it's something relaxing to do outdoors. Nunhead Gardener does deliveries for £10 but have run out, Dulwich pots seems to have email only service with big backlog.

announcementRe: A list of useful local links and resources
Posted by EPB April 01, 06:45PM

Memsaab seems to be closed today. We tried to order a delivery but no success - “We are on holiday”

announcementRe: A list of useful local links and resources
Posted by EPB April 01, 06:48PM

Memsaab seems to be closed for online orders. “We are on holiday”

announcementRe: A list of useful local links and resources
Posted by Nanny April 02, 07:59PM

Re. veg box delivery, Smith and Brock (Knock knock) seemed a good option but it is struggling with capacity as I ordered mine on 27th March, been given two delivery dates and they still haven't delivered. No way to contact them either as phone and email unresponsive. I have just ordered from Natureschoice, hopefully something will be delivered, at least one of them :-)

announcementRe: A list of useful local links and resources
Posted by Donald45 April 02, 09:26PM

I ordered from them last week as well. They have had to change the date from yesterday until tomorrow. They let me know by e mail and rang me tonight as well. It sounds like it’s a new venture for them and they have big demand and I expect all the teething problems a new venture brings even without a crisis added. They sound like really nice people and I’m sure they will get there. Now expecting mine tomorrow (Friday)

announcementRe: A list of useful local links and resources
Posted by Nanny April 03, 08:22AM

They are indeed having teething problems which is why this might not be the best veg box option at the moment. My daughter and I both ordered on the same day, 27th March, live half a mile apart, were both notified delivery would be Tuesday. She got her box as promised, I got an email informing me that my order missed the van and would be delivered on Thursday, it wasn't. I have no communication as to why or when it will be delivered, there is no way to contact them as they do not respond to emails and you can't call them. I've tried direct messaging by social media too (where it's apparent there are many problems) but am yet to receive a response. Payment was taken on 28th March, that process seems to work well.

I ordered from Natures Choice yesterday and this morning they delivered.

announcementRe: A list of useful local links and resources
Posted by AylwardS April 03, 01:30PM

SMBS and The CheeseBlock on Lordship Lane are open

The CheeseBlock has a sign on the door saying 3 customers at a time.

No queue or limit on customers at SMBS. There is tape on the floor marking 2 metres. SMBS has good stock, including fresh.

Jones of Brockley is applying a 1 customer in the shop at any time Card payments only


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