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After the demise of Oddbins, another High Street Wine Merchant, Nicolas closed its doors yesterday (Sunday 25th January). Will their old premises become yet another high end fashion retailer in Marylebone? It will be interesting to see what replaces Nicolas. In the meantime local residents will have to look further afield if they want find another dedicated wine merchant.
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From Rebecca Hatch.
WCC Lighting Service and FM Conway, as the current service provider, are keen to progress the installation of this cherished asset back into the Marylebone High Street area.... Last modified on Continue reading
Westminster City council are offering a FREE handyperson service for small jobs around the home for persons over 60 or in receipt of disability allowance.
This may include mnor repairs, plumbing, replacing locks or broken windows, fixing loos carpet or fitting hand rails. Other jobs may be considered and you can use the service for jobs that take up to half a day.... Last modified on Continue reading
Members may be interested in the following petitions for St James's Gardens and Cleveland Street Workhouse........to which the links are below.
Although neither are in the Marylebone Association area many of those in Marylebone may be concerned at the threats posed to both. Cleveland Street workhouse is on the Marylebone boundary with Camden and St James Gardens is with walking distance of Marylebone.... Last modified on Continue reading
The subways gates are will be operational at night from the 12th Januaery 2015.. Project 'Wonderpass' continues, with the newly-fitted subway gates being closed between the hours of 8:30pm and 5am daily, with a view to closing them later in the future. The gates will deter misuse and anti-social behaviour. The overall aim is to transform the subway into an attractive, well lit facility that encourages all to use and enjoy it as an alternative to the Marylebone Road pedestrian crossing. This is the first step and further works to transform the subway into the 'Wonderpass' are planned to start in spring 2015.
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