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Did you know there are over
residents living in Covent Garden?
CUSTOMERS VISIT COVENT GARDEN PER YEAR
Churches in Covent Garden… St Paul’s Church, Corpus Christi Catholic Church, St Martin in the Fields and St Mary le Strand
Resident homeopath in Covent Garden
Donna Mills, the owner of Roseheart Jewels, the charming new artisan jewellery shop at 38 Bedford Street, is also a well respected homeopath. Her method of combining intuition with observation and knowledge helps her find accurate and truly helpful remedies. Excellent reviews on
For more information about Mills and her jewellery visit
Fit2FunctionPhysiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic
Over 2 decades of experience in state-of-the-art K-laser and Shockwave therapy.
Strategically tested to alleviate back pain, upper back/neck pain, shoulder pain, plantar fasciitis, knee injuries & joint conditions such as arthritis. Call 02071172076 to find out more.
The London Graphic Centre are celebrating 46 years of selling the finest art materials in the area
Benjamin Pollock’s toy shop
Celebrates 37 years in the Piazza Delighting children and adults alike with their traditional toys. Their best seller remains the coveted intricate pop-up theatres.
at Covent Garden Tube Station
Have warned us to always be wary of pickpockets. When waiting for the lifts or squashed inside is when they strike. So make sure your bag, rucksack or purse are safe at all times and don’t be complacent. If you need any help the London Transport Staff are on hand.
If you live in the area, love the area, or have stories past present or future you would like to share with The Covent Gardener, please get in touch by emailing [email protected]
different maps are available at leading world travel experts Stanfords.
Wherever you want to discover in the world there will be a map to suit your destination.
Mobile Phone NEED TO KNOW
Our local Bobbies have kindly given us a brilliant insider tip. If you mobile is stolen and you go to the Police Station you will be asked for the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) which is a 15 digit number unique to that phone.
The police need it to put on their database so it can be returned to you if found.
You can find this number by punching in
But be sure to keep a copy of it safely at home.
Londoners and high-profile actors are often spotted in the morning at the Leicester Square TKTS booth to secure elusive tickets.
We have a £100
TKTS Theatre Token to give away to a lucky reader to see the show of their choice.
Follow us on Instagram @thecoventgardener and tell us what show you would love to see.