Business Security Training for Shops & Restaurants

Following initial courses in July 2016 Marble Arch London is offering a new series of free business security training for retailers and restaurateurs. Courses will cover managing aggressive or anti-social behaviour, dealing with persistent beggars and…

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Changes to Central London Buses

Transport for London (TfL) have proposed changes to Central London buses and are currently consulting on the proposals. The Mayor has committed to improving life in London, by tackling air quality, encouraging cycling and walking, transforming…

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Five Guys Named Moe bound for Marble Arch

A major revival of the hit musical Five Guys Named Moe is proposed at Marble Arch, in a new pop-up West end theatre. In association with Cameron Mackintosh, producers Underbelly plan to provide an immersive and…

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Eating Out On Christmas Day: What’s Open

Are you eating out on Christmas Day? Most London businesses shut down completely on Christmas Day, public transport included. However, Edgware Road is one of the few places in town with plenty of restaurants open all…

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The First Marble Arch Food Tour

It was a wet and windy November night but the group that gamely joined us for the first Marble Arch food tour were lovely. The food and drink tour included stops for wine tasting, lots of…

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The Big Switch On in Pictures

Edgware Road’s Christmas Lights were switched on with the help of pupils from The Minerva Academy on the evening of 16 November. Councillor Heather Acton and the BID’s Chairman Martin Ramskill were joined by 12 School…

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