Sadly London Fields and Parliament Hill Fields Lido are to close again; the Hoxton Beach London Fields cafe will close but we will hope Parliament Hill Fields Lido café will stay open like in the Autumn lockdown. We also hope we will be able to do takeaways from Queens Park and Highgate though our popular alcoholic mulled drinks must stop (apple juice can continue of course). All takeaway alcohol sales are now banned, but you can still buy our lovely wines beers and ciders online for home delivery. We will reinstate online ordering tomorrow Tuesday 5 January.
We have been very busy with takeout sales at the park cafés and for the next few days have disabled online ordering. So sorry. Do email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to be kept updated.
We have temporarily sold out of our new season’s marmalade but with nearly 1,000 kilos of organic seville oranges that arrived this week some Spain we will soon have a new batch. On sale at all our cafés: Parliament Hill Fields Lido, London Fields Lido, HIghgate Wood, Queens Park and the kiosk in Nags Head Market.
Hoxton Beach cafés at London Fields Lido and Parliament Hill Fields Lido will both stay open, as they are not affected by the closure of indoor gyms. The Clissold Leisure Centre will now close but our café there has remained closed since the start of the pandemic in March. Our café in Chatsworth Road E5 Dorée will stay open for takeaway as will the kiosk in Nags Head Market.
The new exhibition at Parliament Hill Fields Lido café is of work by Matthews Meadows. As well as fine art, Matthew has kindly helped Hoxton Beach with some amazing images over the years including our logo (derived from a film star card he found in Lahore and a label for the French soft drink La Mortuacienne). This exhibition is a mixture of prints (£190) abstract collages (£180-£220) and Life collages (£210-£230). The papier maché masks are an experiment carried out during lockdown and sadly are not for sale. Sales enquiries to email@example.com