Syon House and Gardens Closes

Local parks and leisure take action to avoid the spread of COVID-19

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While there have been no reported cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Syon Park, in the interest of the health and well-being of all visitors, employees and the wider community, Syon House and the gardens will be closed to the general public as of Friday 20th March.

The situation will be closely monitored and updates will appear on Syon Estate's website and social media channels.

Gunnersbury Park Museum has also closed. the Gunnersbury CIC said: "Following Government advice and to protect our visitors and staff we have taken the decision to close Gunnersbury Park Museum and suspend public programmes and schools visits with immediate effect. We will continue to review the situation and will endeavour to re-open as soon as is possible.

"Gunnersbury Park will remain open 7 days a week for the community to exercise walk the dog and enjoy the spring flowers. Our partners at Benugo will also be keeping the cafe open for all visitors. Please enjoy the Park responsibly, following Government guidance at all times. Do check our website and Twitter to keep up to date with Park news.

Osterley Park is closed.

Kew Gardens is closed.

Park runs have also stopped.

Watermans Arts Centre, London Museum of Water and Steam and the Musical Museum are closed.

All pubs and restaurants are now closed for the immediate future

Some pubs and restaurants are offering limited takeaway and/or delivery services of food and drink where possible, including The Globe, The Griffin, The Express Tavern. Check their websites or Facebook pages for details.

La Rosetta is open for Call & Collect - on 020 8560 3002

Holy Spice is open for takeaway and delivery - on 020 8230 1117

Galata Pera is open for takeaway and delivery on 020 8560 1798 (or via deliveroo, ubereats and just eat)

March 23, 2020

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