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Join us for a pre-work tea, coffee or piece of cake on Monday 15 January 8-11am in Kingly Court and in participating Carnaby restaurants and cafes.
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Join us for a cuppa this Brew Monday with Samaritans

Turn that January frown upside-down - we’re flipping Blue Monday on it’s head with “Brew Monday”, an initiative hosted with Samaritans to celebrate the great tradition of simply getting together to have a chatter over a cup of tea. Join us for a pre-work tea, coffee or piece of cake on Monday 15 January 8-11am in exchange for a donation to Samaritans.

Whyte & Brown will be serving al-fresco in Kingly Court where you can enjoy a tea or coffee with a delicious brownie, whilst Darjeeling Express will be offering Masala Chai. Or try the latest Carnaby opening, The Good Egg, who will be offering their homemade, freshly baked breads and cakes from their in-house bakery. Pizza Pilgrims will be opening up their kiosk for a delicious Italian espresso and traditional sfogilatelle pastries, or you can opt for a fresh 'Bright & Beautiful' juice from The Detox Kitchen. Samaritans volunteers will be on hand to talk to anyone struggling at this time or any other time of year. All donation from the event will go towards Samaritans’ Brew Monday campaign.

It’s not just Kingly Court where you can get a delicious morning treat – head to SACRED Café for loose leaf teas and gourmet coffees and Sweaty Betty’s Farm Girl café on Carnaby Street, who will be serving fresh banana bread, with all donations to Samaritans.

Last January, Samaritans volunteers helped a record number of individuals, listening for more than 62,000 hours.  Find out more about Samaritans Brew Monday campaign here. Join in the conversation with #BrewMonday.

Whyte & Brown will be serving al-fresco in Kingly Court where you can enjoy a tea or coffee with a delicious brownie, or try the latest Carnaby opening, The Good Egg, who will be offering their homemade, freshly baked breads and cakes from the in-house bakery. Pizza Pilgrims will be opening up their kiosk for a delicious Italian espresso and traditional sfogilatelle pastry, or you can opt for a fresh Bright & Beautiful juice from The Detox Kitchen. Samaritans volunteers will be on hand to talk to anyone struggling at this time or any other time of year. All donation from the event will go towards Samaritans’ Brew Monday campaign.

It’s not just Kingly Court where you can get a delicious morning treat – head to SACRED Café for loose leaf teas and gourmet coffees and Sweaty Betty’s Farm Girl café, who will be serving fresh banana bread on Carnaby Street. Don’t forget Jack Wills, who will be serving Square Mile coffee and toasties at their Espresso Hut café on Kingly Street. All donations will be going towards Samaritans’ Brew Monday campaign.

Last January, Samaritans volunteers dealt with a record number of individuals, listening for more than 62,000 hours.  Find out more about Samaritans campaign here.

OPENING TIMES Shops: Monday – Saturday 10am – 7pm | Sunday 12noon – 6pm Restaurants: 8am – midnight