Best Of Londonist: 14 March 2021

Best Of Londonist: 14 March 2021

Your weekly Londonist round-up.

The City Of London Is Getting Fully Electric Rubbish Trucks

Part of the City Corporation's plan to drastically reduce air pollution.

Amy Johnson: The Aviatrix Who Made History At Croydon, Then Mysteriously Disappeared

"When she spoke of her plane, it was as if she was talking about a pet."

Johnson in her Gipsy Moth leaving Australia for Newcastle, 14 June 1930. Image: public domain

These Incredible, Heartbreaking Titanic Objects Are Stashed Away In South London

Watches, menus and a toy pig.

© Royal Museums Greenwich

London's Best Vegan Meal Kits

Ways to eat less meat and feel glorious about it.

You can has (vegan) cheezburger (tacos). Image: Club Mexicana.

A Glowing Tribute To NHS Vaccine Success Has Appeared At Guy's Hospital

The 'Tunnel of Light' is described as a symbol of optimism.

This Artist Draws Famous Londoners As Pigeons

From Amy Winghouse to Freddie Mer-coo-ry.

Halima Nałęcz, Icon Of London's Sixties Art Scene, To Get A Green Plaque

She was the owner of Westminster's renowned Drian gallery.

Image © Estate of Bob Collins / National Portrait Gallery, London

A Dive Into To London's Road Tunnels

Part of London’s road scape for over a century.

London's Best St Patrick's Day Food Deliveries

Taste the Emerald Isle.

Image: Crosstown Doughnuts

Last Updated 12 March 2021