Groceries and Food Delivery in the Cities of London & Westminster

Our supermarket chains have worked hard, and are continuing to do so together, to ensure that the UK remains fed. To do this most supermarkets have changed their opening hours to allow them to restock and are offering priority shopping hours for certain groups to ensure that they can get what they need.

The details of the changes that each supermarket has made can be found on their websites. Each supermarket that has at least one branch within the Cities of London & Westminster is linked below.

All the UK’s major supermarkets have also published a joint letter encouraging people to be considerate in the way that they shop. Everyone needs to follow their advice. Retailers also have a moral responsibility to consumers not to hike up prices at this time.

Supermarkets aren’t the only options for groceries. A number of other providers are also working hard to keep everyone fed. Some delivery alternatives to supermarkets are listed and linked below.

Inclusion of a particular supplier should not be seen as an endorsement by Nickie Aiken MP: If you know of any more companies that are providing food deliveries to the whole of the constituency, please get in touch.


See Also

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Understandably, lots of people have been getting in touch about Coronavirus (COVID-19). It is important that we all continue to follow official public health guidelines and remain calm.

Coronavirus Scams

Coronavirus (COVID-19) has unfortunately been seen by some criminals as an opportunity.

Many of us are feeling more vulnerable than we normally would. Criminals are playing on this for their own financial gain.

Guidance for Employees

The government has announced a package of measures to protect jobs and incomes as part of the national effort in response to Coronavirus, COVID-19.

Guidance for the Self-Employed

Millions of people across the UK could benefit from the new coronavirus (COVID-19) Self-Employed Income Support Scheme, with those eligible receiving a cash grant worth 80% of their average monthly trading profit over the last three years, up to £2,500 per month.

Renters and landlords

In response to the financial impact of the Coronavirus  the Government has announced a package of protections for renters and landlords.

Support for Businesses

The Chancellor has set out a package of measures to support businesses during the disruption caused by COVID-19.

The package includes:

Supporting Those Most In Need

A huge number of people across the Two Cities have volunteered to help those in need across London. You can find out more how you can help here.

Travel Advice

The Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) now advises British people against all non-essential travel worldwide. This advice took effect immediately on 17 March. 

Two Cities Business Directory

Since the beginning of the pandemic, local MP Nickie Aiken has been keen to promote services and facilities available to people living in the Two Cities.

Volunteering in the Cities of London & Westminster

Hundreds have of local people have already offered their time to both Westminster City Council and the City of London Corporation to help them look after our constituency’s most vulnerable. Both authorities though are still looking for more volunteers if you would like to get involved.