Make the most of the season’s sporting highlights while enjoying London’s alfresco pleasures. The Great British Summer event brings the Centre Court excitement of The Championships, Wimbledon to the panoramic roof terrace at the City’s vibrant One New Change. With free to view screenings and the chance to enjoy food and drink served straight to your deckchair, there is always a fantastic atmosphere at the Great British Summer event, and the roof terrace offers stunning views of the City, too.
Great British Summer will take place across London at Cardinal Place in Victoria, New Street Square in Holborn, Thomas More Square in Wapping and at One New Change. Visit greatbritishsummer14.com for more information and follow @GreatBritSummer on Twitter.
Visit One New Change
Open seven days a week with free weekend parking (after 11am on Saturdays and all day Sunday), One New Change is a stylish shopping destination for men’s and women’s fashion and beauty. It’s also the perfect social space for eating and drinking. Browse the Friday and Saturday food markets, catch up with friends over a glass of fizz at Searcy’s Champagne Bar, or make a special date at Jamie Oliver’s Barbecoa or Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen.
For more details visit onenewchange.com, follow @one_new_change on Twitter or Like the page at facebook.com/OneNewChange
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