WEDNESDAY 28 JUNE – ST JAMES’S SQUARE – from 6 – 9PM
St James’s Conservation Trust Summer Garden Party, held in the heart of historic St James’s. The evening was sponsored by The Crown Estate and supported by Heart of London Business Alliance.
Guests were treated to food from leading hotels and restaurants in St James’s – including The Stafford London, Fortnum & Mason, Chutney Mary, The Ritz London, Wiltons, Milos, Dukes London and many more – served alongside Champagne, Pimm’s, wine, cocktails, and a refreshing range of non-alcoholic drinks.
Entertainment, courtesy of live music, from two fabulous bands and a raffle with fantastic prizes.
An incredible showcase of local artisans including Royal Warrant Holders, such as Lock & Co and Floris London, gave guests a one-off opportunity to see the stories and the craftspeople behind each brand, all whilst experiencing their wonderful ranges of products.
Notes to Editors
About St James’s Conservation Trust: The Trust was set up to promote high standards of planning and architecture in St James’s, to secure the preservation and protection of features of historic interest, to maintain the character and atmosphere of the area, and to create awareness of the history and impressive architecture of St James’s. For more information, go to www.stjamestrust.org.uk
About The Crown Estate: The largest property owner in London’s West End, The Crown Estate continually invests in this world-class destination, creating outstanding places to shop, eat and explore. Across Regent Street and St James’s, The Crown Estate brings together the very best in retail, dining, lifestyle, and entertainment, with a combination of British icons, international leaders and bespoke boutiques.
About Heart of London Business Alliance: Heart of London Business Alliance is the Business Improvement District for Leicester Square, Piccadilly, St James’s, Piccadilly Circus, and St Martin’s Lane, representing 600 businesses and property owners. HOLBA are focused on securing the long-term commercial and cultural wellbeing of the area. Through promotion, business support and advocacy, they champion their members’ interests and ensure that the West End remains the world’s leading cultural destination.