Having watched the Olympics, do you fancy yourself as the next Rebecca Romero or Zac Purchase? A series of FREE events this summer at Cardinal Place, the shopping destination near Victoria Station, will help you decide.
Cardinal Place will host its very own mini Olympics every day at 12pm from 15th-19th September. Using the latest innovative technology from Nintendo Wii, players can test their sporting prowess and compete against colleagues in a range of different games– the perfect stress-buster.
Just a 2 minute walk from Victoria Station or a 4 minute walk from St James’s Park Station , all of the events will take place surrounded by the array of bars and restaurants on offer at Cardinal Place.
Whether you’re keen to try out your skills and agility or want to cheer on your friends and colleagues, there couldn’t be a better way to spend lunchtime!
James Leech, Senior Estates Manager, Cardinal Place, said:
“We have a series of activities planned this summer showing that Cardinal Place is somewhere to work, shop, eat and generally enjoy yourself.”
For more information about the Cardinal Place Summer Programme please visit www.cardinalplace.co.uk
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About Cardinal Place
Cardinal Place is a mixed use commercial, retail and residential estate with generous public space. It hascreated a cultural and social hub at the heart of one of London’s most famous neighbourhoods. Marks&Spencer let 40% for their flagship store. Remaining shops are occupied by leading high street names and restaurants who did not previously have a presence in the area including Zara, Topshop, Hobbs, Molton Brown, Jones the Bootmaker, Goldsmiths, Wagamamas and Zizzis.
Buses 11, 24, 211 and 507 regularly stop at Victoria Street.
It is a 2 minute walk from Victoria Station and a 4 minute walk from St James’s Park
In a cab, it is a 2 drive from Hyde Park Corner, Embankment and Sloane Street.
About Land Securities
Land Securities is the UK’s leading Real Estate Investment Trust with a national portfolio of
commercial property worth almost£14bn. Half our portfolio is in London, where we own many landmark buildings such as the Piccadilly Lights and Westminster City Hall and are developing some of the capital’s most innovative mixed-use schemes, such as 20 Fenchurch Street in the City of London and Park House on Oxford Street.
For further information, please contact:
Victoria Greenyer&Lotte Jones
Tel: 020 7260 2700