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Making plans for the weekend often involves a torrent of WhatsApp messages from friends all with differing ideas of what constitutes a good time. But what if your weekend fun could be taken care of in one fell swoop, at a central London destination just two minutes’ walk from St Paul’s Cathedral? Enter One New Change in the City of London, where you will find a selection of the capital’s best fashion, food and entertainment, all under one roof. And if that’s not enough to keep you amused, top London attractions such as the Museum of London, the Barbican and Tower Bridge are within easy walking distance.

Whether it’s shopping for the latest autumn trends at Reiss, COS, Mango or Topshop, enjoying a long lunch at Jamie Oliver’s Barbecoa or Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen, One New Change – which kicks off with a Friday food market – has your weekend covered. Even your Insta-feed is catered for, thanks to the staggering views from the on the sixth-floor terrace, where cocktails at sunset from Madison are a popular pastime.

So what are you waiting for? Round up your friends and head to One New Change – your weekend is now a guaranteed success.


 

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