Get ready for an exciting summer of 2022! With so much to see and do, where to start?
Line up those summer days and put on your Sunday best as The Royal Ascot is only 5 weeks away. Such rich British history dates back to over 300 years from 1711 when Queen Anne found potential for “Horses to gallop at full speed”, it’s definitely not an event to miss.
An interesting fact about Greencoats- which used to be known as Yeoman Prickers is that their role was to manage crowd control by pricking racegoers off the course, this doesn’t apply now. In the modern-day, their role isn’t as aggressive but their unrivalled experience is used to deliver and assist guests throughout the event.
Tying the timelines
The newly open Elizabeth line offers new and great opportunities for commuters in and out of London, this operates in 3 parts of the rail, East, West and through central London. The Jubilee line was the ‘newest of the tube lines prior to the Elizabeth line which was opened in 1979′. Whilst parts have still yet to fully open, by 2023, the separated sections of Elizabeth Line will be fully connected.
This perfectly ties in as it is named in honour of Queen Elizabeth II who will be the first Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee after 70 years of service in a few days. The most royal Pantone purple 266c is used for branding, the coloured theme for the Jubilee is also beautifully similar. Celebrate the traditional British way with a beautiful and scrumptious Afternoon Tea at the Sir Christopher Wren Hotel, overlooking the lovely River Thames at The Brasserie.
The Sir Christopher Wren Hotel is perfectly located by the Thames River in Windsor, it’s a creative cluster formed of 5 buildings which include the Wren’s Club’s private gym and spa to refresh and relax during your stay. Book your private special spa day and enjoy the beautiful weather in Windsor or jump on a 20-minute train for a day out in London.
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