All Is Fine And Dandy For Christmas In St James’s, London Sw1
London’s Dandy, Robin Dutt switches on the St James’s Christmas tree lights accompanied by fellow Dandies Juliet Johns and Paul Knops
Robin Dutt; London’s Dandy of Dandies, switched on the St James’s, Christmas tree lights tonight, 6 December 2011 accompanied by fellow Dandies Juliet Johns and Paul Knops, declaring, ‘Let the St James’s Christmas festivities and shopping begin.’ The Convivum Singers, performed carols by the Christmas tree followed by a carol concert within the church.
The tree was donated by The Crown Estate from Windsor Great Park and has been decorated with twinkling lights and a selection of brightly coloured silk ties and mini bow ties donated by the Jermyn Street shirt maker Turnbull & Asser, presenting a fitting tribute to St James’s very own Beau Brummell.
The carol service at St. James’s Church, Piccadilly, London, SW1, was organised by Mayfair & St. James’s Association, Bond Street Association and Jermyn Street Association and was hosted by St James’s Church with Rector Lucy Winkett presiding.
The evening was in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Jermyn Street and St James’s shops are open until 5.30pm from now until 24 December and re open after Christmas on 27 December. More opening hours on jermynstreet.net
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