Following on from the successful reopening of the iconic London destination’s popular stores and cafés in June, which saw the implementation of a number of heightened hygiene measures, the station has now revealed plans to provide an even safer environment
Following the reopening of food & beverage outlets for takeaway and click & collect services only in May, St Pancras International opened the doors to more of its stores including Chanel, Whistles and The White Company, on Monday 15 June.
St Pancras International station announced today the reopening of non-essential retailers from Monday 15 June. In line with the latest Government announcement on Monday 25 May, the iconic destination has shared plans to provide a safe and enjoyable environment for
Christmas retail sales grew 10% year on year at St Pancras International, as the station continued its run as a first-class shopping destination and an enticing alternative to the high street and traditional shopping centres.
In its post-Christmas retail figures, measuring
The ninth British Food Fortnight, which took place from 18 September to 3 October 2010, fired the starting gun for food celebrations during the Olympics with the biggest ever national celebration of British food. This year’s event was a warm-up