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THURSDAY: Other Criteria opens late to celebrate Christmas countdown in Bond Street

November 17, 2010 by Kay

The Other Criteria shop at 36 New Bond Street will stay open till 8pm on Thursday 18th November to join in with the Bond Street Christmas countdown celebrations.

Held in aid of the Louis Dundas Centre for Children’s Palliative Care at Great Ormond Street Hospital, Bond Street will be transformed into a Winter wonderland with snow falling along the length of the street and fir trees lining the pavements. Reindeer, ice sculptors, carol singers, stilt walkers, jugglers, fireworks and musicians will all add to the festive atmosphere of this Christmas extravaganza.

Many of the Bond Street stores will stay open late and offer Christmas hospitality and festive delights. At 6pm, on the corner of Old Bond Street and Burlington Gardens, Bond Street’s special celebrity guest will switch on the magical Christmas lights.

Visitors to Bond NoÀ«l will have the opportunity to win over £10,000 worth of luxury Bond Street prizes, in the fabulous ‘Tree of Life’, in aid of The Louis Dundas Centre.