Tree of Love, Joy and Hope in Connaught Village for Valentine’s Day 

Photo credit: David Parry/PA Wire.

Connaught Village unveils a brand-new outdoor neon lighting display in time for Valentine’s Day, A  Tree  of  Love,  Joy  and  Hope  funded  by  The  Church  Commissioners.  LED  lights  have  been handcrafted  into  dazzling  pink  and  red  hearts,  adorning  the  tree  at  the junction of Connaught Street and Kendal Street – along a popular walking route to Hyde Park.

The  idea  was  to  create  a  prominent  landmark  and  to  give  the  community  an  uplifting experience.  They  asked the experiential company, Sister London, and leading lighting designer Shiu-Kay Kan to create an all-new lighting campaign.

James  Parker,  Assistant  Manager  –  Commercial  Real  Estate,  at  the  Church  Commissioners, comments:  “We  are  delighted  to  be  able  to  give  Londoners a much-needed burst of light with our latest installation in Connaught Village. It was important for us to provide a focal point  for the community during these difficult times that can be enjoyed safely by all outside.”

Photo credit: David Parry/PA Wire.

The installation will be in Connaught Village from February 5th and is set to bring a smile to all those frequenting the local village shops. Essential food and beverage retailers remain open in the village with strict social distancing measures in place. Many fashion and lifestyle boutiques are also offering exclusive at home delivery services for online customers.

Tag  ​@connaughtvillage  in  photos  of  the  neon light installation for a chance to be featured on the Connaught Village Instagram page @connaughtvillage.

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