Live Bid! Enjoy London - The Shard, Afternoon Tea and a Thames River Cruise
The Shard offers unparalleled views across the city of London, 800 ft above the city streets. On floor 72 you can see the capital in panoramic style with sightseeing up to 40 miles in every direction. You can spend as long as you like soaking it all in, but don’t get too lost in the moment as you’ve got a champagne afternoon tea to enjoy too at the Courthouse Hotel.
Inside the Courthouse Hotel you’ll find the stylish Carnaby restaurant, where your delicious champagne afternoon tea will be served, including rolls, bagels, pastries, cakes, scones with cream and jam, a pot of tea and a chilled glass of champagne each.
With unlimited hop-on, hop-off cruising along the Thames included for sightseeing travel around the city, you’re in for an activity-packed day!
Expires January 19, 2018. Voucher cannot be extended and must be booked in advance and before expiry date printed on the voucher.
Minimum age is 18.
There is disabled access to The View - please check for full details at the time of the booking.
The experience, content, equipment used and restrictions may vary according to location.
Giving something back is a fundamental part of what Churchill Retirement Living believes in. In 2015, Churchill Retirement Living made the decision to set up the Churchill Foundation to better what they already do for charity. This enabled them to focus on supporting local communities as well as national charities where they build based on their chosen three core areas: the relief of sickness, disease and human suffering, the promotion of health amongst the elderly and the support and wellbeing of the young.
This celebrity golf tournament is in aid of the Churchill Foundation’s two charity partners The Silver Line and Hope For Food. Open 24 hours a day, every day and night of the year The Silver Line helpline offers free and confidential information, friendship and advice. Hope for Food is a Bournemouth charity set up and run entirely by volunteers, it was founded in 2012 with the aim of providing life’s basic essentials on a day-to-day basis to people in need of help due to the current economic climate.