Invitation time to all our Cinderellas. Radley picture bag now in stock. We are loving as always the detailed work in leather with the use of this season’s colours in the intricate design and texture. Limited edition, handcrafted and full of humour. We are seeing and thinking Tower Bridge Luke with the Radley dog in a waistcoat. Are we turning into our bags or are the bags turning into us!!!! rsvp email@example.com
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Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue.
So off we go with something old – vintage luggage from a bygone era. Available Tower Bridge store – styles will vary.
Something borrowed – Darling Valerie dress. It’s just such a 1940′s feel to the print and cut.
And something blue – works of art from Sarah Perry for those dapper men in their Sunday best.
As we get ready for Fathers’ day 2012 Hide All’s best selling man gift is the credit card holder in leather. And what choice! For the casual laid back number we suggest Saccoo. Simon Carter for the dad about town or the Radley man – might he be a dog lover!? Prices from £18 to £50.
Radley Banbury £29
Simon Carter Embossed £50
Saccoo Credit £18
Il Ponte Vecchio
And this stock is in both stores. We are so pleased with this addition of a more casual leather in such well designed contemporary pieces. The manufacture is in Florence with The Bridge being an Italian classic in leathergoods. Here in Hide All Shad Thames and Hide All Greenwich are bags briefcases and smaller items of leathergoods in the browns tans and a lovely stone or bone colour -take your pick! What we do not offer for now are the trips to Florence but Louise has been and where did she go? Busman’s holiday or what.
The Bridge Store in Florence!
Art Angels turkey card
Turkey, Pudding, crackers and pies. We are counting down to to Christmas day.
In Tower Bridge and Greenwich we will be holding our Christmas raffle on Wednesday 21st December. Radley again kindly donated prizes. Shop in the stores next week and this bag could be yours.
Sunday 25th – Closed
Monday 26th – Closed
Tuesday 27th – Closed
Wednesday 28th – Greenwich Closed/ Tower Bridge - 11am -5pm
Thursday 29th - Greenwich and Tower Bridge - 11am -5pm
Friday 30th - Greenwich & Tower Bridge - 11am -5pm
Saturday 31st - New Years Eve Greenwich & Tower Bridge 10 -4
Sunday 1st January – Closed
Monday 2 January - Greenwich Closed/ Tower Bridge - 11am -5pm
We know lots of you are away but we are around so please do join us in the post Christmas recovery and of course Winter Sale. Starts Thursday 29th with up to 50% discounts with all clothing included.
Last but not least a very sincere thanks to all of our customers. You are second to none. In such harsh trading conditions you have made our job a pleasure throughout and we do still look forward to each day and yes lets hear it for 2012. We know of a few events lined up for Greenwich and London -saddle up and enjoy! x
Clueless Londoner that I am, I didn’t realise that the Thames Festival had been running annually for the last 14 years, but apparently, it has. So it’s with quite some excitement that I discover that 10th and 11th September will host the 15th Mayors Thames Festival. I’m sure it’ll be quite an extravaganza, filled with all the vibrancy and diversity which London is famed for, and if I think anything of our Mayor, its that he probably knows how to put on quite a party. I’ll certainly be using my days off to have a nose around (apparently I’ve got 14 neglected years to make up for!)
Tower Bridge is hosting Alfresco Tango throughout Saturday, with lessons in the morning, performances in the afternoon and then DJs and dancing all through the night. I’m sure no less lively will be the various school choirs from across London performing on Sunday.
The parties don’t end there, there’s also a night-time carnival, a parade of boats both old and new and a music stage outside the Tate Modern. One thing that has to be seen is the Barge-Driving Races, in what must be a fantastically slow-pace affair, teams of up to 8 people row 30 ton barges 7 miles down river for about 90 minutes.
With the best weather of the year so far everyone at Hide All was eager to enjoy the outside this week.
Mick and Pauline found their way to Eastbourne to enjoy the sea air, white cliffs and coastal views.
…And what a way to enjoy the lunch break with sandwiches on Potter’s field, a Tower Bridge hotspot for the locals.
Or in Greenwich Park for our store nearby.
And we’re not talking gastro-pubs or any of these chef-dominated new kids on the block. Here at Hide All we’ve rediscovered the joys of our local – here’s three of our favourites;
Plume of Feathers, Greenwich – We had our Hide All Christmas bash here.
The Anchor Tap, Shad Thames – Discovered by James who, having left Hide All and now living in trendy Islington, is still known to visit for a pint with friends.
The Royal Oak, Charlton – For all the Hide All North Stand season ticket holders this is a must pre-homegames. But no pictures of this one yet! Work in progress.
All three are traditional English pubs – forget coffee-houses, pizza places and posh cafes, we’ve had some of our best moments this winter in our favourite pubs.