Library of Things also opens on King Street mall in run up to 'Midsommar'
JD Sports taking up former New Look premises
It's a full house at Hammersmith's Livat shopping centre, as JD Sports moves into the space which has been empty since fashion store New Look vacated it in the spring.
This is one of the larger street facing units in the recently revamped centre - formerly Kings Mall - and JD Sports is now inviting local people to apply for a range of jobs ahead of its launch, by visiting the company's web site.
The sports store is joining two other recent newcomers, The Fragrance Shop and Atelier100, a multi-functional space on the east side of the mall which showcases products made by local creatives, designers and manufacturers.
The long awaited launch of Library of Things is also here, with online reservations available from today, June 17 and the library itself open for self service collections, in the meeting place opposite Ikea from June 28.
Library of Things is a community-powered social enterprise aiming to help people save money and reduce waste. It offers local people the chance to borrow over 20 useful household, DIY and gardening items, such as pressure washers, drills and hedge trimmers, at a low cost. Find out more and place your orders.
And as we enjoy the longest, sunniest days of the year, Ikea is inviting the community to come along and celebrate the summer solstice in a Swedish style Midsommar Fest on Saturday June 25 and Sunday June 26.
The fun will include face painting and the chance to create flower headbands, or karneval krowns, and enjoy live performances of midsommar music and song. The fest is free and local families can simply drop in and take part during the weekend.
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June 17, 2022
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