Summer is in full swing at Grand Union, a development delivered by St George, proud member of the Berkeley Group, which is welcoming Londoners to get their popcorn at the ready and visit the new canalside neighbourhood for a series of cinema screenings and Wimbledon fun throughout July.
Whether it’s watching Wimbledon or sitting back and enjoying Disney classics with the family, there’s something for everyone this summer at Grand Union.
Just bring a picnic blanket, and your favourite cinema snacks - or arrive early to secure a deck chair – and escape the city for some fun, free and family-friendly screenings at the picturesque, canalside location of the Grand Union piazza.
Alongside Andy Murray’s aces, Grand Union Community Hub café will be serving gelato, cinema snacks and Pimms each weekend of Wimbledon, keeping you stocked up whilst you enjoy your time with friends and family.
Running from Monday 3rd July to Sunday 16th July, there will be daily screenings of Wimbledon - the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world, alongside screenings of family favourites including Encanto, Moana and Toy Story 4.
Wimbledon is being screened daily from midday over the next two weeks, with a second serve-ing of films airing between 5pm - 7pm on Fridays and 1pm – 3pm Saturdays.
The screening schedule is:
Friday 7th July: Encanto
Saturday 8th July: Aladdin
Friday 14th July: Toy Story 4
Saturday 15th July: Moana
Stonebridge Park and Alperton stations are a short stroll from Grand Union, offering direct links into central London via the overground & Bakerloo line, and Piccadilly line, respectively.
In addition to the cinema screenings, this summer Grand Union is hosting "YOU. ME. YOU. BYGONE. CONTEMPORARY. HEREAFTER”, a solo art exhibition featuring the exceptional works of local artist JennyBMArtist, which will run from 13th July to 26th August. An inaugural event, the exhibition will not only celebrate the immense talent of local artists but also highlights the rich diversity of the community at Grand Union.
Set to become an all-encompassing canalside neighbourhood, Grand Union will be home to restaurants, a supermarket, coffee shops, an Anytime Fitness gym, medical centre, canalside piazza, a nursery, Community Hub, co-working space and social activities including a bowling alley, indoor screening room and paddleboarding on the canal.
A number of three-bedroom apartments are available to move into now, with prices starting from £780,000. The one-bedroom apartments in Waterview House currently start from £460,000, while the two-bedroom homes are available from £705,000.