Glasgow’s Royal Exchange Square will be transformed into a pop-up urban garden tea house later this month, with the launch of John Lewis’ ‘Tea on The Green’.
As the Official Department Store Provider of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, John Lewis has created a space where members of the public can enjoy complimentary afternoon tea whilst enjoying the sporting action on a big screen.
The venue will also showcase two Commonwealth Games inspired art installations, which depict a high jumper and a cyclist, made entirely out of everyday household items.
Lindsay Ironside, operations manager of John Lewis Glasgow, said: “At John Lewis we always aim to bring unique and enjoyable experiences to our customers and ‘Tea on The Green’ will allow customers in the city centre to soak up the spirit of the Games. We are hugely honoured to be a part of the Commonwealth Games and want to celebrate by bringing something really special to the people of Glasgow. ‘Tea on the Green’ is the perfect place to soak up the sporting atmosphere and create long-lasting summertime memories with family and friends.”
Tea on The Green will be open daily from July 24 to August 3.