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One New Change

One New Change is Londons’ premier shopping centre in the heart of the city.

There are hundreds of shops to browse, cuisines to taste and things to do.

Every Friday there is a foodmarkt from 10am till 3pm.

Also it is one of the best places to take a great picture of St. Paul’s Cathedral, between the glass walls and on the free accesible rooftop.

Other nice shopping centres are: Westfield London, Westfield Stratford City, ICON Outlet at the O2, Broadway Shopping Centre and Angel Central Shopping Centre.

Opening Hours

Monday – Wednessday: 10am – 6pm

Thursday – Friday: 10am – 8pm

Saturday: 10am – 6pm

Sunday: 12pm – 6pm

How to get there

St. Pauls, Bank, Mansion House
4, 76
Cheapside, Godliman Street, Newgate Street
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