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Hatton Garden launches its first privilege scheme

02 Oct 2018

London’s historic diamond district, Hatton Garden, is launching its first privilege scheme in 400 years on Thursday (27 September 2018). Initiated by the Hatton Garden BID (Business Improvement District), The Garden Card will give local employees, visitors and residents alike access to exclusive offers from the myriad businesses who make Hatton Garden their home.

Individuals can register for The Garden Card free of charge at and enjoy opening offers from Anglo RestaurantBleeding Heart TavernBounce, Dynasty Jewels, Harmony Jewels, Holts Gems, Konditor & Cook, Mediterranean Food Bar, Regency Jewels, The Office Group, and Tresor Paris, with many more businesses set to join the scheme in the coming months.

Commenting on their decision to participate in The Garden Card, Holt Gems said, “We believe bringing local businesses together will create an exciting community feel and help Hatton Garden thrive as the go-to bespoke jewellery destination.”

BID Chairman, Gary Williams (Mastermelt Ltd), added, “The BID is working hard to create a brilliant future for Hatton Garden. The Garden Card is a fantastic opportunity for us to collaborate with the businesses we represent and to help engage even more people in all this peerless London gem has to offer.”

Local businesses wishing to be part of The Garden Card scheme should contact James Sackley, Hatton Garden BID Manager, at or on 020 3817 6293. 

For interviews, images or further information, please contact Sarah Jane Chapman at or on 020 7407 3343.

Notes to Editors

About Hatton GardenA short walk from Farringdon and Chancery Lane, London’s historic diamond district is now a bustling hub of independent retailers, artisan jewellers, creatives, restaurants, cafes and bars.

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