Hotdogs will be served at the Danish YWCA during the Olympics.
Danish YWCAThe garden at The Danish YWCA in London will be open every day during the Olympics. You can relax in the 'Denmark coloured' deck chairs, use free wi-fi and meet other Danes who need a break from the hustle and bustle of the London Olympics. It will be possible to buy hot-dogs, Cocio, Danish candy and of course Danish beer from a traditional Danish hotdog van.
The Danish YWCA is located a 3 minute walk from Finchley Road tube station (Jubilee Line and Metropolitan Line) and near all the Olympic venues in north-west London.The Garden Lounge will be open every day during the Olympics from 17.00 till 20.00 hours.The Danish YWCA43 Maresfield GardensLondon NW3 5TFTlf.: 020.7435.7232E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb: www.kfuk.co.uk/
Fans are invited to celebrate Olympic succeses at the Danish Church.
The Danish Church
The Olympic cafe will be open every day from 10 am - 8 pm.
From 12 am - 2 pm and 4 pm - 8 pm you can buy food and drinks. The TV is on for the entire Olympics to keep you updated on the most important events and results.You will meet a lot of Danish sport enthusiasts.
Nordic Service & Olympic Games ServiceSunday 29 July at 3 pm you can come for a joint Nordic service at the Southwalk Cathedral. Finns, Norwegians, Swedes and Danes gather for the Evensong held at the Cathedral.
Sunday 5 August at 11 pm we have our Olympic Games service at The Danish Church in London. We hope to see not only the congregation but also visitors coming for the Games. Seminar on the Olympics and sustainability London 2012 will be the most sustainable Olympics ever. The Danish engineer Dr Dorte Rich Jørgensen is 'sustainability boss' at Atkins Ltd, who has been advising on the establishment of the Olympic Park. Come to the Church’s café on Thursday 2 August 7.30 pm and hear her thoughts on sustainability and the Olympics. The event is organised by the Church and the Danish Embassy in London.
The Danish Church4 St Katharine's PrecinctLondon NW1 4HHTel. 020 7935 7584E-mail: email@example.com