International Women’s Day 2020 at Courage Yard, this Friday!
This Friday, Courage Yard is collaborating with World Book Day and International Women’s Day to do something a bit different.
For the last two weeks, they asked their followers to tell them the book that they feel best represents International Women’s Day. On Friday 6th, they will hide the top 10 voted books in and around Courage Yard, for you to find and keep!
Thursday 5th March is World Book Day and Sunday 8th March marks International Women’s Day. In the process, Courage Yard is inviting everyone to discover a new favourite book, and learn more about a gender equal world, considering the 2020 theme of “an equal world is an enabled world”.
On Friday 6th March, there will be a special event taking place in the stunning setting of Shad Thames, just a stones throw from Tower Bridge and one of the must visit to explore South of the river.
Here’s the fun part.
Once they know your favourite books, they are going to hide the top 10 voted books from their survey at Courage Yard On Friday 6th March. They will hide them in a number of places, for finders to discover, and keep! This way, the Courage Yard team are sharing the joy of International Women’s Day by letting finders discover their new favourite book, and learn more about creating a gender equal world.
So join us this International Women’s Day at Courage Yard. You can let Courage Yard know your favourite book here!
About Courage Yard, Shad Thames
Courage Yard is just a 5-10 minute walk from London Bridge or Tower Hill tube stops
Courage Yard is nestled on Shad Thames next to Tower Bridge, with its large open square and fountain, this hidden gem is a great place to chill out and escape the hustle and bustle of central London. Courage Yard is home to Italian hotspot, Caffe Paradiso, Starbucks Reserve, the Watch House and Sami’s deli so you can stop off for a quick drink or a spot of lunch.
For more information visit courageyard.com or follow us on social @CourageYard
Disclaimer: WISE16 publish public notices from London Borough of Southwark with the aim to encourage participation. Please visit Southwark Council’s website for further in