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Simona Wilson

Simona specialises in Management and the international marketing and development of the company. Supervising translation of websites in foreign languages and taking care of the incoming UK corporate venues department.

She prioritises the company ongoing developments, evaluates programmes, discuss with the team whether would be good for the company to go ahead with the result of a consultation and recommends updates for the benefit of clients.

Email her for current choice of the Best London Events:


For the visitor who likes to be entertained in a variety of ways:

Mid June Royal Ascot is back again! This most fantastic sporting and social event, is in all respects, full of British traditions, style and the horseracing is of the most outstanding quality. The surrounding countryside is spettacular and the fashon is stunning. The only place where elegance and eccentricity reach a feverish climax. The week of the year when popularity rises above language and social barriers. Royal Ascot is the world's most famous race meeting, steeped in history dating back to 1711. Ascot Racecourse return to its Berkshire home from Tuesday to Saturday. The official opening of the refurbished racecourse will take place on the first day of the Royal Ascot Meeting.


Events: Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle, sometimes on alternate days and weather permitting.

January Spanish word for elation and jubilation, Alegria is the show at the Royal Albert Hall from the fantastic Cirque du Soleil. An international cast, the show unfolds in a baroque, operatic style with elaborate sets, dazzling costumes and with movements, colour to celebrate life, strength and human spirit.

February: England V Wales Rugby - France V Ireland

February: regular exhibitions will look at why artists are drawn to London, what they produced there, and how their art changed.

April: Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race. An event which dates back to 1829.

April: London Marathon

May: Royal Windsor Horse Show

May Royal Chelsea Flower Show. This event attracts the world's most talented garden designers and show gardens are very creative displaying thousands of plants. The smaller gardens are split into three different categories - the stylish and bold chic gardens, courtyard gardens, which are for rural or semi-rural settings and city gardens, for urban spaces. The exhibitors prepare for the show for months in advance, nurturing and preening plants, moving them from hot to cold temperatures and even wrapping blooms in cotton wool, to make sure they are at their very best for the event and the visitor is never disappointed in spite of the relatively small space available.

June: Royal Ascot week and Queen's Cup Polo at the Guards Club, Windsor. The exclusive Guard's Polo Club opens its doors to polo's finest. The Queen's Cup is played in the surrounds of Windsor Great Park and is the highest handicap league competition in the UK.

June: The Queen's Birthday Parade. "The Trooping the Colour" this ceremony is a parade of music and pageantry in celebration of the Queens Birthday.

June "The Knollys Red Rose Rent". Feast of John the Baptist, since 1381, one red rose is plucked from Seething Lane and presented to the Lord Mayor on the altar of All Hallows by the Tower. The Rent of one Rose is paid in recognition of Sir Robert Knollys who built an unauthorized foot bridge across Seething Lane.

July: Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Organised by the RHS in these historically designed gardens and around many acres of Hampton Court Palace parklands.

June: Queen's Official Birthday Gun Salute. It marks The Queen's official birthday: the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery Fires a 41-gun salute in Green Park and the Honorable Artillery Company fires a 62-gun salute at the Tower of London.

June - July: Winbledon International Tennis Championship is the world's most prestigious tennis tournament and one of the greatest sporting and social event in the British calendar. players enjoy the glamour as much as the spectators.

July: last Monday "Swan Upping" Since Medieval times 2 Livery Companies and the Crown have the right to keep swans on the River Thames. Every year 6 wooden Skiffs pass along the River Thames, through Marlow Lock to mark the cygnets.

June - July Henley on Thames Royal Regatta. Situated near the Old Bridge, one of the most beautiful spots at Henley. An ideal setting to watch the rowing and enjoy the unique atmosphere sipping Pimms and enjoy the green countryside. The riverbanks are lined with clubs and bars and men wear traditional blazers and straw hats.

July: The British Motor Show. NEW interactive experiences and more NEW and exciting cars than you'll find anywhere else in the UK. There is only one UK Motor Show: The British International Motor Show is a state-of-the-art Show, the ultimate day out for everyone who drives a car or on the look out for a holiday in London with friends or family at the start of the summer holidays. You will be in the driving seat to see the top new models from the leading car manufacturers. A host of exciting interactive motoring experiences in a glamorous atmosphere. BOOK with us now for tickets, hotel, airport transfer, tours and all related services you require:

July/August: Doggett's Coat and Badge Race, in 1715 Irish Actor Thomas Dogett held a rowing race from London Bridge upstream to Albert Bridge commemorating the crowning of George I. The prize.A scarlet livery and a silver badge of the Horse of Hanover worn on the left elbow.

August: Cricket at the Oval.

September: Election of the Lord Mayor selected from the City Corporation Aldermen. Every year since 1546 a new Lord Mayor is selected at the annual Meeting in The Guildhall. A colorful procession nearly 800 years old, the Lord Mayor must make his way to the Royal courts of justice to pledge his allegiance to the Crown

October: "Quit-Rents" it is said that this Ceremony dates back to Domesdays. The City Solicitor pays one of the Queens Officers a token for the rent of properties leased long ago. For Shropshire two faggots of wood, a bill hook and a hatchet, and for the Forge in the Strand, 61 Nails and six horseshoes.

October: Trafalgar Parade and Service (Sunday) In honor of Admiral Nelson's Victory at Trafalgar in 1805, wreaths are laid at the foot of Nelson's Column in Trafalgar Square.

November: Remembrance Day Service and Parade at the Cenotaph.

November RAC Veteran Car Run (1st Sunday) "Red Flag" laws made it illegal to carry Revolutionary Banners. In 1905 a ceremony, including a procession of vehicles built before 1905, honors the repeal of this "Red Flag" law.

November: The State Opening of Parliament

DECEMBER : Festival of St. Cecilia on the Last Sunday of the Liturgical year. of Christ the King, St. Cecilia, the patron saint of music, is remembered with organ and choral music at St Sepulchre's Church.

December: Trafalgar Square Carols sang for charity around the Christmas Tree. Every Christmas the city of Oslo, Norway presents a tree in thanks of Britain's help in World War II.

DECEMBER The Queen's Christmas Message to the Commonwealth, broadcast on television and radio.