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A Gift From The Gods is based in Westferry, London, close to Canary Wharf and the River Thames. Here are some of the things we love about our neighbourhood.
Bora Aksu Beijing Store Grand Opening on 21st May 2016 at China World Mall

Bora Aksu Beijing Store Grand Opening on 21st May 2016 at China World Mall

The Sweeney, Nick Love's 2012 remake starring Ray Winstone, Plan B and Damian Lewis was filmed around Canary Wharf.

The Sweeney, Nick Love's 2012 remake starring Ray Winstone, Plan B and Damian Lewis was filmed around Canary Wharf.

Mark Fast, Canadian knitwear designer and Central Saint Martin's graduate who shows at London Fashion Week is based in Westferry, London

City print candle

Mark Fast, Canadian knitwear designer and Central Saint Martin's graduate who shows at London Fashion Week is based in Westferry, London

We have a new addition to The Wharf family as One Direction's Liam Payne becomes our latest famous resident. Not only does he top the music charts, it appears he also tops the beautiful skyscrapers - but we're not telling which one.

We have a new addition to The Wharf family as One Direction's Liam Payne becomes our latest famous resident. Not only does he top the music charts, it appears he also tops the beautiful skyscrapers - but we're not telling which one.

Poplar Dockside and the Limehouse Viaduct on 14 July 1987. The area today is know as Limehouse Marina. We often feed the ducks there.

Poplar Dockside and the Limehouse Viaduct on 14 July 1987. The area today is know as Limehouse Marina. We often feed the ducks there.

Canary Wharf before the skyscrapers. Front cover to the LDDC annual report 1986/87. Love this.

Canary Wharf before the skyscrapers. Front cover to the LDDC annual report 1986/87. Love this.

Mackenzie Moulton's 1984 "Gun Public House, Isle of Dogs". A wonderful pub in a wonderful location.

Mackenzie Moulton's 1984 "Gun Public House, Isle of Dogs". A wonderful pub in a wonderful location.

"Unloading tea-ships in the East India docks" from the Illustrated London News, 1867.

"Unloading tea-ships in the East India docks" from the Illustrated London News, 1867.

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