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Wren Partner Products

You can support St James’s by buying our special edition partner products

St James’s Gin

We hope you enjoy this gin, which has been created in support of the historic St James’s Church Piccadilly in the St James’s area of London. Centred around the 17th century Wren church, the parish has long been the home of artists, visionaries, thinkers, and creatives. Your support is essential in the innovative work St James’s does today, bringing people together in social outreach, drop-in counselling, prison education projects. We know that spiritual sustenance comes in many forms: we hope you enjoy this one.

£12 from the sale of each bottle will go directly to St James’s, Charity No. 1133048

St James’s 1684 Gin is 40% vol.

St James’s 1684 Fragrance

This exclusive fragrance has been developed by St James’s neighbours, the historic chemist and perfumer D.R. Harris & Co. to mark the participation of St James’s in the RHS Chelsea Flower Show this year and in support of The Wren Project.

The unisex scent features roses, primroses and pears, inspired by Grinling Gibbons’ carved reredos behind the altar at St James’s. A bespoke label has been created by London-based designer Sophie Dunster.

50% from the sale of each bottle will go directly to St James’s Wren Project fundraising campaign, Charity No. 1133048.

Imagine the World to be Different print

This limited edition print brings together art, history and nature. It has been created by Luke Adam Hawker in support of The Wren Project, helping to raise funds for the restoration of St James’s church and garden.

Inspired by the magnificent magnolia tree within the church grounds, this bespoke drawing captures the beauty of nature amidst the church’s interior, designed by Sir Christopher Wren. With a print run of only 100, don’t miss out on the chance to own one of these special Giclée prints created by Luke.

50% of all special edition print sales will go directly to St James’s Wren Project fundraising campaign, Charity No. 1133048.