Marylebone Village welcomes brand-new 'The Elm Leaf' installation

We’re excited to unveil a brand-new installation based on Marylebone Village’s emblem ‘The Elm Leaf’. Located at the south end of Marylebone Lane by the junction of Wigmore Street, the installation celebrates Marylebone Village’s heritage and marks the entrance to the village.

‘The Elm Leaf’ installation is inspired by the oldest surviving Elm tree in London, located on Marylebone High Street, having survived World War II and the Elm tree disease in the 1970s. The installation is fully recyclable, and has been specially designed to feature a green Elm leaf embossed with ‘Marylebone Village’ in gold to symbolise the village’s rich history and deep-rooted connection between the village and its iconic Elm tree. For those eager to immerse themselves in Marylebone Village's atmospheric charm, a visit to witness this eye-catching installation firsthand is a must.

Marylebone Village will be celebrating the installation launch in many ways over the next few months…

  • Meet the award-winning restaurateurs and retail founders from the village's distinct community, who will be talking to BBC Broadcaster and local resident Jo Good about their brand and running a series of in-store promotions for a limited-time only
  • Head to selected hotels and shops in the village to pick up commemorative postcards with a beautiful illustration of The Elm Leaf to send to loved ones
  • Join the series of engaging walking tours exploring the architecture and rich heritage of the urban village

Follow @marylebonevillage on Instagram to keep an eye out for founder Q&As with Jo Good, retailer promotions and the release of walking tour dates.

Make sure to tag #MaryleboneVillageElmLeaf in your Instagram posts.