TurningCamdenOn.com increase the number of offers available with their popular Wedge discount card

(PRWEB UK) 14 March 2013

This week TurningCamdenOn.com have increased the number of deals to over 115 across Londons trendy Camden Town neighbourhood ensuring the area remains affordable for all in 2013. A large portion of the districts popular pubs, bars and eateries are signed up to the scheme, which aims to encourage Londoners to eat, drink and shop at local Camden establishments and support the areas famous eclectic offerings.

The Camden Town Wedge Card not only gets Camden-ites discounts and special offers to come of the most popular establishments but also keeps its users up-to-date on the most interesting, under-the-radar stuff happening in Camden Town. Despite the ever-increasing popularity of the area, it is hoped that the Camden Town Wedge Card will keep the area affordable for all. Additionally the scheme aims to support the efforts to ensure Camden Towns business community is thriving and remains one of the most unique and interesting corners of the capital.

TurningCamdenOn.com additionally released an iPhone app earlier last year, which displays all Wedge Card discount offers and displays their location using Google Maps making them easy to find. A large number and variety of local restaurants are signed up to the scheme including everything from traditional British pub food to a wide array of international eating options. So far 27 bars and pubs are currently advertising promotional offers through Wedge including the famous Proud Camden, located in a 200 year old Grade II Listed Building, and the Dublin Castle, considered a Launchpad for many musical acts to fame. It has seen top bands play such as Arctic Monkeys, Madness and Travis.

However a whole host of other local businesses offering a wider variety of services are also part of the scheme including hairdressers, drycleaners, massage clinics and arts & crafts shops that displays the best Camden Town has to offer. Tourist attractions are also on offer such as walking tours around Camden and the Jewish Museum, which also runs a caf

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