As part of a PR stunt for a new Harry Potter based movie, there will be a row of giant wizard wands lining one of the approaches to St Paul’s Cathedral next month.

Nine giant wands, standing 15 feet tall will line the route from the wobbly bridge (as destroyed in a Harry Potter movie) to the Cathedral.

Nine wands means five on one side and four on the other — the remaining space being occupied by a sign promoting the film instead.

The wands are also an awareness campaign for J.K. Rowling’s charity Lumos, whose mission is to end the institutionalisation of children around the world.

The wands will be lit up every night at 6:45pm from 18th October to 12th November.

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3 comments on “Harry Potter wands to light the approach to St Paul’s Cathedral
  1. c_q says:

    this sounds wanderful

  2. Kate Hitchens says:

    This looks amazing I will have to visit!

  3. J.Slee says:

    Going to London oct.26 looking forward to seeing the Harry Potter wands. Should be fab.

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