The Caribbean island of Grenada has announced it will set up its Games headquarters, to be called The Olympic House, at the Arlington Conference Centre in Camden between 4-11 August.
The Olympic House, open to the public from 4pm-10pm daily, will promote Grenada through a programme of cultural activities, including art exhibitions and dance and calypso performances, as well as supporting its team of 10 athletes, which includes reigning 400-metre world champion Kirani James.
The centre, which can hold conferences for up to 200 people, is oowned by One Housing Group, a provider of affordable housing, care and support across London and the South East.
Her Excellency Ruth Elizabeth Rouse, high commissioner for Grenada, said: “It is a pleasure and a delight for us to host our Grenada House in Camden, home to many who are of Grenadian descent. We look forward to bringing the flavours of Grenada’s spice and rhythms.”