DIARY: Cake's ecclesiastical former HQ now caters for the homeless again

Cake's relocation from its former HQ in a converted west London church to a former print-house in W1 has been enthusiastically backed by senior account manager Kat Thomas.

Thomas, in the process of selling her Southfields flat, is pitching to move into the now-vacant Mission Hall, until she can find a new property for her and her boyfriend to buy.

Thomas, explaining that a property she was due to buy fell through, says: 'I'm facing the prospect of being homeless on completion of the sale.'

The agency, whose lease on the Mission Hall doesn't expire until next February, has offered Thomas the church's 'design annexe' (actually, a four-bedroom flat) on a rent-free basis to tide her over.

Cake plans to rent the Mission Hall out for exhibitions, but Thomas adds that she could even move into the Mission Hall itself, which would leave her with more than 3,000 square feet of space to relax in of an evening.

Alright for some.

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