What Do You Love Best - London East Or West?

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What Do You Love Best - London East Or West?

This is a sponsored post on behalf of Westfield.

To celebrate London 2012 and share stories of an amazing summer across the capital, Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City are going head to head in a battle of East vs West.

From the landmarks to the people, East and West London each have their own unique energy and style. This summer, a competition between 'Team East' and 'Team West' will generate a healthy rivalry between the two sides of London while showcasing the best of the city and you can win prizes by taking part.

So, are you Team East or Team West?

Make your choice and sign up to your side. The aim of the game is for each team to score points throughout the summer — note that East London is in the lead already. Get involved and influence the result by signing up and sharing your #iwasthere stories. For example, when Team GB score their first gold medal, where will you be? Tweet, Facebook and Instagram to play — just make sure you tag your pictures, tweets and videos #iwasthere and #east or #west.

There are weekly prizes of Westfield gift cards for each team's ‘Star Players’ - the ones who post the best content (with a Grand Prize Winner selected to win a £500 Westfield Shopping Spree), plus lots of lovely London 2012 and Team GB goodies to give away. In September, the points will be tallied up and the winning team will receive up to 50 x £500 Visa prepaid cards to spend at Westfield, allocated randomly to registered team members.

Wherever you are, whatever you’re doing, show your allegiance and share your story by signing up and backing Team East or Team West.

Last Updated 30 July 2012

Frankie

"Londonist recently scientifically proved that South London is best"

This could soon be a reference to "Westfield South", the company's attempt to build a third Westfield in London, this one in Croydon.

A battle is currently being fought against Hammerson, which wants to develop the same site. Both shopping centre companies want to spend about £1-billion - effectively the SAME £1-billion.