The Village has a blend of chic shops, cafes and bars set amongst handsome period buildings and open spaces making Wimbledon Village unique in London. There is something for everyone in Wimbledon Village. Those of us who work or live here appreciate what a special place this is. Let our web site tempt you to visit, and enjoy, our Village.

Health and Beauty- relax in beauty shops and salons.

Shopping & Attractions- from day to day essentials to haute couture, jewellery, books, fine art and antiques.

Food, Restaurants & Bars- sample international cuisine, relax over a coffee, visit a traditional pub or a wine bar

Business and Services  for Schools, essential and professional services of every sort.

Activities & Leisure enjoy the open space of the common and a wide range of activities in the village centre.

Tennis World Record Attempt - Countdown and Fundraising

The Countdown to the event is on with dates for your diary.  Mike Mitchell from Hemingways Bar is organising a series of events and is looking for offers of raffle prizes.

He is aiming to reach a target of £50k for the charities he will be supporting.

The Hemingways Fundraiser will be on 30th April so read on for more information.

Wimbledon Guild Village Fair - Saturday 27 June 2015

27th June 2015
10.30am - 5.30pm
Wimbledon Common Southside

The Wimbledon Guild Village Fair, The Wimbledon Guild’s biggest annual community and fundraising event, attracts thousands of people every year. It’s the largest free, outdoor event in South London, and visitors enjoy a huge variety of entertainment. Highlights include the Horse Show, the Fun Dog Show, hundreds of arts and crafts stalls, delicious food villages boasting food from around the globe, a hand-selected farmers market, live entertainment and family fun.

Mike Mitchell hopes to Ace Tennis World Record Attempt for Charity

Mike Mitchell from Wimbledon hopes to ace tennis world record while raising funds for charity


A Wimbledon bar manager is attempting to out-do Andy Murray after being inspired by his 2013 Wimbledon Championship win, and it’s all in the name of charity.


Mike Mitchell, 35, who manages Hemingway’s Bar in Wimbledon Village, will attempt to break the world record for the number of consecutive three-set singles tennis matches played over a 72-hour period. Mike is raising funds for the NSPCC, Tennis for Free and Elena Baltacha Foundation benefitting Royal Marsden Cancer Research.

 

To sponsor Mike, visit http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/Wimbledontennismarathon
www.wimbledontennismarathon.com