Welcome to Wimbledon Village
The blend of chic shops, cafes and bars, set amongst handsome period buildings and open spaces makes Wimbledon Village unique in London. And those of us who work or live here appreciate what a special place it is.
This website, managed by the Wimbledon Village Business Association, aims to give you a taste of all that we have to offer. Please take a look around. We hope it tempts you to visit and enjoy, our Village.
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Enjoy an evening of Christmas songs, drinks and mince pies raising funds to support the work of Wimbledon Guild. With performances from The Study Prep, Wimbledon and Bishop Gilpin Church of England Primary School Doors open 6.30pm. Service starts at 7pm with drinks and mince pies to follow. Tickets: Adult £12 /.Child (age 4-16) £5 / Family (2 adults & 2 children) £30Find out more »
Head to the Wimbledon Windmill for this annual carols sing-a-long, with hot chocolate, mulled cider and mince pies. Check out the WPCC website for timings and more details.Find out more »
Enjoy a sweet programme of traditional songs and sing along carols by candlelight at historic Southside House. General admission: £20 plus booking fee. Student concession tickets: £15 plus booking fee. Family tickets: £54 plus booking fee.Find out more »
This Arts Society Lecture with Mark Ovenden covers surprising attempts to create some graphic unity, even in the 1860s and 70s. The talk will look at Leslie Green's architecture, the Arts & Crafts movement, Frank Pick, Edward Johnston's typeface, Charles Holden's architecture and the Streamline Moderne/Art Deco movement leading us to today’s developments.Find out more »
Learn how to identify Cannizaro Park's trees from bark, branch and shaping with local arboriculturist, Greg Packman.Find out more »
The WVS Charity Ball at Cannizaro House, Wimbledon starts with a Champagne reception, followed by a superb three course meal, and rounded off with dancing until the early hours. Go on your own, with family and/or friends - you will be guaranteed to have a good time! The ball is held in aid of the Wimbledon and Putney Commons Conservators. More details to be released nearer the time.Find out more »