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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Support Wimbledon Guild whilst having labrad-oodles of fun with your canine companion, family and friends. Though no pet is no problem! You can join the event with or without a dog - dogs go FREE! Walk either the 4km or 7km route through picturesque Wimbledon Common Receive a pet goody bag from luxury pet shop, Pet Pavilion and additional goodies from local estate agent John D Wood Enjoy pre-walk drinks and snacks at the award-winning Hand in Hand pub Look…Find out more »
An Art Society Lecture with Simon Seligman. Born into a humble farming family, Joseph Paxton was one of the most inventive and influential figures of the 19th century; his most famous masterwork, the Crystal Palace of 1851, is considered by significant contemporary architects to be the birth of modern architecture. This lecture celebrates Paxton’s life and achievements and how he left his mark on Victorian Britain.Find out more »
Trees have long been a symbol of life, death and rebirth. Explore trees connection with death and the afterlife with expert tree guide, Greg Packman.Find out more »