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Fireworks can be exciting magical to us humans, but not all of our furry friends are accustomed to loud noises. If your pet is anxious around loud noises, it's time to act now.
With the Summer months upon us Kydd & Kydd, a long-established Veterinary Health Centre in Wimbledon, have put together an easy-to-follow guide of the ‘Do’s and Don’ts’ with your pets to ensure their continued health and safety.
To Pre-Nup or not to Pre-Nup? Here’s some invaluable advice – and pointers – from Wimbledon firm TWM Solicitors on pre-nuptial agreements.
STEM4, the Wimbledon-based charity which supports teenagers, their families, friends and schools in identifying and dealing with teenage mental health issues, is pleased to announce it has been awarded £6,500 from the Esling Legacy, administered by Holy Trinity Church, Wimbledon.
Have you seen this piece of Graffiti art in Wimbledon? what other pieces are there in the local area?
I smell a rat!
I smell a rat!
Visit any high street DIY store and you will see an impressive range of vermin repellent products giving you an indication of a booming market and problem every building surveyor and property manager needs to be acutely aware of.
Merton Council is urging parents to check their children have had the MMR vaccination, following the outbreak of measles in south Wales.
Yes, that's right, Merton Council is giving a much needed and most welcome boost to both shoppers and shopkeepers this Christmas by providing free parking in selected car parks across Wimbledon and Merton.
With the ever popular fireworks displays on bonfire night in Wimbledon and Merton rapidly approaching, this feature has very kindly been submitted by the London Fire brigade with our safety in mind.
If you are going to become a teacher of English – or if you are already a teacher – you know that it is not enough to be able to speak and write English well. You also need to know how English works, and to be able to give explanations and to answer learners’ questions. Then a new three-volume publication will certainly guide you along the way. This article is submitted by Alan Marsh, a greatly experienced Director of Studies and a Director of Teacher Training in various educational institutions.
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