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Online shopping is all very well and good, but if you’re looking for a seasonal something that doesn’t pop up in an Amazon search, a Christmas market is a great place to visit.
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.
This Christmas 2012 the New Wimbledon Theatre follow in their tradition of ground-breaking pantomime casting by announcing the biggest and most exciting line-up to date for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, with Priscilla Presley as The Wicked Queen.
The suburbs are battling back against the rising tide of high street closures — with Raynes Park, a south-west London neighbourhood, at the forefront.
Two of London's most popular fireworks displays on Bonfire Night 2012 will take place in Wimbledon Park and Morden Park on 3rd and 4th November.
Halloween is a holiday annually celebrated on 31 October. The word ‘Halloween’ derives from the term ‘All Hallows Eve’ as, historically, the 31 October is the day before All Saint’s Day. Find out more about Halloween in general and what you can do at Halloween 2012 in London in this informative piece.
Wimbledon Bookfest 2012 launched with a talk by Sir John Major – a former Rutlish school pupil - at The Polka Theatre on Saturday 29th September. This year the Festival will feature many speakers with local connections.
Wimbledon launches its first film festival 15 - 21 October 2012
Join the hunt for all kinds of second hand treasures at Wimbledon’s finest car-boot sale.
Fathers Day is nearly upon us and what a better way to say thank you to that 'special man in our lives' than by dedicating one day to him this year? After all without him we wouldn’t be here would we?
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