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Property Prices In Wimbledon Continue To Hold Their Own
The SW19 property market is still out-performing other parts of London
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Wimbledon Parking Charge Hike Faces Further Scrutiny
Decision-making process for price hike to be reviewed after council vote
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Cutting Acute Services Risks Lives, Claim Campaigners
Keep Our St Helier Hospital Group say NHS plans should be reconsidered
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Wimbledon Students Celebrate Their A Level Triumphs
Local pupils perform above the national average as exam results are revealed
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Wimbledon Surgeon To Tackle Round The World Race For Charity
David Gateley to spend at least 33 days at on 70-foot yacht
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Merton Households Missing Out On Healthy Start Vouchers
Less than half of those eligible low-income families take up their entitlement
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Four Stabbings At Morden Park Music Festival
Residents say it was no surprise there were attacks at house and techno event
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New Water Refill Stations In Merton Are Welcomed
Topping up your water bottle will be easy - but only in some areas
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Wimbledon Park Bowlers Are Champions Of Surrey
Give it a go yourself with a taster bowls session
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Fare Dodging on 'Boris Buses' Cost TfL £3.6m in Last Year
Evasion rate on New Routemasters double that on network as a whole
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Former Wimbledon Fire Station Set Ablaze By Lightning Strike
Firefighters tackle blaze after direct strike during thunderstorm
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YMCA Unveils More Details Of Wimbledon Redevelopment Plans
Proposals are now online with comments invited
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Challenge To Council's Controversial Parking Charge Decision
Lib Dems ask for further scrutiny of plans to hike parking costs in Wimbledon
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Wimbledon Firms Make Final Of Merton's Best Business Awards
Record number of entries for Merton Chamber of Commerce's annual event
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Reclaim Your Street And Let Children Play On Car Free Day
Merton Council is waiving fees for temporary street closures
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Opera Will Hit The Streets Of Wimbledon And Beyond In August
A street opera version of Die Fledermaus will be performed
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Wimbledon Resident Mary Celebrates Her Centenary In Style
Message from Roger Federer and telegram from the Queen
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New Ballot Backs Strike Action on South Western Railway
RMT Union to consider 'resounding' result and announce decision soon
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Young’s Pubs Raise Funds For Local Charity
Wimbledon-based stem4 received a cheque for more than £3,100
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Wimbledon Motorists To Pay More To Park Their Cars
Parking costs in some parts of Wimbledon are to rise to £4.50 an hour
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Five-Storey Flats Plan For South Wimbledon Is Criticised By Locals
Residents say the proposed scheme for neighbouring plots is "out of place"
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Campaigner Believes Wimbledon Police Station Could Be Saved
Met Police confirm review of Merton's operational requirements is underway
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 Calendar
Forthcoming Public Transport Disruption
Check here before travel for weekend engineering works
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Summer Holiday Roadworks Across Wimbledon
Check our list of current and forthcoming local works
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Rep Season At New Wimbledon Theatre
Six actors in four dramas
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Wimbledon Guild Waggy Walk Is Coming Soon
Fundraising stroll across Wimbledon Common returns for second year
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Free Films In Wimbledon
Part of Film Merton festival
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Polka events at Morden Hall
Birthday celebrations
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Bridge Classes For Youngsters
Summer tuition in Wimbledon
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Wimbledon Park, Then And Now
A history of Capability Brown’s Wimbledon Park
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Jah Wobble In Wimbledon
Free weekly jam sessions in the library
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Bradley Wiggins Will Be In Town
On stage at New Wimbledon Theatre
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Review: Rock Of Ages
Two Kevins surprise at New Wimbledon Theatre
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Rocky Horror Comes To Town
New Wimbledon Theatre review
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Fame Is Living Forever
Review: New Wimbledon Theatre
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Adult Puppet Fun In SW19
Avenue Q review
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FilmMerton Launches With Celebration Of Culture In Wimbledon
New Wimbledon Theatre hosts the start of 2019 film festival
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 Leisure
Designer Babies: Fact or Myth?
Concept Fertility Clinic considers this subject
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Vital Comeback For Dons
Wimbledon RFC: Match report v Hertford
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Hand In Hand Gets New Look
We review their food
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Review: Bar + Block
New restaurant on The Broadway
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New Look For Bills
We check out their transformation
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Restaurant review
Indian flair at Chakra
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Swan Lake Is 'Mesmerising'
Matthew Bourne's show visits New Wimbledon Theatre
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We Check Revamped Riverside Young's Pub
The Duke's Head in Putney
 Property
Wimbledon Property Market Continues To Out-Perform Capital Prices
Prices paid for SW19 homes show another year-on-year increase
 Community
Wimbledon Foundation Helps Local People Stay Active
The Get Set, Get Active Fund awards its annual grants
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Could You Help Local Children Become Confident Readers?
Learn to Love to Read is looking for volunteers from the Wimbledon area
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A New Look For WimbledonSW19.com
We have launched a significant upgrade of the site
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Fix My Wimbledon Street
Report problems such as potholes and uncollected rubbish in your local area
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