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LATEST - Local Borough Police Forces To Be Scrapped In Radical Shake-Up
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Join The First Ever Woof Cancer Day In Wimbledon
Family and four legged fundraiser for Cancer Research UK
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Joe Pigott Scores Late Winner For AFC Wimbledon
His injury-time goal is a boost for relegation-threatened Dons
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Neutrality Of Wimbledon And Putney Commons Conservators Reconfirmed
By the Returning Officer, Mike Rappolt as election of the WPCC deadline approaches
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Train Derailment Caused By Unmaintained Track At Wimbledon
Confusion over responsibility left line unchecked for many years
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New Timetable Promises Extra Trams For Wimbledon
Revised timings should also reduce overcrowding and waiting times
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Merton Marks Centenary Of The First Women To Vote
Suffragettes held regular meetings on Wimbledon Common
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Moped-Related Crimes Are On The Increase In Merton
Last summer there were 15 recorded offences each month
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More Summer Northern Line Tubes In SW19
But trains will not stop at Kennington during planned works
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Wimbledon and Putney Commons Conservators' February Update
Reports from the final meeting of the existing WPCC board
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Hedgehogs Are In Rural Decline
But there's a more positive outlook for urban areas and you can help
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WPCC Refutes 'Unfounded Allegations'
Board accuses electoral candidate of 'misleading claims'
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Ballot Papers Sent Out for Conservators' Election
66,000 residents should have received Wimbledon & Putney Commons election forms
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Legal Bid Mounted Against London Police Station Closure Plans
Wimbledon's Queens Road station is on the sell-off list
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Wimbledon Guild Village Fair Has Been Cancelled For 2018
Bid to save popular event by uniting local organisations
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Polka Theatre's Executive Director Is To Retire
Stephen Midlane has worked at Wimbledon's children's theatre for 40 years
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Wandsworth Prison Abscondee May Be In The Area
Stephen Graham failed to return after being released under licence
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MP Drops In For Coffee At Southfields Library
Justine Greening meets staff raising money for Cancer Research UK
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Tories Hatch Plan To Save Wimbledon Police Station
Meeting to discuss proposals for council to buy the Queens Road facility
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Merton Police Constable Is Dismissed
She has committed gross misconduct, hearing finds
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Donate Your Winter Fuel Payment To Those In More Need
Wimbledon Guild launches its annual Winter Fuel Appeal
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Merton's State Schools Are Top In England
Borough's schools best performing for GCSEs and A levels
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New Wimbledon Hotel Would 'Devastate' Lives Of Local Residents
Letter to the Editor on Bank Buildings "redevelopment" plans
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New 94-Bed Hotel And Shops Plan For Wimbledon Town Centre Is Unveiled
Developers reveals full details at a public exhibition
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Kingston Road Post Office Suddenly Closes Down
No warning of closure with nearest alternative in Wimbledon town centre
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Development Plans For Historic Wimbledon Pub Site
Proposals for 44 flats and commercial units on landmark corner
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Previously On WimbledonSW19.com
Catch up on all the news from Wimbledon
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John Parnham Children's Fun Fairs
Kidz Kingdom at Eelbrook Common and Parson's Green
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Introducing Peach
An app that matches Londoners looking to get fit with a highly-skilled, curated team of trainers
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Free Junior Bridge
Coaching for young people at Wimbledon Bridge Club
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Polka Theatre What's On
Check here for listings
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Colliers Wood Library
Community Open Day
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SW19 Consultation On Heathrow Expansion
February 27: Hear more
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Jigsaw Players Event
March Wimbledon concert
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Spring Sing With Albo
March 17: Family fun at Merton Abbey Mills
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World-Ranking Squash At The Wimbledon Club
Tournament is March 18-23
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Comic Ed Byrne In Wimbledon
April 21: Spoiler Alert
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Mini Bridge Sessions
Free Wimbledon lessons for young people from April
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Jack And The Beanstalk
Review: Wimbledon panto
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Son Of A Preacher Man
Review: One for Dusty fans
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Spamalot Review
New Wimbledon Theatre
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Review: "Puppetry Of The P*nis" At New Wimbledon Theatre
Our reviewer enjoys a "relatively tasteful" evening of great hilarity
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Have The Time Of Your Life At Dirty Dancing
Anne Flaherty enjoyed the Wimbledon theatre show
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Review: Brecht Revival Doesn't Disappoint
The Good Person of Szechwan
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"The Hoff" In Wimbledon
Review: 'Last Night A DJ Saved My Life'
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Wimbledon Weather Latest
Check the 10-day forecast
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SW19 Listings Calendar
Click here for a busy diary of events around Wimbledon
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Live SW19 Travel Updates
Tubes, trains, trams & roads
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 Leisure
The Hurlingham Club Recruitment Evening
Join the team this summer, and have an EPIC time
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West London Kitchens
Real kitchens for real families
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Predictable Dons' Defeat
Plymouth v Wimbledon
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Dons Win In Style
Wimbledon v Redruth
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Cilla - The Musical
Wimbledon show review
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'Death Of Ivan Ilyich'
Merton Arts Space review
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Flashdance The Musical
Review from Wimbledon
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SW19 Theatre Review
Tenderly, The Rosemary Clooney Musical
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Tara Theatre Review
Octopus: Timely comedy
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La Cage Aux Folles
Our review from the New Wimbledon Theatre
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An SW19 Sunny Afternoon
We review Kinks' show
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Mesmerising Cathy Tyson
Review: Tara Theatre
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Review: Sister Act
"Uplifting" musical comedy
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Buddy Holly Story
Review: A "rocking" show
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Farewell From Vincent And Flavia
The Last Tango In Wimbledon
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Fun With Gangsta Granny
At New Wimbledon Theatre
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Sound Of Music On Tour
"Thoroughly enjoyable show"
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That's Entertainment
At New Wimbledon Theatre
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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at New Wimbledon Theatre
Forget your cares for a while
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Review: Horrible Histories - Incredible Invaders
History served up at New Wimbledon Theatre
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Kick Off Your Shoes
Review: Footloose in SW19
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Review: Save The Last Dance For Me
Great music and songs
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Chicago Comes To SW19
Review: An "energetic" show
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Review: The Tiger's Bones
At the Polka Theatre
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The Jolly Gardeners: Worth An Earlsfield Visit
Review: Masterchef winner tantalises our tastebuds
 Property
Wimbledon runner-up in UK mortgage survey
More mortgage borrowing in SW19 than Newcastle
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Average Wimbledon Home Price Reaches New High
Market shift from flats to houses boosts level to record
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Fraudster's Home For Sale
Part-completed Wimbledon house was up for £3.75m
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We Pinpoint SW19's Most Costly House Sales
Spending £6m won't even get you in the Top Twenty!
 Community
Looking For A Local Job?
Employment opportunities in the Wimbledon area
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Fix My Wimbledon Street
Report problems such as potholes and uncollected rubbish in your local area
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