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Walk 4life (LBM)
Civic Centre
SM4 5DX
Morden
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Website

"<p>The Walk 4life programme aims to encourage and support elderly residents in Merton achieve a healthier and more independent lifestyle.</p>
<p>Walking is excellent exercise which nearly all of us can do at any time, at our own pace and its free! You don't need special equipment and ability and stamina can slowly increase. Its also a great way to make new friends and enjoy our local parks and open spaces.</p>
The Chief Medical Officer recommends that adults take 30 minutes of moderate activity on at least 5 days of the week. Brisk walking; when you breathe a little faster, feel a little warmer and have a slightly faster heartbeat is an ideal moderate intensity activity. (Walk England)
Merton's Walk 4life programme has set up walks in the Boroughs park and commons, and a full list is shown on the webpage. The walks are divided into 2 half hour sections so walk with us for as long as you want to. Merton's Leisure and Road Safety Team provide the walks which have been running for nearly 3 years with over 2,000 residents taking part. We walk in all weathers and there is no need to book, so please come along and join us!

For more information contact Charmaine Jacques Jacques on 020 8545 3206
Wandle Heritage
The Wheelhouse, Merton Abbey Mills
SW19 2RD
Wimbledon
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Website

Wandle Heritage Ltd is a group of volunteers registered as a charity and dedicated to the preservation, wildlife conservation and public promotion of the Wandle Valley in the London Boroughs of Merton, Croydon, Sutton and Wandsworth and the surrounding area; and specifically the management and upkeep of one of its major heritage attractions, the historic Wheelhouse with the pottery and working waterwheel at Merton Abbey Mills, which is open to the public every weekend throughout the year.

For more information contact Stephen Llewellyn at the address or email listed to the left.
Wandle Housing Association
2nd Floor, Minerva House
SE1 9BB
London
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Website

Local Housing Association providing housing and support. Housing includes low cost home ownership and property for rent. Most properties are let to referrals nominated from the local authority.

For more information contact the organisation, on 020 8682 1177
Wandle Industrial Museum
Vestry Hall Annexe
CR4 3UD
Mitcham
Email
Website

The museum works to preserve,store and interpret the heritage and history of the industries and people of the River Wandle.

For more information contact Mick Taylor at the address or email listed to the left.
Wandle Local Exchange Trading System (LETS)
3 Beaver Close
SM4 4NH
Morden
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Website

Promotes and facilitates for members, through events, newsletters, directory and online, the exchange of goods and services using local currency (non cash). Linked to Kingston LETS and Sutton LETS.

For more information contact Henry Evans at the address or email listed to the left.
Wandle Trust
PO Box 56545
SW18 9DY
Wandsworth
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Website

An environmental charity dedicated to the regeneration of the River Wandle. Activities include monthly river clean-ups, educating local children about their environment via its unique "Trout in the Classroom" project and managing regeneration schemes.

For more information contact Bella Davies at the address or email listed to the left.
Wandle Valley Community Centre
2 Budge Lane
CR4 4AZ
Mitcham
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Website

Community Centre hosts physical activities, educational, social groups or community events. Premises available to hire on a regular basis

For more information contact Carmen Theodoulou on 07736 167390
Wandle Valley Festival
107 Streathbourne Road
SW17 8RA
Tooting
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Website

The annual Wandle Valley Festival raises awareness and promotes enjoyment of the River Wandle and surrounding areas through ecology, heritage, arts, cycling and walking activities.

For more information contact Victoria Carroll at the address or email listed to the left.
Wandsworth Clinical Commissioning Group
73 Upper Richmond Rd
SW15 2SR
Putney
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Website

Clinical Commissioning Groups will be responsible for commissioning and designing local health services focused on delivering better outcomes and responding to the needs and wishes of patients.

For more information contact the organisation, at the address or email listed to the left.
WDP
7-8 Langdale Parade
CR4 2YS
London
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Website

We are the Substance Misuse team based in Merton, we support those with drug and alcohol issues

For more information contact Hayley Phillips on 0300 303 4610
Welcare in Bromley
c/o St Barnabas Church
BR5 2PU
Orpington
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Website

A family contact centre where families who are separated from their children can have contact with them in a neutral setting. Opening times are Tuesday 9.30am – 5.30pm, Wednesday 9.30am – 3pm, Thursday 9.30am – 4pm

For more information contact Barbara Wilson on 020 8466 0399
Well Youth Club
St. Lawrence Church
SM4 5QT
Morden
Email

Fridays 7.30 - 9.30pm term time. Open Club for 10-14 year olds; indoor games, tuck-shop. Several grand-parent leaders, also junior leaders (ex-members). Residential weekends for reliable members.

For more information contact Rev Les Wells at the address or email listed to the left.
West Barnes Library
Station Road
KT3 6JF
New Malden
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For more information contact the organisation, at the address or email listed to the left.
West Indian Families and Friends Association (WIFFA Ltd)
The Vestry Hall
CR4 3UD
Mitcham
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Website

Weekly quiz nights, educational and health seminars, fundraising activities. Planning, discussions on community issues at Taylor Road Centre. Members represent the organisation on various steering groups.

For more information contact Tony Sandiford at the address or email listed to the left.
West Wimbledon Primary School
Bodnant Gardens
SW20 0BZ
Raynes Park
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Website
For more information contact Carey Neil on 020 8946 1620
West Wimbledon Primary School - Treetops Base
Bodnant Gardens
SW20 0BZ
Raynes Park
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Website

Treetops Base has provision for 25 children aged 5-11 years. Treetops is part of West Wimbledon Primary and our children regularly access mainstream inclusion where appropriate. Treetops delivers an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) friendly curriculum which incorporates life skills and exercise eg swimming and horse riding into their weekly timetable. A speech and language therapist with a specialism in ASD is on site 2 days a week. Staff are trained in Treatment and Education of Autistic and related Communication handicapped CHildren (TEACCH) and Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS). Visits to the base are welcomed and staff do offer some outreach for parents and schools. Volunteers may be accepted to work with the pupils. The school uses the Structure, Positive (approaches and expectations), Empathy, Low arousal, Links (SPELL) framework and it is implicit in our curriculum and classroom management.

For more information contact Sadie Cawood on 020 8946 1620
West Wimbledon Society
Avenue Hall
SW20 0PQ
Wimbledon
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Website

Community space available for hire.

For more information contact Geoff Rees on 020 8241 8031
Wide Way Medical Centre
15 Wide Way
CR4 1BP
Mitcham
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Website

GP Surgery

For more information contact Mariam Ganesaratnam on 020 8623 1300
William Morris Primary School
Recreation Way
CR4 1BP
Mitcham
Email
Website
For more information contact the organisation, on 020 8764 9765
Wimbledon Almshouses Residents' Association
40 Camp Road
SW19 4UN
Wimbledon
For more information contact The Manager at the address or email listed to the left.
Wimbledon and District Korean Baptist Church
c/o Christ Church West Wimbledon
SW20 0HG
Wimbledon
Email

Services are held weekly.

For more information contact Rev Doo Hyeong Ha on 020 8643 0856
Wimbledon and District Synagogue
1 Queensmere Road
SW19 5QD
Wimbledon
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Website

Wimbledon and District Synagogue believe it is extremely important to engage with the local community. They have one of the most active social action groups in the London Jewish community, the school visit team welcomes and educates local school children of all ages about Jewish practices and worship. Other activities include a care group, youth group and a baby and toddler group.

For more information contact Rabbi Sylvia Rothschild on 020 8946 4836
Wimbledon Art Studios
10 Riverside Yard
SW17 0BB
Wandsworth
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Website
For more information contact Julie Proctor on 020 8947 1183
WImbledon Beaumont
35 Arterbery Road
SW20 8AG
Wimbledon
Website

Care home for elderly

For more information contact the organisation, at the address or email listed to the left.
Wimbledon Bookfest
The Old Post Office
SW19 7QA
Wimbledon
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Website

Runs the Wimbledon Bookfest which takes place every October. The main Festival site is on Wimbledon Common. Runs a year long programme of education for schools which launches in March on World Book Day. To get involved email info@wimbledonbookfest.org.

For more information contact Fiona Razvi on 020 8877 5747

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