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Wimbledon Cancer Friendship Group
Wimbledon Guild
SW19 4EF
Wimbledon
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This group aims to offer friendship, support, information and a listening ear to anyone affected by any cancer. It meets twice a month in the Wimbledon Guild in the Worple road, Wimbledon. On the second Thursday of the month it is an evening meeting, between 7.30-9pm, with a speaker and there is an informal drop in session on the third Thursday of the month between 3.15-4.30pm.
The group is run by a small team of volunteers who have each been affected by cancer, either themselves or else a member of their family or close friend.

They take it n turns to welcome the visitors or to facilitate the sessions. Most visitors want to talk about their treatment, how they are feeling and enjoy meeting others who are or have been in the same boat. Not all the chat is about cancer and the range of monthly speakers is very wide - complementary therapies, diet, exercise,, local and national support organisations,

We are looking for new volunteers to help us . The volunteer needs to have had cancer ( need to be at least 2 years after the end of their treatment) or else have personal experience of what someone with cancer may be going through.There is training in Listening and Responding available through Macmillan. The existing volunteers are very experienced and supportive and will make the new person very welcome.. Volunteers may only need to attend one meeting a month and there is meeting for the volunteers about every 6 weeks to arrange the rota for the meetings.

For more information contact Shas Sheehan at the address or email listed to the left.
Wimbledon Chabad House and Mikvah
42 St. George's Road
SW19 4ED
Wimbledon
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Services are held weekly.

For more information contact Yossi Moscowitz on 07490 492449
Wimbledon Chase Primary School
Merton Hall Road
SW19 3QB
Wimbledon
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For more information contact Sue Thomas on 020 8542 1413
Wimbledon Chess Club
Trinity Road Club
SW19 8QX
Wimbledon
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Club welcomes new members from beginners to masters, focuses on match play with 13 teams in 3 leagues for players of all strengths, but also accommodates informal friendly games. Uniquely, free membership is offered to women and youngsters. Free junior training can also be arranged.

For more information contact Paul Barasi on 020 8687 2982
Wimbledon Church of Christ
YMCA
SW19 1RY
Wimbledon
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Services are held weekly.

For more information contact Viktor Tyrku on 07731 155545
Wimbledon Civic Forum
The Old Post Office
SW19 7QA
Wimbledon
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A non party political organisation promoting debate and practical action on health, transport, education and urban design.

For more information contact Marcus Beale at the address or email listed to the left.
Wimbledon Civic Theatre Trust
Hill Place House
SW19 5BA
Wimbledon
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Facilitates exciting and innovative theatre based education projects improving access to performing arts for children and young people, focusing on those of secondary age, those with special needs and those experiencing disadvantage. The young people can develop their creativity and improve self-esteem and confidence and practical skills.

For more information contact Jenny Woods at the address or email listed to the left.
Wimbledon College
Edge Hill
SW19 4NS
Wimbledon
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For more information contact Adrian Laing on 020 8946 2533
Wimbledon Common West Residents' Association
50 Sycamore Road
SW19 4TP
Wimbledon Common
For more information contact Clive Hilton at the address or email listed to the left.
Wimbledon Community Assocation
c/o 66 Kings Road
SW19 8QW
Wimbledon
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An independent registered charity based in Wimbledon, the Wimbledon Community Association was founded in 1946 with the aim of promoting the wellbeing of the broad community. Over recent years, following the closure of their popular community centre in the heart of Wimbledon, the new Board of Trustees has refocused the charity on a new mission; to 'connect people with venues that provide community space for hire, and to develop an online community hub that enables sharing of news, best practice and networking in our local communities'. A new website, 'wimblecomm', was launched to the general public in September 2016. It hosts a directory of community venues and a community noticeboard, with further features under development for launch in 2017.

For more information contact Susanne Ollig at the address or email listed to the left.
Wimbledon Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses
228 Hamilton Avenue
SM3 9DT
North Cheam

Services are held weekly.

For more information contact Mr. E. V. Sallows at the address or email listed to the left.
Wimbledon Congregational Church
15 Dundonald Road
SW19 3QH
Wimbledon
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Sunday services, baptisms, marriages and funerals by arrangement. Run a coffee morning on Thursdays, social events, monthly Messy Church for children, and multicultural work in a local school.

For more information contact Nigel Lindsay on 020 8543 1440
Wimbledon Cricket Club
Church Road
SW19 5AG
Wimbledon
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Membership of The Wimbledon Club is open to all, irrespective of age, gender, disability and ethnic origin. The club is affiliated to the England and Wales Cricket Board, The Surrey Club Cricket Championship, NEC and Mid Surrey Junior Leagues.

For more information contact the organisation, at the address or email listed to the left.
Wimbledon Disarmament Coalition/CND
43 Wilton Grove
SW19 3QU
Wimbledon
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Campaigns for peace and nuclear disarmament. Strictly non-party political. Affiliated to National CND, United Nations Association and Campaign Against the Arms Trade. Monthly Steering Group meetings, quarterly public meetings with visiting speakers, annual Fete of the Earth.

For more information contact Joanna Bazley on 020 8543 0362
Wimbledon District Nursing & Midwifery Benevolent Society
7 Arterberry Road
SW20 8AE
London
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The Society may provide assistance to any appropriate residents of Merton (excluding Mitcham) who have medical, physical or mental health problems; or to their carers, to alleviate their lives. Applications must be made through medical or social work professionals.

For more information contact Angela Redman on 07961 951 376
Wimbledon Fencing Club
24 Wellington Road
SW19 8EQ
Wimbledon
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Meets on Wednesdays in the Merici Sports Centre, Ursuline High School, Wimbledon SW20. Courses for juniors and adults, and coaching at all levels in foil, epee and sabre.

For more information contact Mark Rhind at the address or email listed to the left.
Wimbledon Film Club
82 Gladstone Road
SW19 1QT
Wimbledon
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Fortnightly screenings at the hmvcurzon cinema of a wide range of foreign language, classics, independent films. Programme notes and often speakers.

For more information contact Peter Cargin at the address or email listed to the left.
Wimbledon Foodbank
59 High Path
SW19 2JY
Wimbledon
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Wimbledon Foodbank was formed in the last 2 years to support local people in the Merton area who are in financial hardship/crisis and have no food to feed themselves or their family.

For more information contact Ali Palmer on 07736 359952
Wimbledon Guild Charity Shop
9-11 Upper Green East
CR4 2PE
Mitcham
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Wimbledon Guild Club
Guild House, 30-32 Worple Road
SW19 4EF
Wimbledon
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Entertaining afternoons for senior citizens. Talks, slides, quizzes, musical afternoons, etc. Meets Wednesday afternoons, 2.00pm - 4.00pm, at Wimbledon Guild, 30-32 Worple Road, Wimbledon.

For more information contact Michael Bebb at the address or email listed to the left.
Wimbledon Guild Counselling Service
Guild House
SW19 4EF
Wimbledon
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Provides low-cost affordable, professional, accessible counselling to clients who live, work or study in Merton. Offers: one-to-one counselling; Family and Couples Therapy; Group Psychotherapy; Youth Counselling; Bereavement Counselling; Training Courses. Open: Monday to Thursday 9am - 10pm, Friday 9am - 8pm, Saturday 9am - 2pm

For more information contact John Priestley at the address or email listed to the left.
Wimbledon Guild of Social Welfare
Guild House
SW19 4EF
Wimbledon
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The Wimbledon Guild is dedicated to supporting ageing, encouraging mental wellbeing and tackling poverty throughout the London Borough of Merton. We support as many local people as we can and help them through challenging periods of their lives. Our aim is to be there for anyone who might need our help.

For more information contact Wendy Pridmore at the address or email listed to the left.
Wimbledon High School
Mansel Road
SW19 4AB
Wimbledon
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Outstanding education for girls: inspiring, challenging lessons, a rich and varied co-curricular programme and a warm and caring community – that is Wimbledon High School! Proud to be a beacon GDST school, we have been educating girls from 4 to 18 for 135 years. Explore the site to find out how, or better still, come and see us in action.

For more information contact Jane Lunnon on 020 8971 0900
Wimbledon Interfaith Group
82 Toynbee Road
SW20 8SR
West Wimbledon
For more information contact Eric Bramsted at the address or email listed to the left.
Wimbledon International Seventh Day Adventist Church (WISDAC)
10 Stanley Road
SW19 8RE
Wimbledon
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Lunch club every last Thursday of the month with community based speakers, and blood pressure checks with a nurse. Youth clubs in the summer, joy jumps, music and activities for babies and toddlers.

For more information contact Alan Hart Neves on 07522 088007

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