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Friday Fellowship - Trinity United Reformed Church
Activities include pool, table tennis, badminton, table football, baking and music. There are also board games and art activities and tuck shop. This is an ecumenical youth club open also to young people from Christchurch West Wimbledon
Youth group for 8 - 12 year olds which meets at St Mary's Church, Wimbledon on alternate Fridays.
Hobbledown Children's Farm
Hobbledown is home to some very special animals and, of course, the mystical Hobblers. Birthday parties and group visits available. Previously Horton Park Zoo.
Home Visits Library Service
Merton Libraries offers a range of services to support people who have difficulty in using a library due to physical difficulty or illness Home visits The home visits service brings books to your home on a regular basis. You will be able to request specific…
The Jeremiah Project
The Jeremiah Project is an initiative of the Church in Mitcham to work in practical ways to benefit the whole community. It aims to offer free, quality, compassionate and focused support in particular areas such as budgeting and parenting support.
Leyton Road Community Resource Centre
Leyton Road is a community centre in Colliers Wood providing day services for adults with learning disabilities including a book group, drama club, cooking and sewing. The centre is also used by a number of local agencies, and community and voluntary groups, including WIFFA*(West Indian Families and Friends…
Love Wimbledon - The official site for Wimbledon Town Centre
The Love Wimbledon website provides up to date information on all aspects of the town centre including shopping, eating, entertainment, sport and leisure, markets, events, going out at night, how to get here and where to park and where to stay.
Merton Centre for Independent Living (CIL)
Merton CIL is a charity run by and for deaf and disabled people within Merton. Merton CIL works to promote the independence and inclusion of Disabled and Deaf people in Merton. They also aim to help people identify and challenge the discrimination they face. Services…
Merton Interfaith Forum
The Interfaith Forum was formed in November 2005 and is chaired by Ged Curran, Chief Executive and attended by a number of faith groups in the borough including representatives from the: Wimbledon Interfaith Forum Christian faiths Wimbledon Synagogue Wimbledon Mosque Society of Friends Other faith…
Merton Youth Parliament (MYP)
MYP is a group made up of elected young people aged 11-19 (25 with special education needs or disabilities). Young people on this group represent young people, who live, work, socialise and study in Merton to ensure their voice is heard in decisions that affect…