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  Wimbledon, London - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wimbledon's convienent proximity to the capital was beginning to attract other wealthy families and in 1613 Robert Bell, Master of the Worshipful Company of Girdlers and a director of the British East India Company built Eagle House as a home at an easy distance from London.
Wimbledon House, a separate residence close to the village at the south end of Parkside (near present day Peek Crescent), was home in the 1790s to the exiled French statesman Vicomte de Calonne, and later to the mother of writer Frederick Marryat.
Wimbledon's population continued to grow at the start of the 20th century, a condition recognised in 1905 when the urban district was incorporated as the Municipal Borough of Wimbledon, with the power to select a Mayor.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Wimbledon, London
Wimbledon, best known for much of the 20th century as the home of the Wimbledon tennis championships, is a town in south-west London.
Wimbledon Football Club won the FA Cup in May 1988 prompting great celebrations in the streets of the town as the team appeared on the balcony of the Town Hall.
Wimbledon had played their home games outside Wimbledon after the closure of their Plough Lane ground in 1991, and, as a final indignity for the club's fans, in September 2003 the club moved to Milton Keynes, about 70 miles north.
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The world's premier tennis centre and home to the eponymous international tennis tournament since 1877, Wimbledon is one of the UK's greatest sporting venues.
Over the last decade, Wimbledon has unveiled a new No 1 court as well as improved, state-of-the-art facilities for players, officials and media alike.
The feature film, Wimbledon, shot partly during the 2003 Championships, is set for release in 2004.
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 Local - Chalk Farm Road, London
Wimbledon is home to the world's greatest tennis tournament, and once a year receives the full attention of the global media.
Uncle Bulgaria and Tim Henman aside, Wimbledon is a bustling neighbourhood populated by largely by commuters.
Wimbledon is to the east of Kingston, south of Putney and Roehampton, west of Streatham and north of New Malden and Moredon.
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Wimbledon is famous for much more than tennis and is one of London's liveliest and most beautiful areas.
Next to the Village is Wimbledon Common, a large natural area with grassland, woods and lakes, ideal for horse riding, jogging, sharing a walk with friends or playing a round of golf on the public course.
Wimbledon is the perfect location if you want to sample the delights of London but live and study in a safe and pleasant environment.
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 BBC - h2g2 - Wimbledon Common, London, UK - A672004
It almost transforms the way one thinks of London, so used are we to thinking of the city as one gigantic grey metropolis, full of bricks, glass, concrete and bloody mobile phones.
Wimbledon Common and Putney Lower Common are located in an area covering three separate London boroughs: Wandsworth, Merton and Kingston.
An elected committee called the 'Wimbledon and Putney Commons Conservators' are custodians of the land and are responsible for its maintenance and for the protection of its rich and varied wildlife.
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 Wimbledon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Championships, Wimbledon, an internationally famous grass court tennis championship, one of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments
AFC Wimbledon, a semi-professional football club, set up by fans of the old Wimbledon F.C in protest at the relocation to Milton Keynes
Wimbledon, North Dakota, a small town in the United States
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 English in Britain - School Profile
We are situated in one of the best parts of London: Wimbledon (London zone 3) and are one of the oldest English schools in London (1964), known for providing quality education at reasonable prices in a wonderful environment.
Wimbledon is a lively place with excellent facilities of all kinds including a large shopping centre, cinema, theatre, cafes & restaurants.
Wimbledon is the perfect place for students who want to enjoy the best of London while living and studying in a beautiful, safe area.
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 London My Wimbledon
I also used to play some Sundays at the Cranbrook raquets club in Wimbledon but it is much more expensive and found the club in Mitcham a bit friendlier.
Just moved close to Wimbledon and am seeking some fun friends to hang out with particularly straight females to go to pubs and bars with.
Whatever happened to the once wonderful Steam Engine rally which was held in the Wandle Park at Colliers Wood, I used to enloy the feeling of the nostalgic past, and there was one once at Battersea Park called Expo Steam in the 1970s.
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 Becker throws support behind Wimbledon and London
LONDON (Reuters) - Three-times Wimbledon champion Boris Becker has thrown his support behind London’s bid to stage the 2012 Olympic Games.
London is vying with Paris, Madrid, New York and Moscow to win the 2012 Games and the winner will be announced on July 6 at the International Olympic Committee’s session in Singaore.
Concerns Wimbledon’s grass courts would not be in top condition for the Olympics following the two-week grand slam in June and July were dismissed by club chairman Tim Phillips.
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 Wimbledon - greyhound racing stadium and dog track guide
Situated in Southwest London, Wimbledon Greyhound Stadium the capital's premiere racing venue attracts a large cross-section of people.
Wimbledon Stadium has set the standard for other dog racing Stadia to follow.
The stadium is on the left opposite the plough public house.
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 London English Language School: Study English Courses in Wimbledon, London Schools, UK
London English Language School: Study English Courses in Wimbledon, London Schools, UK Study English in London
In April 1997, we opened our London school in the attractive, fashionable area of Wimbledon, famous for The Championships – the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world – held here every summer.
Wimbledon is just 20 minutes from Central London via excellent public transport links but also offers green open spaces, such as The Common, and chic Wimbledon Village.
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 English Courses in London :: English Schools in London
Somehow it's the bustle that shows you London at its best though: street markets, buskers, old book and antique sellers…a whole fusion of cultures and characters, in some way bound to capture a little piece of your heart.
It would be impossible to list all of London's attractions in this short space, however, so we'll round off by saying that, no matter what you do, you can always be sure to find an exotic choice of bars and restaurants to recharge your batteries in this fast-paced and exciting city.
London has everything to offer – you can play sport in English, watch sport in English, go to aerobics in English, see theatre and cinema in English.
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 Wimbledon London Movie Review
All these ingredients are present and correct for Wimbledon, but happily — at least for anyone who felt Love Actually was like being trapped in a sugar factory - the words “Richard” and “Curtis” do not appear on the writing credits.
Granted a wild card in the Wimbledon championship, he declares it will be his final tournament, fully expecting to be knocked out in the first round.
In short, Wimbledon may not hit every shot but it serves up plenty of winners and has a lot going for it, chiefly in the relationship between Bettany and Dunst, who have surprising chemistry together.
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 Tennis Wimbledon Wombles - London   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Wimbledon are searching for a new mascot at their new home in Milton Keynes after being deserted by Wandle the Womble.
Because of their original location, Wimbledon FC were associated with the most well-known inhabitants of victory in the tennis, but the Wombles (of Wimbledon Common), of course.
Theme song is "The Wombles of Wimbledon Common are we" and not "The Wombles of Wimbledon, common are we".
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 Hotels Wimbledon
The apartment is on the raised ground floor of a Victorian house, with high ceilings and plenty of natural light.
Located between Wimbledon and South Wimbledon Stations we offer bright, clean, warm and comfortable rooms each with their own telephone at affordable rates.
Wimbledon Visitor is in the Merton Chamber of Commerce and there is a link to the Merton Chamber website on our Links page.
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 Wimbledon Estate Agents Jackson-Stops & Staff
Wimbledon Village is considered one of the more affluent and sought after areas to live because it retains its village atmosphere but is only a short distance from Central London.
Excellent shopping is available in Wimbledon Village and there are reputable schools, a theatre, cinemas, pubs, and restaurants.
Wimbledon is served by a main line station with District Line underground and British rail with Waterloo approximately 20 minutes away.
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 Justin James Hotel - in Wimbledon close to central London
From Waterloo take one of the many trains which stop at Wimbledon, the journey time is normally 17 minutes.
From London, Heathrow take the London Underground to South Kensington and change to the westbound District Line (Wimbledon branch).
From London, Gatwick take a stopping train to London, Victoria, change at Clapham Junction to a southbound train from Platform 11 stopping at Wimbledon.
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 ipedia.com: Wimbledon, London Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
For other uses see Wimbledon Wimbledon is an area in South-West London in the London Borough of Merton.
It is best known for the Wimbledon tennis championships, the fictional Wombles (of Wimbledon Common) and as the former home of the professional football club then known as Wimbledon F.C
Wimbledon FC played their home games outside of Wimbledon after the closure of their Plough Lane ground in 1991, and in September 2003 the club relocated to Milton Keynes, about 70 miles north.
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 Wimbledon
Speak to a driver for immediate taxi hire in Merton and Wimbledon 5 to 10 minutes before taxi is required.
Choose Wimbledon for your holiday and stay in one of London's most attractive and safe suburbs with quality and affordable accommodation, yet so close to the centre of London....
It turns out that 81% of those surveyed said their first impression of London was Excellent or Good, whilst an overwhelming 98% of visitors would be happy to recommend London to their friends.
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 Properties to Rent in Wimbledon (page 1 of 5) :: JOHN D WOOD & CO.::
Situated within moments of Wimbledon town and village plus underground/mainline stations.
Ideally located for either Wimbledon Mainline Train Station Comprising: three receptions, conservatory, four double bedrooms, kitchen/breakfast room, three bathrooms, downstairs cloakroom, garden, swimming pool and allocated off street parking.
The house, which is set back from the road, offers a double reception room with dining area, large conservatory leading to a large garden.
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 Prince of Wales, Wimbledon, London - pub details # beerintheevening.com
Wimbledon (0 miles), Haydons Road (0.9 miles), Wimbledon Chase (0.9 miles)
NB: Information may be incomplete or out of date as this pub is not currently registered.
The only use I can think of for this pub is for a quick pint while you're waiting for someone at Wimbledon station.
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 Grand Slam Tennis Tours | Wimbledon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
You will be escorted to Wimbledon on your first day of tennis and introduced to the finest in British Service in our private, air-conditioned hospitality Marquee.
The London hotels chosen are close to Wimbledon—less than 30 minutes by Tube.
GSTT tickets are officially desiginated for your use and we guarantee your entry to Wimbledon.
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 Learn English in Wimbledon, London
Wimbledon School of English London is a medium-sized and extremely friendly school, established in 1964 to teach English to students from overseas.
We have about 180 students from over 30 different countries, and offer a wide range of courses to students aged 16 and above.
We are situated in the centre of the attractive London suburb of Wimbledon, just 5 minutes from the station, shops and other facilities.
www.wimbledon-school.ac.uk   (92 words)

  
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Of course, our London escorts will arrive discreetly dressed, but our sexy female escorts are fashion conscious and can dress up (or down) according to your needs.
Bunnies of London escort agency is a central London escort agency with some of London's finest girls for your pleasure.
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 London Pass: London Sightseeing Pass For Sightseeing At London Tourist Attractions & Sights
Your London Pass is valid from the first day you use it.
The London Pass is a must for London sightseeing, offering FREE ENTRY to 56 of the best charging tourist attractions in London with one very affordable ticket.
From historic London sightseeing attractions like the Tower of London, Kensington Palace and Windsor Castle to modern day fun at London Zoo, London Aquarium and the Wimbledon Tour Experience, the London Pass has something for everyone.
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