Moving to Wimbledon with London Removals
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Wimbledon is located within the London Borough of Merton and has SW19 and SW20 postcodes. The area is near Wandsworth, Kingston upon Thames, and Sutton. It is thought that the area has been inhabited since the Iron Age and has grown vastly over time. The original village developed well, especially due to its placement on the London to Portsmouth road. The stagecoach run between London and Portsmouth encouraged the opening of a stagecoach stop in the form of a public house called the Dog and Fox. This brought trade and more to Wimbledon.
The area of Wimbledon is most famous for holding the Wimbledon Tennis Championships. However, it's also home to the New Wimbledon Theatre. This theatre is a Grade II listed building that was constructed in the Edwardian period. It opened in December 1908 and its first show was a Jack and Jill pantomime. Another feature of Wimbledon is Wimbledon Common, which boasts a large open public place that is perfect for those who love nature, those with children, and dog-walkers.
Wimbledon has also featured in Literature. Wimbledon has played a part in Elisabeth Bereford's children's stories about the Wombles, has provided the setting of some of Nigel Williams comic novels (such as The Wimbledon Poisoner), and has been the site of a martian invasion in H. Wells' The War of the Worlds.
The area has also been home to a range of famous people, including; Ben Barnes (actor), Khalid Abdalla (actor), Raymond Briggs (cartoonist), Annette Crosbie (actress, One Foot in the Grave), Lawrence Doherty (won 13 tennis championships, 2 Olympic gold medals), Reginald Doherty (won 12 tennis championships, 3 Olympic gold medals), Robert Graves (poet), Thomas Hughes (author, Tom Brown's Schooldays), and more.
Transport-wise, Wimbledon is easily accessible via train. Some of the stations are Wimbledon Chase railway station, Wimbledon Station and Raynes Park railway station. These links provide easy access to London and a wide range of attractions.
Wimbledon might not be swarming with martians or Wombles, but it does have plenty of attractions and claims to fame. For your move to Wimbledon, be sure to book with our company, as we seek to fulfil all your moving needs. When booking with us, please also make sure you go via the local council to reserve a parking space in front of your new office or home. Unpacking you belongings and cleaning up after the move both take time and therefore it's best to have a space for the moving vehicle. To book a space, go to the Borough of Merton's website.
Postcode SW19, SW20 nearby postcodes SW15, SW17, SW18, CR4, SM4