This year, we will be sharing a series of stories that show how our charity has connected people, places, and passions over the past 75 years. Click here to find out how you can share your story.

Welcome to Wimblecomm

Your Merton Community Hub

An Abundance of Fruit

An Update from the Team @Abundance Wimbledon (Our Newest Community Group Member) We’ve had another fruity summer – a big thank you for all your

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75 Stories

Connecting People, Places and Passions

Featured Space

William Morris House

William Morris House was originally a large Victorian family home, but, since the 1920s, has been owned by a co-operative society and modernised to provide a competitively-priced meeting place in the heart of Wimbledon. A vibrant community centre located on

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Featured Group

Accoutre Learning Centre

Accoutre Centre for Learning (Accoutre/ACL) launched in July 2020. It was set up as a direct result of the Covid-19 outbreak and the emotional impact of George Floyd’s death on the black community. A strong awareness of the inequalities experienced

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The Wimblecomm Story so Far
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2 days ago
Did you know that you can now find a directory of community groups operating in Merton on Wimblecomm. Visit to see who has signed up so far!

Wimblecomm #ConnectingPeoplePlacesPassions #ConnectingMerton
3 days ago
See South Park Gardens from a different angle in this beautiful video by Will Hay.🌺

You can also enquire about hiring their space for hire, learn about what they do, and get involved with the local community via Wimblecomm.
3 days ago
Our next #75Stories feature sees Naomi Martin speak on community, her relationship with the WCA, & watching Wimblecomm come into its own in the past 18 months.

Watch it all at

Wimblecomm #ConnectingPeoplePlacesPassions in #Merton

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