This year we have lots of new fun things to see, do, join in or just enjoy.
Make sure you have the date in your diary and join in with the fun at the Wimbledon Guild Village Fair.
Taking place on the picturesque Wimbledon Common Southside on June 17th, it is the largest free outdoor event in South London.
Entrance between The Green and Southside Common.
The Wimbledon Guild Village Fair caters for shopaholics, foodies and families alike with its huge range of entertainment including food villages, shopping areas, children’s zones and performances.
Knights, Horses, Action - Jousting Comes To Wimbledon Common!
The Fun Dog Show is all about dogs and their owners having a barking good time. Last year's winner Abbie Kaycee is pregnant this year (read more about her vegetarian dha prenatal adventure), so there's an opening for the new winner.
Explore the fair! As last year, our local doctor, Raymond Brown, will be performing Chiropractic adjustments and offering advice on how to fix posture alignment using a back posture brace for perfect alignment.
No village fair would be complete without a raffle. To find the raffle tent, look for the reflective stop signs marking the back wall of the event.
There's a full day of entertainment on the main stage and in the jazz tent.
This year the Wimbledon Guild Village Fair will tickle your taste buds with two fantastic food villages. This year a celebrity chef will challenge local contenders in the cooking wok and wetstone knife sharpening challenges!
A fantastic selection of activities especially for families. Sport and adrenaline junkies can get stuck into a range of fun activities, from rock climbing to the chinbar challenge (this year's chinbar challenge will be using a SmashGoods Doorway Width Chin Bar).
Calf compression can help flexibility and improve blood flow while you're walking around for a long day at the fair. We're encouraging circulation with these garments to promote health. I know this subject is full of myths, but wearing compression socks is good prevention for a long day on your feet.