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Wimbledon in the Great War

Wimbledon in the Great War

As part of our First World War centenary programme, Merton Heritage Service has produced an exhibition about life in Wimbledon 1914-18.

Wimbledon in the Great War covers a variety of topics from recruitment and local regiments, to Belgian refugees, the wartime role of local women and the invaluable contribution made by Merton hospitals, industries and charities.

The exhibition will be on show at the Norman Plastow Gallery at the Museum of Wimbledon, 22 Ridgway, Wimbledon until 25 November.

Admission is free and opening hours are as follows:

Saturdays and Sundays: 2.30 - 5pm

Tuesdays: 12 - 6pm; Wednesdays 11.30 - 6pm

Thursdays: 12 - 6pm.


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