I am trying to find Wilkes family members that may still be living in Wimbledon. I have come across a number of Wilkes family photographs that I would like to forward to my family members in Wimbledon. My mother Annie Milkins nee Wilkes had a brother living at 9 Spencer Hill Wimbledon many years ago. His name was Roland Wilkes and he had married Maisie Halfhead. They had a son Roland and a daughter Connie. I don't know if Connie had children or if she is still alive. As I understand, Roland junior has died but I have been told that his son/s run a carpet shop/warehouse in Wimbledon. Is there anyone on this forum that is aware of the people I refer to.
Neil Milkins ● 22d0 Comments ● 22d
Any parents locally need a hard working committed teacher to work with their son or daughter? If yes, then contact me. I have 20 years of classroom experience and have plenty of experience of working with students of all abilities. I tutor students in A Level English Literature, English Language, Film Studies, IGCSE, Functional English, offer support with personal statement writing for UCAS and would love to help any younger children with reading, writing and creative lessons aimed at stretching able primary children. I am studying part time for my Masters in Literature and hence have some additional time to tutor your son or daughter remotely so get in touch with me. I am particularly interested in helping students with close literary analysis, organisation skills for GCSE and A Level and how to structure essays across the Humanities subjects. If this sounds of interest then contact Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org. Competitive rates. Reliable and committed.
English Tutor ● 33d0 Comments ● 33d
WCTT YOUNG ACTORS
CO. AND MERTON MUSIC FOUNDATION’S
BIG NIGHT OUT
7PM, MONDAY 3RD
the Wimbledon Civic Theatre Trust are teaming up with the New Wimbledon
present Big Night Out,
a celebration of young MMF and WCTT talent and the fabulous partnership between
these two Merton youth arts charities. It promises to be a night of magical
music and thrilling drama – full of songs you can sing along to and theatre
which will have you cheering the hero and booing the villain.
Big Night Out is an evening of two halves, showcasing
some of the very best young talent from across the borough. The first half will
see an uplifting musical programme from Merton Music Foundation’s flagship
band, the Merton Youth Concert Band, featuring plenty of family-favourites from stage and screen.
In the second half you can expect
lashings of comedy and audience participation in Twist a revolutionary 21st Century take
on the classic Dickens novel brought to you by the Young Actors
What more do you need to banish those
Tickets: £15 (group discounts available)
Produced by WCTT and Merton Music Foundation in partnership with New Wimbledon
and supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council
England and The Taylor
Rebecca Cresta ● 170d0 Comments ● 170d
Looking for an energetic honest home helper for one day a week (maybe more)
Must like small dogs (for dog walking)
Must speak good English and have references.
Please email for more details
Carla Sante ● 187d0 Comments ● 187d
Did you know you can park in Waitrose Car Park for 2 hours free when visiting the shops in Leopold Road?
Great selection of shops including café's , butcher, florist, hardware store, vets, hairdressers, barbers, off licence, pizza, Chinese and fish and chips.
The 1955 Club Café has recently opened. www.the1955club.com
Paul Baron ● 264d0 Comments ● 264d
A has refugee status and the right to work. He also has a good job as an engineer in Wimbledon.
His family of a wife and four children under 10 is due to arrive in the next month or so.
He would love to find somewhere not too far from where he works, so he can see the babies he as been separated from for a couple of years, when he isnt working.
please email@example.com if you can help.
Sara Nathan ● 281d0 Comments ● 281d
I am offering 1:1 yoga lessons and FRC (functional range and conditioning) coaching in Vauxhall at Sleven Fitness, Clapham Junction, Wandsworth Town and Peckham and East Dulwich. Please get in touch for more information, at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit my website: www.sarahfretwellyoga.com
Sarah Fretwell ● 327d0 Comments ● 327d
H is a 21 year old AS from Ethiopia, who needs hosting in South London.
He is in the process of submitting a fresh claim and will be applying for NASS. H loves football and attending his ESOL classes - continuing to learn English is really important to him.
H also has a good support network in South London and it is important he can access the groups there that have been supporting him so far. H has also been hosted by another hosting organisation - he got on really well with his hosts and their pet dog!
H is likely to need 2-3 months hosting but any respite would be greatly appreciated.
So can you help? Host? Ask a friend? And are you a London host who maybe can’t help this guest but could help someone else? We have a lot of potential guests in London at the moment and we’d love to hear from you.
www.refugeesathome.org or email@example.com for more information.
Sara Nathan ● 435d0 Comments ● 435d
Dear All, We are a company providing pest control in London. And for a few years we have been trying to give back to the people who made us what we are today. We started by supporting an adoption charity PAC-UK https://www.pac-uk.org/inoculand-forms-first-charitable-relationship-pac-uk/ But we now want to broaden our reach so we are posting in various forum sites across London. So far we found our first recipient that is Oasis Children's Venture https://oasisplay.org.uk/ And we already received 3 applications from other areas of London, so things are going well. The project should focus on providing a social or educational benefit. We do not have the means to vet the projects ourselves. Therefore we will require the money to be paid to an association/establishment/charity/church who will have to acknowledge the gift on their official websites linking to our community page https://www.inoculandpestcontrol.co.uk/diversity-and-community/ The funds could be used toward buying gear, or support a charity, or be aimed at helping a family in need. So please do apply or pass on the word. Regards, Daniel
Daniel Neves ● 473d1 Comments ● 470d
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCE SYLLABUS
Ballet classes for children aged 4 years and up launching Monday 10 September 2018 with a FREE TRIAL CLASS!
Classes will be held at Cranleigh Tennis & Social Club on Mondays from 3:45pm until 6:15pmdepending on age and ability
To register your interest email Naomi at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 020 8640 3244
Pas de Cheval ● 668d1 Comments ● 663d
WE WANT TO HEAR YOUR OPINIONS.
We are looking for people to take part in a discussion group for The National Archives in Kew, London.
The National Archives are working with research partners The Audience Agency to understand more about people's experiences and preferences within the gallery and to test future exhibition concepts.
To do so, we are conducting discussion groups which will take place at The National Archives in London. It will be a relaxed and informal conversation with up to 10 people, which will last for a maximum of 90 minutes. You do not need to prepare anything for the group, we just want to hear your opinions! If chosen to take part, YOU WILL RECEIVE 40 POUNDS AS A THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME.
If you are interested in sharing your opinions, please FOLLOW THIS LINK to complete a short survey letting us know your availability and a bit of information about yourself.
If you are chosen to take part, we will be in touch with further details of the date and times.
Sophie ● 676d0 Comments ● 676d
Yet another strike coming up this week — South Western Railway is in danger a falling to the level of Southern in terms of bad service.
Whilst you can certainly blame the operators of the franchise for the high fares given the huge amounts of money they take out of the network you can't blame them for this disruption. It is perfectly reasonable for them to say that a train should still run even though a guard hasn't turned up. Given the high level of absenteeism among staff this happens all to often. The same trains operate perfectly safely without guards in other parts of the country.
As with Southern the RMT is going to call strike after strike on South Western Railway. They are not representing the working man in doing this as most of the people travelling on the train get paid less than the driver. Why doesn't the government just say that what is being proposed by the operator is legal and safe and ban any strikes on the issue?
Barry Elms ● 677d0 Comments ● 677d
Love to sing? This September we’re opening a wonderfully social, brilliantly stress-busting and always entertaining Popchoir in Wimbledon!
Whether you’re a closet singer, the first up at karaoke, an apprehensive beginner or the next Beyonce, Popchoir is waiting for you! We don’t do auditions because EVERYONE can sing! So if you already love to sing, want to learn to sing or are just curious about us, book on to our pre-term taster session on September 3rd to find out what Popchoir is all about!
Not only will our taster session give you a glimpse into the wonderful world of Popchoir, but you’ll also receive a HUGE 40% off your first term’s membership just by coming along! So if you’ve been singing into your toothbrush for too long, come and join the fun!
For more information about our Wimbledon choir, visit our website: https://www.popchoir.com/find-a-popchoir/wimbledon
Helen Hampton ● 691d0 Comments ● 691d
PLEASE SHARE. I have been in contact for about 10 years with 2 daughters and a son of former world light-heavyweight boxer Freddie Mills. I know a documentary regarding their father being falsely accused of being "Jack the Stripper" The Hammersmith Nudes Killer was being made. It is now finished and Freddie's daughter Amanda Mills sent the following message to me today.Hi Neil. Yes. We are all well thank you. It's been confirmed for Wed. Aug 1st .BBC4 9pm Murder in Soho. Who killed Freddie MillsTrailer is running now....BBC4 Best wishes Amanda
Neil Milkins ● 711d0 Comments ● 711d
La Vie en Rose Teaching is a Languages Teaching company that offers one to one lessons or group lessons. We teach French and English but also Spanish and Arabic for beginners. We teach adults and children in group classes or individuals. We are in Dulwich Area, Wimbledon and Hammersmith. We are all french native teachers with a DBS, Child safeguarding trained and 1st Aid trained.Prices start from £30/h.Our lessons are always personalised. The first lesson is about getting to know each other and testing your level. We work with music, videos, texts, and games. We organise meet ups with students as much as we can during the year such as French breakfast or French cinema. Lessons can be at your place, your work, a coffee shop or my place.I send an invoice at the end of every month. Also we have a cancellation policy. If you cancel 24h before the lesson starts we won't charge you. Otherwise we will. For September I only have few slots available so please let me know asap if you're interested I can book you in for September.A bientot!Laureenlavielavieenrose.teaching@gmai07986838354
Laureen Delaygue ● 726d0 Comments ● 726d
We've bought 3 reserved enclosure tickets for the event next Saturday and one of us can't go. Going for £70 face value. You can email me @ email@example.com for more details."Don't love me for fun, girlLet me be the one, girlLove me for a reasonLet the reason be...."R.
R Rees Williams ● 726d0 Comments ● 726d
Just read Councillor Quilliam's ludicrous rant against the AELTC...An alternative and more realistic headline could be "1000's of local students delighted to get the chance of working at Wimbledon, earning hundreds of pounds a week to fund life over the Summer, making new friends and enjoying working hard for a living".I suggest he focuses his razor sharp intellect on real cases of exploitation and hardship....
Mike stallard ● 729d0 Comments ● 729d
Yet more vandalism of our heritage....restore this pub..there is no room to build all these flats and they are out of keeping..abbey ward is being ruined..let Marcus Beale build in his own area not spoil old Merton park..he was involved in abbey mills debacle..no good came of that!!!!!
Jean Matthews ● 925d5 Comments ● 729d
Mandela is remembered for celebrating the idea that every individual can have an impact on the world, and that no gesture is too small to spark change. To continue his legacy, we ask everyone to commit just 67 minutes to help make the world a better place! So, use this time to do something positive, whether that is helping out a friend, or making a difference in your community.To keep his spirit alive, Starfish supporters are organizing a charity fun run in Hyde Park at 10am on Wednesday 18th July - Mandela Day. The idea is to run for as long or as little as you like, meeting everyone at the start line to run the final, and most important, 466.64m (Mandela’s prison number) to the finish! As it is suitable for all athletic abilities, and all ages, it is a perfect opportunity for the whole family to get out and enjoy the sun during the school holidays! Although there is no strict theme, fancy dress is encouraged as there are prizes up for grabs for the most creative outfit, as well as for most money fundraised and longest distance run to the start line. If running isn’t your thing, there are plenty of games and sports to take part in during the day, as well as snacks and drinks to enjoy in the park afterwards. In the true spirit of Ubuntu, all funds raised will be shared between Starfish Greathearts Foundation and Uthando Masibulele Education Centre, helping vulnerable children in South Africa.To register,visit https://www.charitydayuk.com/aboutFor any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Starfish Greathearts Foundation ● 738d0 Comments ● 738d