You just can’t beat fresh, home-baked bread. The mouth-watering aroma, the crack of the crust and the warmth of the soft, doughy inner, the way the butter melts as you spread it on… is it lunchtime yet?! Bread is the ultimate comfort food, and it honestly isn’t that hard to make, even if you’re a complete novice and starting from scratch.
CLICK HERE to find out hot to make bread.
To help spread some cheer amongst communities and to support the NHS download the rainbow colouring sheet. Encourage children to colour them in and place them in their windows, remember stay home and stay safe!
CLICK HERE to download the sheet.
During this uncertain time, it feels a little odd continuing with normal routine but for many people routine is very important to help feel a sense of security and level of control.
Looking for new hobbies or want a healthier life style? Take a look at Dr Hazel Wallace website The Food Medic, where she shares educational tips and recipes on healthy eating as well as nutritional advice. You'd be surprised what you will discover.
As a result of COVID-19 (coronavirus), and due to government restrictions, Centre Court Shopping Centre essential stores and services remain OPEN:
Boots - Mon - Sat, 9pm - 6pm/ Sun, 11am - 5pm
Halifax - Mon - Fri, 10am - 2pm/ Sat-Sun, CLOSED
Holland and Barrett - Mon - Sat, 10am - 4pm/ Sun, 11am - 5pm
M&S Food - Mon - Fri, 8am - 8pm/ Sat, 8am - 5pm and Sun, 11am - 5pm
Kokoro - Mon - Sun, 11am - 11pm
Superdrug - Mon - Sat 10am - 5pm and 5pm - 5.30pm (pharmacy prescriptions only)/ Sun 11am - 5pm
Tesco - Mon - Sat, 7am - 8pm/ Sun 10am - 4pm
Please note all other stores are closed until further notice.
The health of our retailers, centre teams and visitors is paramount and we are working hard to ensure people are being supported.
We thank you for your patience and understanding during this challenging time. We will keep our customers updated of developments via our various digital communication channels.
Working with our friends in the community, we are putting together small parcels to deliver to the people in Wimbledon that are most in need. The parcel will consist of five items; to include bread, milk and fresh fruit/vegetables. We will be distributing as of Monday 23rd March on weekdays to anyone within Wimbledon thanks to volunteers from the Centre, The Dons Local Action Group, Elys and other local businesses as well as produce provided by Solstice Food.
We are aiming to deliver twenty parcels each morning so please remember this is on a first come, first serve basis and you must register before 5pm the previous day. We will aim to get around everyone in time but this is based on the limitations of volunteer.
We can also support with other errands upon request like dog walking, collecting prescriptions or a range of other services at this time.
We can help. If you are in need, please click the link, fill out your details and a volunteer will be in touch - CLICK HERE