Our aim is simple: to help local people lead a better life by tackling poverty, supporting ageing and encouraging mental well-being.

Imogen Horn

Imogen, 21, became A Wimbledon Guild Befriender and is now fundraising for us


A chance encounter with an elderly lady on a canal bank inspired busy student Imogen Horn to give up her time and volunteer as a befriender with Wimbledon Guild. She’s now raising money for us by swimming almost 20 kilometres over 3 races, read her fascinating story here.

Dottie the dog

What’s on at Wimbledon Guild this Summer?


Find out about our weekly ‘Food for thought’ talks in August including true ‘tails’ from Battersea Dogs Home, personal memories of Bangladesh and a picturesque journey from Scotland’s River Clyde to the Crinan Canal. Enjoy an abundance of colour by joining one of our secret garden walks, or join our Tai Chi class for gentle exercise using natural movements. There’s an amazing selection of classes and fascinating trips so take a look at our What’s on guide.Click here

Quiche and salad

“Nothing brings people together like good food” – Anon


At Wimbledon Guild’s HomeFood café on Worple Road you are guaranteed a warm welcome and a tasty, home cooked meal. We offer a freshly prepared dish of the day and a great selection of sandwiches, jacket potatoes, soups, all followed by a delicious dessert. Our cakes are all made in house and are a perfect treat with a tea or coffee. We have regular fun filled themed lunches and tea parties which are a great way to meet new people. Pop in and try for yourself!



Have you thought about volunteering in your local community?


We’re all about people here at the Guild, customers, clients and volunteers alike. You could work in our café serving meals and snacks; become a trained befriender; help in our shop in Mitcham.


Click here to find out more or contact our Volunteer Co-ordinator for more information T 020 8946 0735 or E volunteer@wimbledonguild.co.uk

Woman meditating by the sea

Introduction to the core skills of mindfulness - Saturday 28th October 2017


This workshop will provide an introduction to modern day secular mindfulness, and a brief overview of its historical origins, scientific and theoretical underpinnings, and outcome studies. The workshop costs £120. 10% discount for Wimbledon Guild counsellors and early-bird discount of 15% until 28th June 2017.
For more information click here.

Yoga class


Make yourself feel great! Join one of our Yoga classes


Yoga has proved so popular here at the Wimbledon Guild that we are now running two classes per week: Tuesday 12-1pm and Friday 10.30-11.30am. The friday class is with the same great class and teacher - just with a little more mat work. It's the same great price too! (£4).
T 020 8946 0735 or E info@wimbledonguild.co.uk.

Letape de tour


Fancy a New Challenge?


Click here to find out more about our NEW challenge events in aid of the Wimbledon Guild.


Stroke class

Exercise After Stroke


Focussing on muscle mobility, flexibility, strength, co-ordination and balance our classes can help you regain and maintain your independence.For more information contact

E info@wimbledonguild.co.uk or T 020 8946 0735.




Stroke class

Read our Annual Review


Our review of 2015/16 is available to view online. Click here to view it.












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The Wimbledon Guild of Social Welfare, Guild House, 30/32 Worple Road, Wimbledon, SW19 4EF. T: 020 8946 0735 W: wimbledonguild.co.uk
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