Wimbledon, London

All England Lawn Tennis Club, Wimbledon

WHEN: Friday 29 May, 1pm-5.30pm
WHAT: Tour of the world-famous courts, led by Head Groundsman Neil Stubley
WHERE: Wimbledon, London
PRICE: £65

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UPDATE: THE EVENT HAS NOW SOLD OUT. If you would like to be put on a waiting list in case of cancellations, please send an email to Paula Sargeant at Perennial.

Join us for an afternoon at the prestigious All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club; home, of course, to the Wimbledon Championships, the only Grand Slam tennis event still held on grass.

Our tour takes place on 29 May, exactly one month before the start of the world famous tournament itself. We are honoured that our tour will be led by Neil Stubley, Head Groundsman of the Club, who is taking time out from his incredible preparation schedule.

We will have two hours in his company, getting an in-depth look behind the scenes as well as and the iconic turf itself, as well as exploring the picnic terraces, many of the players’ facilities, the Millennium Building and the gorgeous water gardens with their amazing views over London.

Following the tour, tea will be served in the Wingfield Café where we will enjoy fresh scones with jam and cream, strawberries and refreshing pots of either Indian or herbal teas. After tea, we will be free to explore the state-of-the-art Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum with interactive exhibits, including a 200-degree cinema.

It is packed with tennis memorabilia including the original Wimbledon champions’ trophies. An exceptional afternoon out; and we are proud to have the special support of Neil Stubley and the All England Club.

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