Lady Wimbledon kicks the Summer off in style with this super glamorous and friendly party for local charities, businesses, and residents at Cannizaro House on Wimbledon Common.
Charlie Shakespeare presents, and local talent Wayne Woodward wows the guests with his amazing voice.
If you're new to 360 degree video, here's a little treat... Filmed at Lady Wimbledon's VIP Tennis party in Cannizaro House, voiceover by the talented @CharlieShakes. Remember to pan around the action. Click and drag with a mouse, or plug in some VR goggles and have a look around. You control the camera!
South West London TV and Lady Wimbledon were invited to Centre Court ahead of this year's tennis championships to find out more about the amazing projects supported and funded by the Wimbledon Foundation.
Original sound track composed for SWL.TV by local London talent Joel Mitchell:
Sound Cloud: https://soundcloud.com/mb24ss
Wimbledon BookFest partnered with Chocolate Films to teach sixth formers film making skills in a project funded by the Wimbledon Foundation. Sixth formers from 8 local schools took part and made short documentary films profiling individuals from the local community as part of the London wide project 1000londoners.com. Film subjects included actor Arnold Oceng, literary agent Peter Straus and GP Siyana Shaffi, who is running a project with refugees in Greece.
Participating schools were St Mark's Academy, Graveney, Wimbledon College, Southfields Academy, Raynes Park High, Ricards/Rutlish (RR6) and Ursuline High.
The films will be released on www.1000londoners.com every Monday from 17 October 2016. Click here to see the first film released featuring Peter Straus:
A public exhibition about the project is on display at the Wingfield Café at the AELTC. All welcome [Tues 18 October-Sun 13 November, 10am-5pm, Admission free]
Kindly edited by Jo French: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/frenchjo
Denise Waterman introduces Mike Mitchell from Hemingways in Wimbledon Village... From 2nd to 5th June Mike will be enduring a Tennis "Marathon" for charity. To find out more and support him in this gruelling endeavour, please follow the links:
Laura Cornelius was invited to join local charities at an exclusive reception hosted by Wimbledon All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC). Join her for a sneak peek behind the scenes and to find out more about the charitable work the Foundation does supporting its local communities.
In the first of a series of interviews with local celebrities and sports personalities from South West London, Denise Waterman introduces celebrity presenter and TV chef Ainsley Harriott who talks about Wimbledon, Wandsworth, diet, and the importance of sport.
Ainsley gave this interview in support of the Wimbledon Sporting Project, for further details go to: