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The Draw: 30 June

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Championships begin: 3 July


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Wimbledon Foundation

Projects awarded Get Set, Get Active Fund grants in the London Borough of Merton

Age UK Merton to run dance classes, health walks, yoga and other fitness sessions for older people at risk of isolation.

CoDa Dance Company to deliver dance and creative movement-based workshops for people living with L’Hermittes and other neurological conditions.

Community Golf CIC to run golf sessions for older and disabled people.

Endeavour Youth Club to provide multi-sports sessions for young people in Morden.

Ethnic Minority Centre to provide spinning and Zumba sessions to improve fitness levels of isolated members of the BAME community in East Merton.

Jimmy Asher Foundation to run basketball sessions for young people at Pollards Hill Youth Service Centre.

Merton Hockey Club to run inclusive beginners’ sessions for young people who may not have had the opportunity to try hockey

Merton Mencap to provide gym club sessions, including swimming, badminton and cricket, for adults with learning disabilities.

Merton Voluntary Service Council to run exercise sessions, including yoga, Pilates and Zumba, for older people and those with mental health issues.

Positive Network Community Project to run Zumba Gold classes for vulnerable people including older and unemployed residents and those with disabilities.

Stress and Anxieties Communities Involvement to run exercise sessions including swimming for people with social anxiety disorder.

Tennis For Free to run free tennis sessions at Joseph Hood Recreational Ground in Morden and Tamworth Recreation Ground in Mitcham.

Unique Talent CIC to provide football coaching and mentoring for young people at risk of offending or gang involvement.

Uptown UK to run fitness and exercise sessions for young people at High Path Community Centre.

Wimbledon District Woodcraft Folk to run climbing, bouldering and rope activities for young people local to Colliers Wood.

Wimbledon Park Bowls Club to work with local primary schools in Merton and Wandsworth and pupils at Southfields Academy to introduce them to the sport of lawn bowls.

YMCA London South West to provide sports sessions for young people living on the High Path Estate.

Merton School Sports Partnership to continue running a swimming project in East Merton to ensure pupils aged 8-10 who cannot swim 25m have the chance to improve their skills, confidence and safety in water. 

Projects awarded Get Set, Get Active Fund grants in the London Borough of Wandsworth

Battersea Crime Prevention Panel to provide sports sessions for disadvantaged young people at the four-day Sport in the Park event.

Enable Leisure & Culture to help female pupils aged 12-15 in Wandsworth secondary schools to improve their fitness levels.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-Disability to support high needs patients take part in mixed sports sessions.

South London Laces to run futsal sessions for girls and women aged 16 and over at Caius House youth centre.

South London Tamil Welfare Group to run keep fit sessions for inactive older people from Tamil and BAME communities in Merton and Wandsworth.

Squash Squared to run squash sessions with tutoring and meals for disadvantaged students from Battersea.

St James’ Cricket Club to run cricket sessions for children and older inactive people from BAME backgrounds in Merton and Wandsworth.

Streatham Park Bowling Club to provide bowls equipment for new training sessions for young people and women.

The Hope for Wellbeing Project to run dance sessions for people recovering from mental health issues.

Wandsworth Access Association to run chair yoga classes for disabled people.