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Many famous people have been linked with Wimbledon but Wimbledon is so much more than just the famous. Many of these fascinating people and important or interesting events were captured by the Wimbledon Society for a weekly Heritage series in the online version of the Wimbledon Guardian newspaper. All of those that appeared in the first full year of this series, 2011-12, are included in Heritage Tales. A fun and fact filled history of Wimbledon book.

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Facsimile reprint of the original 1874 rules of tennis (2nd edition) by the game's inventor, Major Wingfield.

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The story of Nelson and Lady Hamilton and their time at Merton Place. 20pp.

Book price: £2.50 plus P&P

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An anthology of ghost stories by Sir Thomas Jackson, first published in 1919.

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Between 1865 and 1965 Wimbledon underwent a transformation from growing Surrey village to suburb of the newly-enlarged Greater London.

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An introduction to the life of Wimbledon Common over the past 100 years and the work done by the Conservators to keep it in its wild state.

Book price: £5.99 plus P&P*

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The growth of the village over the centuries illustrated by a series of maps, together with explanatory text.

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Elegant gift book for tennis fans: the history of the game, the AELTC, the championships and the Village.

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Local photographer, Dr Simon Joseph, takes photographic images from the past and rephotographs them from the same viewpoint. Fully illustrated, 105 pages.

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When William Bartlett first saw the Parish of Wimbledon in 1860 it was just beginning its transformation from sleepy Surrey village to busy London suburb.

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