Tranquil family-friendly roads within a conservation area
"The stunning period blocks in Wimbledon offer grand environments."Thomas Lebbern
"Wimbledon Common is the perfect spot for a picnic, where you might even see riders from the local equestrian club."Thomas Lebbern
"At the heart of Wimbledon Village is St Mary's Church"Adrienne Wadsworth
Where do Copse Hill locals go?
An incredible home store in the heart of Raynes Park, with a great cafe in which to unwind from the shopping.
Submitted by Michael
Quirky cafe on Coombe Lane that's great for a quiet cup of tea or a quick catch up.
Submitted by Daniel
Light on the Common
This elegant restaurant serves delicious freshly prepared dishes, from light lunches to traditional favourites, including a mean steak and chips.
Submitted by Daisy
Jurassic Encounter Adventure Golf
A golf course with 18 holes, waterfalls, caves and putting greens, plus moving and even roaring dinosaurs.
Submitted by Mano
Rose & Crown
This traditional pub in Wimbledon Village serves a great Sunday roast. There's a lovely beer garden too, which is great for drinks in the summer.
Submitted by Daisy
The village is alive with such a variety of restaurants, pubs and bars. And there's lots happening when the tennis is on too. It's also close to Wimbledon Common, with a lake where you can feed the birds.
Submitted by Maureen
Cocktails, mocktails and more! This sophisticated bar serves food too.
Submitted by Faiza
The Dog & Fox
One of the busiest pubs in Wimbledon, hosting a hotel, a pub and a restaurant, which does a fabulous Sunday roast.
Submitted by Adam
This traditional Thai restaurant serves authentic food that is reasonably priced and delicious! It's a great place to go with a group of friends, as the dishes are perfect for sharing.
Submitted by Daisy
Why do you find Copse Hill a great place to live?
"We like living in Copse Hill because it does not feel like you live in London. There are mostly detached houses on the road. It is very green with lots of trees and near Wimbledon Common, the Golf course and it has a good tennis club, pub and riding stables on the doorstep. Yet it is possible to walk to Wimbledon village with it boutiques, and restaurants and a short ride on the bus down to the main part of Wimbledon with its... more
What do you like about Copse Hill?
Did you know?
"Gothic Lodge, Woodhayes Road was the first house in London to have a telephone, introduced by its owner engineer William Henry Preece in the late 1800s."
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Child-friendly activities near Copse Hill
Baby Sensory Wimbledon - Birth to 13 monthsChrist Church Hall
Baby Sensory's award winning baby development classes are now running in your area. You and your baby will experience different sensory activities designed to support your baby's sensory development every week and you are welcome to join at any time. Baby Sensory is an extremely popular Baby Development activity and many of our classes are fully booked, it is advisable to book early. Visitors are always welcome but please call in advance to reserve your place. Website
Musical ExpressSindbads Soft Play Café
Fun and interactive music and movement classes for pre-schoolers! With lots of time to play the percussion instruments and a new surprise each week. Website
Thula Mama-Wimbledon groupWimbledon village
Thula Mama (www.thulamama.co.uk) is a close harmony singing group for parents. We sing interesting and inspiring music from around the world, meet other new parents, and lull our babies to sleep with beautiful harmonies! Website
Ridgway StablesRidgway Stables
We have a wide selection of ponies carefully chosen for their kind temperament and experience in teaching children to ride a pony in the wonderful surroundings of Wimbledon Common. We have over 20 horses and ponies so adults and children get plenty of opportunity to ride. Our horses and ponies are trained to make the novice or expereinced rider feel at ease. Website
Caterpillar MusicThe Mansel Road Centre
Babies are never too young to enjoy Caterpillar Music and they enjoy watching other babies and older children- it encourages them to crawl, stand up and eventually start taking a few steps in order to follow the fun with the older children. Website
Little Teddies Parent, Baby and Child GroupSt John the Baptist Church Hall
Parent and toddler groups provide a place where parents/carers can take their young children to enjoy play activities and socialise. This group meets Tuesday mornings during term-time in the Andrews' Wing. A chance for local mothers, carers and their small children to meet and play together in a safe and comfortable environment. Each week there are craft activities, stories and songs, as well as many toys to play with. We are a parent run playgroup who are friendly and welcoming to children and parents! There is lots of space for children to run around and different activites each week. Its a chance for the children to have a play and parents to relax with a coffee!! Babies also welcome! Website
About Copse Hill
Copse Hill derives it's name from the extensive woodland which covered the area from ancient times. Now a conservation area, the area has unique character and appearance offering a quiet village atmosphere but within an easy reach to the capital. The area features beautiful properties from Edwardian villas to terraced houses, many of which are of architectural importance. Copse Hill offers plenty of opportunities for leisure and sporting activities such as tennis and cricket around the area. The area benefits from significant and unusual ecology with beautiful natural landscaping and open outdoor areas, which have become a characteristic feature of Copse Hill.
Local Estate Agencies
Why not explore some other local areas:
- Raynes Park
- New Malden
- Colliers Wood
- Worcester Park
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