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Unique property specialists, Urban Spaces, are hosting a Wimbledon themed charity fundraising event to raise funds for children's charity Rays of Sunshine. All proceeds raise from the event will go direct to help grant wishes for children with life-limiting illnesses.

Wrongballs of Wimbledon aims to bring the excitement of Wimbledon to Clerkenwell as well as providing the perfect opportunity to watch the finals on a big screen with fellow tennis enthusiasts. For those of you who just want to come and relax and enjoy the (hopefully sunny!) weather there will be much more going on for you to get involved with. In keeping with the theme there will be plenty of strawberries and cream and Pimm's, as well as the opportunity to enter the highly competitive table tennis tournament. There will also be a raffle (with some great prizes, generously donated by local businesses), 'Pin the Balls on Andy Murray' and later in the evening a sport- themed pub quiz!

Clerkenwell has been home to unique property specialists, Urban Spaces, for over 10 years and during that time Urban Spaces has raised over £10,000 each year for its chosen charities. This year they hope to raise over £30,000 for Rays of Sunshine. To see some of the amazing things this charity can make happen please check out their website The average wish costs £1,000 to fund, so hopefully by the end of the year they will have made 30 wishes come true. So it's well worth your time to come along and find out more.

Tickets £12 and include a buffet and live music in the evening. Buy you tickets now. Call 020 7251 4000 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. You can also donate via JustGiving page:
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