So they are closing giving no reason for the closure and giving Colliers Wood as an alternative. Totally useless for me and out of the way. If Smithscarries on with closures they will totally disappear. We already have three banks in Wimbledon why another, we need useful shops or we will turn into another Morden which has charity shops galore and precious little else of any use.
Andrew Bialkowski ● 2709d6 Comments
Does Fielders still stock books? It did when I was at school in Wimbledon (though that is a while ago)
Sara Nathan ● 2656d
Can anyone explain to me why Metro Bank would want to take on a new lease on this large site right now, given that if Crossrail have their way that whole block will be completely demolished in some 5 year's time to make way for a new Tramlink terminus?
Sally Gibbons ● 2677d
Metro Bank have said it's going to be a regional training centre for their staff (as well as a normal bank) - hence them needing that space.
WimbledonSW19 Editor ● 2677d
Well that's a shame. Especially about the Waterstones :( I hope they relocate somewhere else in Wimbledon. With WHSMith and Waterstones closing there isn't many book stores left.It's a shame it's a bank taking the premises as well. Obviously they are needed to an extent but they don't exactly add much character to the area. I must say though that it seems too much space for a Metro bank to take up. WHSmith would be large enough let alone the addition of Cargo and Waterstones?
Andy Busby ● 2702d
The rumour is that it could be Metro Bank. It seems Cargo is closing, as well as WH Smith and Waterstones.WH Smith closes next week. More info here:http://www.wimbledonsw19.com/default.asp?section=info&page=wimbledonwhsmithistoclose001.htm
WimbledonSW19 Editor ● 2703d