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Last Updated: 04/03/2016  
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Mother’s Day is early than usual this year and is being celebrated on the 6 March 2016, and the most important thing is not to forget this special day, especially if like many of us it has crept up on us.

Mother’s Day is time when all of us can say thank you to our Mum’s for everything they have done for us and our children throughout the year, whether you just send a card, or take her out for a dinner treat – it’s a great day to show our appreciation.


If you are looking at ideas this Mother’s Day, then there are some great things to do in the London and Wimbledon area, here are our top picks:


If you would like to bring a bit of sparkle into her day how about visiting our local award winning Winery, Denbies. They are offering a special Mother’s Day brunch and outdoor train tour for £29.50 per person, children under 12 £10. To find out more information please visit their website .

If your Mum enjoys flowers – let’s face it most Mum’s do, how about taking her to the Rose garden tour at Morden Hall Park, where she will be able to enjoy a guided tour around the beautiful Rose garden and learn about the history of the park. Tours are running between 11am-4pm Sunday 6 March.

If you have young children how about investing in a quality family shoot? So many of us with Smart phones we almost forget about making sure we have quality pics of our children which we don’t only want to use on Social Media. Check out Julia Boggio’s studio which is based in Wimbledon.

If you would like to offer your Mum some beauty treatments then why not buy her a voucher for a local beauty treatment, such as Ruby May, who offer all sorts of treatments from pedicures to massages.

If you fancy going further afield then how about taking your Mum into London for the day and treat her to a quintessentially British afternoon tea - on offer this Mother’s Day at the Aqua Shard, Bake-a-boo, Belgrave Pont St, Blue Bird, Claridges, Fortnum and Mason, The Dorchester and many more.