The streets of Wimbledon are set to be transformed into a winter wonderland for a day of festive family entertainment.

For the first time Love Wimbledon will be closing the Broadway to traffic on Sunday, December 1, for an all day Christmas spectacular featuring dance group Flawless, rides, events and entertainment.

A main stage will feature a mix of theatre, dance and music, including Britain’s Got Talent's, Flawless, alongside other attractions including a walk in snow globe, reindeer rodeo, shoot the goal with AFC Wimbledon, Christmas pudding bouncy castle, a snow board simulator and a carousel.

Street entertainers including magicians and unicyclists will be roaming the streets and there will even be the chance for children to visit Father Christmas in his grotto.

AFC Wimbledon’s manager Neal Ardley and his players will also be joining in the fun along with Haydon the Womble at the Centre Court Shopping Centre from 12 noon.

The players and Ardley will take part in a Q & A session before giving fans the chance to meet them.

Outside AFC Wimbledon’s Community Football Scheme will be hosting an inflatable penalty shoot out.

Helen Clark Bell, manager of Love Wimbledon, says: "This year we have a whole lot more happening, it’s a full day of entertainment and magical Christmas events for the whole family.

"For the first time we are taking over the streets, this gives visitors a bigger and even better Wimbledon Winter Wonderland experience with a splendid choice of attractions in town."

The day will be rounded off with a fire work display courtesy of Centre Court shopping centre.

Entertainment will take place from noon to 6pm in Wimbledon’s town centre.

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