Wimbledon was treated to a magical day of Christmas celebrations as Winter Wonderland came alive.

The popular event, organised by Love Wimbledon, returned to The Broadway on Sunday (December 2), as the road was closed of for people to enjoy the sights and sounds.

Thousands were treated to festive performances, market stalls, street entertainment and children’s rides.

Performers from theatres New Wimbledon and Polka entertained on stage as well as choirs and dance groups.

A giant snowman bouncy castle, roller-skating Christmas pudding and stilt walking ice queen brought the magic of the season to Wimbledon.

Businesses got involved as Centre Court Shopping hosted a stage with performances all day, Elys department store had brass band performances and Franca Manca pleased the crowd with a pizza stand at the event.

Favourites such as ‘live ice carving’ and the snowboard simulator were back as well as the ‘magical marquee' which provided a covered area for families to sit, enjoy hot food and take in all the festive fun.

Sally Warren from Love Wimbledon said: "What a special day Wimbledon Winter Wonderland was this year.

"We had a fantastic array of local talent on stage and activities for all the family.

"The market was magical and we saw a great many families come out for the event this year.

"Seeing children’s faces light up really makes all the hard work worth it."

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