Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Socially inclusive curling

Wimbledon, in South West London, is linked in most of our minds with the sport of tennis, or perhaps even the Wombles, on Wimbledon Common. I certainly didn't know that at the close of the nineteenth century Wimbledon had, because of the sport of curling, 'become a sort of Scottish colony'.

David B Smith explains all in his post on the Curling History Blog today, see here.