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Week starting Monday 15th August 2022
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  • Wednesday 9:00am - 6:00pm
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Get ready for Wimbledon with Atria, Watford 27 June – 10 July

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Now, I know what you’re thinking, why does everyone eat strawberries at Wimbledon? Research has shown it is because they are ‘berry’ delicious – sorry. .

Whether you are settling down at home in the garden to watch or heading to the BIG screen at Atria, let us get you game, set and match ready.

Bubbles o’clock?! Pick up a case of 6 from Marks and Spencer to ensure there is plenty to serve all the guests for just £60 (or why not splash out on a bottle of Moet for £38?)

It’s a tradition that we just can’t get enough of! Strawberries and cream are a must-have. Pick up a punnet of delicious juicy strawberries at Marks and Spencer’s and Strawberry clotted cream for £6.00.

Atria Loves: If you’re having guests over and are looking to impress, the BBC Good Food guide has created 30 yummy recipes that you can create with your strawberries and cream. www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/collection/wimbledon-recipes

You can’t have the sweet without the savoury. Marks and Spencer’s sandwich platters are a true delight for any Wimbledon Garden tea party. Collect in store and pick from an array of veggie and meat platters to satisfy all your spectators. From £15.00, let M&S do all the work while you take the credit.

Want to practice your serve?

Emma Radacanu has inspired a generation of tennis hopefuls and shown anything is possible.

Why not get on the court yourself or take the kids for a fun day out. First things first, you need a racket. You’re in luck!

The Babalot Nadal Racket from Sports Direct for £22.99 is a must-have – and you’ll need a few balls too £8.

You don’t have to hit the courts to have all the fun! The Slazenger Mini Tennis Net & Post Set (6m) for £96.00 will keep the kids entertained this summer in the garden.

Shop more tennis gear in store at Sports Direct today. From tennis shoes, clothing, balls, and bags, you will be, game, set, match, ready!

Fun fact. Around 54,000 tennis balls are used in the Wimbledon tournament, which are inspected and replaced every seven to nine game in order to keep them in optimum condition.

If you’re lucky enough to be heading to centre court over the two weeks, make a statement with our fashion top picks for him and her.

Now, we know strawberries are a must, but ladies, have you thought about wearing them too?

Embrace playful patterns in this Strawberry Print Midaxi Waisted Dress for £27.00 from Mark’s and Spencer’s.

Be bold in this stunning Floral Print Shirt Dress from Zara for £32.99. This long sleeve dress, featuring a matching belt and front button fastening is elegant and lightweight.

Orange is the new, well, orange. Make a statement in this Printed Cotton Dress from Mango for £39.99.


Fellas, the cameras are on you too. You can’t go wrong with a good chino at Wimbledon, so fellas, pick up the Slim Fit Cotton Chinos from H&M for £24.99.

Team your chinos with Slim-Fit Shirt in Oxford Stretch Cotton Shirt from Hugo Boss for £89.00.

Top Tip: Whilst there is no dress code for Wimbledon, any T-shirts that are sporting large logos or signs will be refused entry, so opt for a Polo or Oxford Shirt.

Ouse elegance with this two-piece Tailored Fit Blue Stripe Suit from Suit Direct for £190.00. You may not be in the royal box, but you can look like royalty.

Remember, you can watch all the action with us live at Atria on the BIG screen located outside Puttshack, and Next Beauty & Home.

We look forwarding to seeing you on court.


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