It is no secret that The Championships are the highlight of the British Summer’s sporting calendar but what may have been kept more under wraps is that a visit by Eunomia London is the social highlight of July.
This year’s Eunomia London Wimbledon trip was bolstered with a guest appearance from Bristol-based Andy Grant and a member of staff making their debut appearance, so the team left the office for the court in expectant spirits.
Mental preparations for the match had been brief, replaced instead with a G&T warm up which made the queuing (for which we now all own etiquette guides) quick and easy. Once Alex Davies and Dom had been returned by security (they swear they were innocent) the tennis could begin.
With their vantage point from Henman Hill (not Murray Mount – he had just been knocked out) Eunomia London saw Federer’s victory over Milos Raonic but missed out on a chance to see Djokovic who retired with an injury. The team stayed well hydrated with a respectable amount of Pimm’s (what else?) and finished the evening watching some mixed doubles, but whether the focus was more on talking about waste at that point is anyone’s guess!
All that was left was for Emma Tilbrook to add to her growing collection of Wimbledon mugs and for the suspected smugglers of contraband to retrieve their confiscated items. Despite the final score of love all, tennis was the real winner!