Wimbledon is the oldest international tennis event in the world so there’s no wonder that it’s an event steeped in tradition. The location is iconic, the competitors are required to dress “almost entirely” in white and the players are referred to as “ladies” and “gentlemen” as a nod towards the early days when tennis was a sport played by aristocrats – it’s all quite quintessentially British.
From the long-standing traditions to the thrill of Wimbledon being the only tennis game that’s still played on a grass court, there’s a lot to get excited about when it comes to Wimbledon.
But what is our favourite Wimbledon tradition? Out of all the traditions and quirks of Wimbledon, the symbolic snack of choice has got to be our favourite. Wimbledon and Strawberries are a match made in heaven.
Here at The Farm we love our fresh Strawberries served with a helping of sweet and velvety cream washed down with a refreshing glass of Pimms or a truly British cup of tea.
To ensure only the best and freshest strawberries are on offer they are picked each day from the fields around The Farm to be enjoyed by guests on the same day! So, when we say the strawberries are fresh, we mean fresh!