Anyone for Pimms?

Wimbledon day three and five Britons through to the second round, Murray eases past a tricky customer in the form of Davydenko.

At the Butler and Hill base just of the river in Wandsworth we are expecting more travel fun as we are just down the road from SW19. If I am not cycling in all week I might just get the train home one day this week and crack out one of our site centred aerial jigsaw puzzles.

Site centred jigsaw

There is often a regular crowd on my commute home, but to celebrate the Wimbledon tennis championships I might just start doing a Butler and Hill puzzle, that I have had done centred on centre court, coving the all the courts and the surrounding area. No doubt this will either go down well or I will be known, as the bloke that does jigsaws on the train.

Starting with the special central shaped piece, watch the aerial view of a landmark or neighbourhood come to life piece by piece.

Butler & Hill also have a great range of map gifts, from a wide range of Map Jigsaws to Personalised World Maps.