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Shoppers at the London Designer Outlet in Wembley can watch Wimbledon on big screens

PUBLISHED: 13:44 29 June 2015 | UPDATED: 13:44 29 June 2015

Big screens transmitting Wimbledon matches will be outside the London Designer Outlet (Pic credit: PA/Adam Day)

Big screens transmitting Wimbledon matches will be outside the London Designer Outlet (Pic credit: PA/Adam Day)

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Shoppers in Wembley need not miss out on watching the tennis matches at Wimbledon thanks to big screens outside the London Designer Outlet.

Visitors can sit in a free deckchair and enjoy the annual two-week long sporting event that kicks off today at their leisure.

All shops in the 350,000sq ft centre offer discounts of up to 70 per cent of retail prices (30 per cent minimum) and in addition visitors can also enjoy a meal at 20 eateries or catch a movie at the nine-screen Cineworld.

Other screenings taking place throughout the summer include The Lego Movie, Paddington, The Goonies and Donnie Darko.

For more details londondesigneroutlet.com.

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