The island of Alderney has a new Womble trail of five wooden statues, sponsored by local businesses.
Three Wombles benches have been temporarily installed on the Piazza in Wimbledon town centre.
The BBC antiques game show Bargain Hunt has featured a lovely segment on the Wombles, with an interview with Kate and Marcus Robertson.
It’s 50 years since The Wombles first appeared on our TV screens in stop-motion animation, starting on 5 February 1973 on BBC1.
Mike Batt made a long-awaited appearance at London’s Bush Hall in November, and as promised, the set included a handful of Wombles songs.
Bernard Cribbins, the voice of the 1970s Wombles TV series, has died at the age of 93.
Elisabeth Beresford’s son and daughter joined some of the Wombles to unveil a unique sculpture at Plough Lane.
A VHS video enthusiast has digitised and shared an interesting American version of The Wombles with extra narration.
Prima magazine has published a knitting pattern for a cuddly Orinoco Womble.
Premium toy company Steiff have released an Orinoco Womble collectible, though the price tag reflects its target audience.
Orinoco, Great Uncle Bulgaria and Alderney appeared at COP26, the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.
The past and present Wimbledon football mascots, Wandle and Haydon, have appeared together for the first time, at Merton Heritage Discovery Day.