Tag Archive: Wandsworth

Builder ordered to appear in court over flytip found in Earlsfield park

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A local builder has been summonsed to appear before magistrates in connection with last month’s discovery of a large flytip in a park in Earlsfield. The man has been ordered to appear at Lavender Hill magistrates court in early December following a council decision to prosecute him following the incident. The flytip found on Garratt… Read More

Armistice Day services to honour war dead

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Two services of remembrance will be held in the borough next Friday to honour the memory of the men and women of the armed forces who have given their lives in the service of their country. Annual services of remembrance will be held in Battersea Park and at Wandsworth Town Hall at 11am on Armistice… Read More

Wandsworth Shorts Film Fund Launch 2017

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Wandsworth Shorts Film Fund Launch Wandsworth Council is looking to provide £3,500 of funding to two budding film makers through the Wandsworth Short Film Fund. The grant can be used to assist in the production or completion of short film projects and the scheme is open to film makers who live, work or study in… Read More

Discover your High Street project wins Heritage Lottery Fund support

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Discover your High Street Vision Redbridge Culture & Leisure and a consortium of 6 other outer London boroughs has received £76,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for an exciting new project, The Streets: Discover your High Street. The project will take place in 7 outer London boroughs: Redbridge, Richmond upon Thames, Waltham Forest, Greenwich,… Read More

Network Rail Survey Wandsworth Common

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Due to the extensive flooding that affected railway lines near Wandsworth Common in June 2016, Network Rail will be carrying out a survey of the Common to identify any potential drainage issues that may have contributed to this flooding. The aim is to provide recommendations to prevent this happening again in the future. The survey… Read More

Exploring Nine Elms

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Regeneration inspires youth creativity Young people from across Nine Elms on the South Bank  have worked alongside artists and designers to get inspired by the local area’s fast moving regeneration programme. Architect Wendy Smith worked with secondary students from St John Bosco College to explore masterplanning with New Covent Garden Market. Jasper Sutherland, a communications… Read More

Home is where the art is

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Discover the art behind the doors of Wandsworth artists this October This October come and take a peek at amazing art behind normally closed doors as around 100 artists invite you into their homes and exhibition spaces – offering an informal and relaxed setting in which to browse, buy and talk about the various artworks… Read More

Cultivate

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Cultivate is a creative education project for young people, part of a cultural and place making programme focused on the Nine Elms regeneration area. Led by Wandsworth Council and the Nine Elms Vauxhall Partnership, this ambitious programme aims to establish a vibrant new centre for arts, life and culture on London’s South Bank and to ensure the… Read More

Public asked for feedback on £65k Latchmere Rec parks cash

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Residents who spend time enjoying the green open spaces of a small park in Battersea are being asked for their ideas on how a £65,000 windfall could best be spent. The council’s parks contractor, Enable, has commissioned an independent survey asking local people how the Latchmere Recreation Ground could be improved. Latchmere Rec is in… Read More