Wandsworth Heritage Festival

Talk: Wandsworth in the First World War Paul McCue

Tuesday 31 May at 6.30pm

Battersea Library, 265 Lavender Hill, Battersea SW11 1JB

Organised in association with Enable Leisure and Culture.

Historian and author Paul McCue will speak about his research on the Battersea and Wandsworth Battalions and their experiences in the trenches. Archivist Ruth MacLeod will discuss life in the Borough during the war, as written up in the blog: ww1wandsworth.wordpress.com

Free, booking essential as places are limited: whf2016ww1.eventbrite.com


Walk: Heritage Trees of Tooting Common

Tuesday 31 May at 3pm and Wednesday 1 June at 7pm

Meet by the drinking fountain on the corner of Dr Johnson Avenue/Tooting Bec Road

Organised by Tooting Common Heritage Project in association with Enable Leisure and Culture.

The Common is home to many veteran trees and tree avenues which are an important part of its natural heritage. Join this guided walk and learn about their biological, historical and cultural significance.

Free, no booking required.


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