People’s Question Time for Wandsworth on 11 March

There will be an opportunity to question the London Mayor Sadiq Kahn and members of the London Assembly at Battersea Arts Centre on Wednesday 11 March. The session starts at 7pm and will be chaired by our Assembly Member Leonie Cooper.

For details and booking (which is essential) see


Tours around the Ram Brewery

Brewery and Stable Tours are now being offered around the former Youngs Brewery, now the Ram Quarter. There is an the opportunity to dig deeper into the heritage of the iconic buildings on a guided tour led by John Hatch, brewer and raconteur extraordinaire.

Visitors will be taken behind the scenes for a journey through the London landmark, including the old stables where the Shire horses used to be kept and the nanobrewery itself.

Brewery tours will operate on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays starting at 2.30pm and lasting just under an hour. Cost is £15 adults; £5 children. To book Book online here:

Talk on Regeneration of the Wandle

On Thursday 6 February Jess Mead, project officer at the South East Rivers Trust, will be talking to the Wandsworth Common WI about the regeneration of the River Wandle , the issues the river faces and what we can do to help. From managing invasive species like Himalayan Balsam to bringing back trout and eels, the Trust has done a lot to turnaround a polluted industrial waterway and turn it into a thriving ecosystem.  7.30pm meeting in the Vestry Hall, Wiseton Road, SW17 7EE. £5. The WI is a women only organisation.

Battersea Society Film Night

Thursday 20 February 2020
6.30 for 7.00pm at the Royal College of Art, Battersea. SW11 4AN
The Deadly Affair is a gripping 1966 British spy thriller based on John le Carré’s first novel.  It stars James Mason, Simone Signoret and Maximillian Schell and was directed by Sidney Lumet.  
See if you can spot the scenes filmed in Battersea and Chelsea!
Royal College of Art, Dyson Building, 1 Hester Road, London SW11 4AN
£5 donation on the door
Registered Charity Number 1103560