We have an established events team, responsible for organising and facilitating a variety of events in Wandsworth's parks and open spaces including the spectacular Battersea Park fireworks display.
Find out more about events in our parks and open spaces, including the iconic Battersea Park
Events are also arranged across our services. You can use the calendar to view events on any date or use the search forms at the bottom of this page.
Battersea Dogs & Cats Home Reunion and Fun Day
A fun day out for all the family packed with stalls, dog shows, games and refreshments - and everyone is invited!
Happening today, 28 July 2014
Coping with cancer stress
A free online course to help you reduce anxiety, feel calmer and more relaxed.
Paul's Cancer Support Centre in Battersea is running this new 'flexible' online course to teach relaxation and coping skills.
You can sign up for this course and start it at any time. The course is flexible so that participants can take part in 12 sessions at their own pace, when they feel well enough.
Partners, family members and carers are also encouraged to take part so they can provide support to the person with cancer and learn to deal with their own stress. Although this is an online course, participants are not expected to have advanced computer skills and there is an IT support person if anyone has any IT problems during the course.
Booking and further information
- Visit the Adult Care Information Service website to find care and support services
Sound Minds Community Choir
Free and open to all, this new choir meets on Monday evenings in Battersea
The choir is organised by the local user-led charity and social enterprise Sound Minds. It’s free, it’s open to anyone and no previous experience is necessary.
It meets on Mondays from 4pm to 6pm at Battersea Chapel, opposite Falconbrook School on Wye Street, which is close to Clapham Junction station and Sound Minds’ studio in Battersea. Contact Sound Minds to enrol.
WW1 Centenary: All and Everyone - the town Hall in the Great War
Exhibition on how the local area endured WW1.
Battersea Town Hall had a vital and versatile role during the First World War: a tribunal for conscientious objectors, a recruitment centre, a meeting place for the Women’s Social and Political Union, an air raid shelter.
This exhibition is about how the local area endured the Great War. It is a snapshot of our history and the people who have passed through these doors.
www.bac.org.uk or call 020 7223 2223.