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.

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Wandsworth Mobility Forum - Have your say on Accessible Transport in Wandsworth

The Mobility Forum provides an opportunity for elderly and disabled people to tell us of their experiences with transport in Wandsworth, and to meet operators and providers

Hear what is being done to make transport more accessible in Wandsworth.

For further information or to book a place, please contact John Slaughter or Helen Griffin:


Happening today, 24 November 2014

Bedford Ward Panel meeting

Advise Safer Neighbourhood Teams about local community crime.

Safer Neighbourhood Ward Panels are locally based, and Metropolitan Police managed, community/police engagement and consultation groups.

The aim of Ward Panels is to advise Metropolitan Police Safer Neighbourhood Teams (SN Teams) about local community crime and disorder concerns which should enable SN Teams to decide promises and priorities which are intended to match community concerns.

Ward Panels are an instrumental part of local police engagement in London.

Find out more about Ward Panels.

Community cookery class (morning class)

Would you like get cooking with people from your local group, community centre, church, school or nursery?

We are offering professional training for those interested in running groups, and help to buy new equipment.

The application process is now open and we would like to invite groups to submit an application to set up their very own cookery club.

For more information, contact Fanta Bojang on 020 8871 5051 or

There will be no sessions over the October half term (27 to 31 October)

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

Find out more about Paul's Cancer Support Centre or find out about booking the course online.

Walking football for over 50s

Every Monday at Battersea Sports Centre.

Walking football is simply a slower-paced version of the game we all know. Endorsed by the London Football Association, walking football has been designed for over 50s to help them keep active and is an excellent sport for those wanting to try something new.

Further information

Find out more by calling Battersea Sports Centre on 020 8871 8529 or by email:

WW1 Centenary: The Half Moon Camp

Production marking the centenary of the Great War.

The Half Moon Camp will explore the story of seduction and Holy War on the Western Front. Two brothers are part of a regiment in the Lahore division - the first British-Indian army units to arrive in Europe. One brother has "gone over" (influenced by the Turkish Pasha's call for a jihad against the British) while the other brother is captured while fighting in the trenches, and is seduced by a German officer to join the jihadi battalion forming among the captured Indian soldiers - a battalion that would launch skirmishes against British lines along the Western Front.

Focusing on the dynamic between captured brother Mohammed, his traitor brother Amir and the German officer, Half Moon Camp explored notions of allegiance in a world shattered by war.

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