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Christmas at Battersea Power Station
See the twinkling lights and a family show at this Battersea landmark.
Throughout December enjoy craft workshops, festive menus and an colourful installation in the piazza.
Find out what's on at www.batterseapowerstation.co.uk/winter
Plus, see Michael Morpugo's Christmas show, Mimi and the Mountain Dragon, at The Village Hall from December 22 to 31. Buy tickets at www.skewbaldtheatre.com
Embassy Gardens Christmas lights switch-on
Get into the festive spirit in Nine Elms as Embassy Gardens' tree lights are switched on with live music.
Come down to enjoy mulled wine, hot chocolate and live music from Sherika Sherard. Tree decorations have been made by pupils at St George's primary school.
Health Tips for the Year Ahead at StudioRCA
Drop into this interactive poetry installation to pick up some tips and inspiration.
As we approach a new year, take time to turn to 3,000 years of poetry for some advice, humour, solace and wisdom.
Surround yourself with poems writ large on the walls, take time to listen to some poetry vinyl and self-medicate from the poetry prescriptions as you explore the installation.
Don't miss Christmas carols, mince pies and poems on December 14.
- Thursday, 3pm-9pm
- Friday, 12pm-6pm
- Saturday, 12pm-6pm
- Sunday 11am-5pm
The installation is conceived and curated by Helen Eastman and Anna Bruder and inspired by a poem by NJ Hynes.
For more event details visit the Live Canon website
Winter craft market
Local craft businesses selling gifts, hot food and drink, charity raffle.
Macmillan Mobile Information Support
Face-to-face, free and confidential cancer information and emotional support.
No appointment necessary - just turn up for this free service staffed by skilled Macmillan cancer information specialists.
- Monday 3 December - 10am to 4pm, Clapham Junction, by Asda Store, Lavender Hill SW11 1JG
- Tuesday 4 December - 9am to 4pm, Balham, Sainsburys Car Park, 147-151 Balham High Road SW12 9AU
Or phone the free support line 0808 808 00 00 or visit www.macmillan.org.uk