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Clapham Film Discussion Group

The film group has been running since 2001, and was set up as a forum for people with an interest in discussing films in an informal way. We meet every other Monday for the six to seven o'clock showing and discuss it afterwards in the Clapham Picturehouse bar.

ClearVision

Postal Lending Library - Children's Books in Print & Braille

ClearVision is a UK postal lending library of mainstream children's books with added braille. Our books all have braille (or Moon), print and pictures, making them suitable for visually-impaired and sighted children and adults to share.

Colour House Theatre

Children's Theatre - Parties - Theatre School

Colour House is open for a wonderful variety of theatre shows, Children's Parties & Theatre Shcool. Our established Children's Theatre and has now produced and staged over 85 original musical adaptations of famous fairy tales entertaining over 100,000 kids along the way!

Community Clubs

Multi-Sports Sessions for all disabled people

DSC Community Clubs are fun, accessible clubs that provide Paralympic and multi-sports for disabled people aged 11 and over. Club Wandsworth has recently moved to the brand new sports hall at Caius House Youth Centre. It is a well-attended Club where the participants are true sport enthusiasts.

Connexions SW17

Specialist careers advice for young people 13 - 19

Connexions is a service for young people aged 13-19 (up to 25 years old if they have a learning difficulty, disability or special need). Personal Advisors provide specialist careers guidance and can give practical support that young people need to make positive decisions and choices in life.

Contact a Family

For Families with disabled children

Contact a Family exists to support the families of disabled children whatever their condition or disability. Our vision is that families with disabled children are empowered to live the lives they want and achieve their full potential for themselves, for the communities they live in and for society.

Contact the Elderly

A Lifeline of Friendship

We organise monthly Sunday afternoon tea parties for people aged 75 and over, who live alone with little or no support from friends, family or statutory services. The afternoons are full of fun and laughter and make a real difference to the lives of our older guests.

Cooking Club

South West London Vineyard

Come and join us as we gather people from around The Yard who want to learn to cook healthy, delicious food that won't blow the budget. We meet weekly on Wednesdays at 1:00pm in Putney.

CooksForce

Learn basic cooking skills for free

A great opportunity to learn a new skill and to have a good time for free. Improve your basic cooking knowledge in groups of six to ten, through three sessions or more. A community cooking project designed to inspire good practices in the kitchen and wholesome meals from scratch, at home.

COW (Church on Wednesdays)

COW meets every Wednesday lunchtime for food (no charge), worship, fellowship and prayer. It is very relaxed, very informal and a safe place to meet others and learn some great stuff about following Jesus and his power to heal and change us.

Cowick Road

Sheltered Housing Scheme

A single person's sheltered sheme situated in a residential road in Totterdown Fields conservation area. Set allong both sides of a quiet road in close proximity to multi-cultural Tooting and just a stone's throw from the town centre.

Crossroads Care- Richmond & Kingston upon Thames

We're the people Carers turn to.

Crossroads Care Richmond and Kingston upon Thames strives to relieve the stresses of relatives and friends caring for someone who has a disability or chronic illness.

Crossworld FC

more than a football club

Crossworld is a charity that uses football as a means of empowering young people seeking sanctuary who are separated from their families, many of whom have arrived recently in the UK. For the players, as one put it recently, Crossworld is 'a second family'.

Dangerous Club

free kids club

The Dangerous Club for Boys and Girls is our free kids club for years 4 -6 (Ages 7-11) It runs on the last Friday of every month, 6.30 to 8pm.

Deafblind UK

Deafblind UK is a national charity offering specialist services and human support to deafblind people and those who have progressive sight and hearing loss acquired throughout their lives.

Dementia Support Service

Alzheimers Society UK

This support service provides telephone information and advice and one to one visits to people with dementia and their carers.

Devas Youth Club

Youth Club - 11-19 years

Devas is a large purpose-built youth club offering a wide-range of activities, including: table tennis, pool, football, basketball, IT/internet, dance, boxing, martial arts and a impressive music recording studio. There is also a chill-out room and fully equipped gym!

Digital Music Programme - Electronic Logic

Mental Health Support

” Electronic Logic” is a 10 week long course for people with experience of mental health problems who would like to develop their musical interests, skills and confidence through taking part in a digital music programme.

Disability Sport

Sport & Physical Activity

Please get in touch to find out about sport for disabled children or adults in Wandsworth!

Disability Watersports

For Disabled Young People

Our Summer Watersports sessions return this summer at Wimbledon park. Sessions are aimed specifically for disabled young people and staff are on hand to offer guidance and assistance. Activities will include Sailing, Canoeing and Kayaking.

DisabledGo

Disabled access information in Wandsworth

DisabledGo is the UK's leading provider of online access guides for a huge range of places of interest. Working in partnership with Wandsworth Borough Council, we provide information on the accessibility of shops, restaurants, leisure facilities, council offices & other buildings across the borough.

Do Your Own Thing

Heart N Soul

If you are aged 10 to 25, have a learning disability and are talented then we want to hear from you! Heart n Soul's Do Your Own Thing, creative sessions happen once a month on Saturday afternoons. They offer young people new to the arts training in music, dance, drama, DJing and digital arts.

Dolphins Swimming Club

Special Needs Swimming Club

Dolphins is a term-time swimming club for children over 5 and adults with learning disabilities or mild physical disabilities. Sessions are held at Latchmere Leisure Centre on Friday Evenings (during term time) from 7.30-9pm.

DORCAS

Doing Others Right Caring And Sharing

DORCAS is a Non-profit community organisation run solely by volunteers. We work with the local community to promote healthy living, well-being and positive development for individuals from all walks of life, through a variety of daily activities.

downsyndrome OK

Offering help and support in South East England

downsyndrome OK is a parent led, registered Charity offering help and support to families, professionals and people with Down's Syndrome in Surrey, Sussex and South London.

Earlsfield Library

Public Library

We aim to inspire people and encourage a sense of place through libraries with books, information, learning, online access and services for every resident in spaces that bring local communities together.

Earlsfield Reminiscence Group

Earlsfield Library

Talk about our memories of life in Earlsfield. Meets the last Monday in the month unless it is a Bank Holiday in which case meetings are held the week before 2.00pm-4.00pm

Earlsfield's Very own Kint and Crochet group

Knitting & Crochet Group

Come and join in-learn to knit crochet or bring something along that you are working on already We are a small and friendly knitting and crochet group. We meet Twice in the month and it's on Thursday's.its every other Thursday in the month Tea and biscuits provided.

East Hill Baptist Church

Embracing Wandsworth for Jesus

East Hill Baptist Church is a diverse church community, united around our faith in Jesus Christ. Located in central Wandsworth, we aim to play an active role both in the church and the wider community.

Elays Network

Youth Empowering their Peers

The Elays Network is a youth project, not only for young people but lead BY young people too! We offer a range of positive activities which support creativity, physical activity and education, with the aim of having a positive knock on effect for our members and their communities.

Enhanced Children's Centre

For young children in Wandsworth with extra support needs

The Enhanced Children's Centre is a provision specifically for families with young children (0-5 years) with special educational needs, complex medical needs and disabilities.

Eritrean Muslim Community Association

Supporting the Eritrean community in the UK

The Eritrean Muslim Community Association is a charity, which aims to address the social, welfare and cultural needs of members of the Eritrean community in in the UK.

Ethnic Minorities Advocacy Group

EMAG

The Ethnic Minorities Advocacy Group, is an independent voluntary organisation working for equality and fairness in the Black and Ethnic Minority communities living and working in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.

Ex-carers Support Group

Wandsworth Carers Centre

This is a group where people who have stopped caring for someone can have a cake and a cup of tea and receive support to help you get started on your own life after caring. We meet every fortnight on Wednesday afternoons 2 - 4pm.

Exercise on Referral

Wandsworth

Exercise on Referral is a programme, where GP's or medical professionals can refer patients for exercise at their local gym to treat a medical condition.

FACE - Furzedown Annual Charity Events

Join us and support Furzedown

FACE is a group of neighbours in the Furzedown area of tooting, South London, who decided to get together and raise money for local causes affecting those close to us.

Family Information Service

Your Family Friendly Guide

The service has information on how to find: - childcare, including nannies; - education; - family support services; - financial support for families; - activities to do with your child; - working in childcare; - health information; - school holiday activities.

Family Learning

Fun sessions for all the family!

Wandsworth Family Learning is part of the council's Lifelong Learning Service. It offers a free programme ranging from one-off workshops to longer courses involving dads, mums, carers and children aged 0-16.

FiSH Neighbourhood Care- Barnes, Mortlake and East Sheen ONLY

Voluntary neighbourhood help for the residents of Barnes, Mortlake and East Sheen.

FiSH combats loneliness and social isolation in older and vulnerable people living in Barnes, Mortlake and East Sheen, enabling them to live independent and dignified lives. We connect the community through a volunteer network offering friendship, support and practical help.

Free Cakes For Kids UK

Wandsworth group

Free Cakes for Kids is a community service to families who find it difficult to provide a birthday cake for their child. The cakes are baked by volunteers from your community with your kid's favourite theme or style. Free, friendly and confidential.

Friends of Projects by the Blind (Wandsworth)

Raising funds for projects by blind people in Wandsworth.

We are a registered charity, committed to raising funds to supply transport and any other requirements for projects by blind or visually impaired people.

FST - Battersea Lions FC

Football skills coaching

Battersea Lions FC is an after school football project providing quality football skills coaching alongside valuable personal and social development for under 19s.

Furzedown Community Network

The Furzedown Community Network (FCN), is made up of local people keen to promote a sense of community in Furzedown. We work to improve our neighbourhood, which includes organising the annual Furzedown Festival and smaller events such as quiz nights.

Future Skills Training - FST

delivering training and support to at risk young people

We are a small local charity that invests in young people enabling them to re-engage in the learning process. We strongly believe in the power of relationships which we build with all our young people enabling us to engage those most hard to reach.

Gardening Club

Doddington and Rollo Community Roof Garden

Paul's Cancer Support Centre provides a gardening club in partnership with The Doddington and Rollo Community Roof Garden. Anyone is welcome to visit the garden each Wednesday from 12.30pm.

Generate

Opportunities for people with learning disabilities

Generate is a charity that aims to create better days and better lives for people with a learning disability by working together with them and the people who know them well. We aim to help provide purpose, develop independence and encourage connections through people, places and activities.

Girlguiding London South West

Part of the UK's leading charity for girls & young women

We give girls a space where they can be themselves,have fun, build friendships, gain valuable life skills and make a positive difference to their lives and communities. We build girls' confidence and raise their aspirations, giving them the chance to discover their potential and be a force for good.

Go Anywhere, Do Anything

Share

Go Anywhere, Do Anything is a project at Share that supports people with learning disabilities to make the most out of London. We'd like to encourage people to try new things, from rollercoasters to rollerdiscos. We are interested in finding out what makes people happy, and then making it happen.

GoodGym

Do Good, Get Fit

GoodGym helps you get fit by doing good. We’re a group of runners that combines regular exercise with helping our communities. You can run in a pack, do one off missions to help vulnerable people or commit to visit an isolated older person every week. We run all over London every week.

Group 64

Theatre for Young People

Group 64 is a dynamic & exciting Young People's Community Theatre Company. We believe in giving young people the opportunity to reach their creative potential in a safe and fun environment. We offer drama classes, opportunities to be in productions, holiday projects and much more!

Group Fitness Classes

BoxFit-Multi Sports-Insanity-P90X-Bootcamp-PiYo-Boxercise

D-Man Fitness founded by Dorian JONES. Our goal is to provide you with a 360 degree approach to healthy living from the inside-out. We want you to experience the ultimate body transformation that not only incorporates exercise and fitness but includes a healthy awareness of nutrition and wellbeing.

Growing community & a garden on the Doddington estate in Battersea

Community garden growing healthy produce to share

Open Saturdays 10am - 1pm & Wednesdays 12:30 - 3:30pm. Volunteer run garden on the roof of the DRCA. We grow fruit, veg & herbs. There are two lawns, flowers, mature trees & benches to sit & enjoy the garden. Volunteers welcome! We provide all tools, gloves, seeds etc. Come & meet us!

HAIL

Living. Learning. Working. Loving

HAIL supports people with a learning disability, mental health, autism and other vulnerable people to lead their own lives.

HAIL Wandsworth Hub

HAIL Wandsworth Community Hub

The HAIL Community Hub is a true community venue offering a range of opportunities, activities and services. The Hub is a friendly and welcoming environment.

Ham & Petersham SOS

Neighbourhood care group

Ham and Petersham SOS is a neighbourhood care group for elderly and disabled residents of Ham and Petersham. We provide transport, weekly activities, monthly outings and practical help.

Hampton Wick and South Teddington Old Peoples Welfare Committee

Social Club for People over 60

The Old Peoples Welfare Committee is a relaxed and informal good fellowship club. We offer a friendly and supportive environment to play cards, scrabble, board games, knit, read or just chat over tea and cakes. We meet every Wednesday afternoon in Hampton Wick.

Happy Days

Helping children experience what life has to offer

Happy Days are a national children's charity dedicated to providing courageous kids, with additional support needs, with magical experiences and respite breaks, bringing happiness and hope to them and their families.

Hard of Hearing Group

Social group and advisory service for hard of hearing

Meetings held on 2nd Friday of each month. We host guest speakers and organise visits to places of interest. We currently also operate as an advisory service, so feel free to drop in with any queries. All are Welcome, hard of hearing or just interested. To find us...

Harvest of Grace Trinity Centre

Supporting people in Wandsworth

Harvest of Grace Trinity Centre is a voluntary organisation that provides hot meals every Saturday in Wandsworth for those in need, especially older people and homeless people. We also offer befriending, mentoring and other support to help people access local community services and training.

Headlines

Supporting families with a craniofacial condition

Headlines is a charitable organisation based in the UK which aims to provide support and help to all those affected by Craniosynostosis (both syndromic and non-syndromic) and associated conditions.

Headway

We aim to provide assistance, support, information and services to people with a brain injury, their families, carers and relevant professionals working with those with brain injury. We also work to promote understanding of all aspects of brain injury.

Health Reach

Corner Space

Corner Space’s Health Reach project offers a variety of activities for individuals and families in Wandsworth to improve your health and wellbeing. These include weekly yoga classes for women and creative & educational family workshops.

Heart N Soul

Creative arts for people with learning disabilities

Heart N Soul is a leading creative arts company who believe in the talents and power of people with learning disabilities. We offer a range of opportunities for people to take part, train in a new skill, or develop their artistic talents.

Help for Carers

Supporting people with care needs

Help for Carers provide relief from the stresses experienced by people who look after someone with a care need caused by disability, illness or age and need some home based support. We provide a home-based respite service across the London Boroughs of Lambeth, Croydon, Merton, Sutton and Wandsworth.

Hestia Age Activity Centre

Serving Older People Living in Wandsworth

Hestia Age Activity Centre provides services for local people aged 60 in the London Borough of Wandsworth, aiming to help them stay active, independent and healthy, while living in their own homes for as long as possible.

Hestia Domestic Violence Service

Empowering people, changing lives

Hestia gives practical support with finding permament housing and accessing financial support, healthcare and education. We help with the difficult emotions that surviving domestic violence can cause and support individual mothers to rebuild their self-confidence and improve their skills as a parent

Holmleigh Court

Sheltered Housing

Holmleigh Court sheltered housing scheme opened in 1980. It is purpose built and is located in Plough Road, which runs between St John's Hill and York Road. There are spacious communal areas used for various social activities and beautifully maintained communal gardens.

Holy Trinity

Upper Tooting

Holy Trinity is a liberal, friendly Anglican church where we are committed to one another and to our local community. The open doors are a sign of our welcome to all. The church is open daily for prayer and quietness. You can find us on Trinity Road, a few minutes walk from Tooting Bec tube station.

Hyderi Islamic Centre

Mosque & Islamic Centre

A community centred Mosque and Islamic Centre, Hyderi caters to the religious needs of the local community with daily prayer, weekly supplications and lectures and Islamic Saturday School. The centre also organises regular activities for senior citizens, sports teams and provides a day nursery.

Ignito Project

Free Music & Arts Tuition for South London Kids

Is a Non- profit Music Academy which seeks to use music & the arts to ignite passion and purpose within young people of Wandsworth & Lambeth. We work in schools and within the community, providing free musical tuition, delivered by professionals.

Infuse Youth Cafe

Cafe & Music Venue

Infuse is a cafe and music venue for young people in the Clapham area. Come over for music, Wii, food, table-tennis, drinks, or just to chill on the sofa. We will be open on Wednesday and Thursdays from 3.30PM-6.30PM. Get in touch for more information.

JAGS Foundation

Keeping hope alive in young people

JAGS Foundation was set up as a tribute to James Andre Godfrey Smartt-Ford who was tragically murdered inside Streatham Ice Rink in February 2007. The foundation carries out various projects and activiteis, 'keeping hope alive in young people'.

John Morris House Community Centre

Meeting the needs of the community

John Morris House Community Centre provides meeting rooms as well as various resources for hire. A number of local community projects run from there. John Morris House works in partnership with UK Online Centre's and Wandsworth Council's Widening Participation team to deliver training programmes.

Just Act

How to make things happen and improve your community

Just Act is a new website providing and signposting practical information for people wanting to make a difference and improve their community. The site is for people currently involved in a community project and anyone looking to get more active in their local area.

Kadampa Meditation Centre

Meditation & Modern Buddhism

Kadampa Meditation Centre London (KMC London) is a western Buddhist meditation centre serving London and the surrounding region. KMC London offers regular classes in meditation and mindfulness throughout London, including weekly classes in Putney and Wimbledon.

Katherine Low Settlement

Serving the community since 1924

Katherine Low Settlement is a multi-purpose charity that has been serving the communities of Battersea and Wandsworth since 1924 - we celebrated our 90th birthday last year! We are dedicated to building stronger communities so that we can enable people to challenge and find ways out of poverty.

Keeping Fit, Eating Well, Feeling Good

Free Activities for People with Learning Disabilities

Generate, in partnership with Public Health Wandsworth, is providing free access to weekly sport and exercise activities such as football, swimming, cycling and gym, for people with learning disabilities living in Wandsworth.

Kids' City

Out of School Activities for Kids

Kids' City provides a range of out of School activities to children aged 3-11 years, including: After School Clubs, Breakfast Clubs & Holiday Play schemes. details: www.kidscity.org.uk

Kingston Carers' Network

Improving the lives of carers' in Kingston.

Kingston Carers' Network is a charity that provides independent information, advice, advocacy and support to people who care for someone living in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames.

Kingston Eco-op

We are a charity who promote physical and mental well-being through learning and activities.

The Kingston Eco-op is a project which offers a range of different activities for adults who have learning disabilities, mental health problems or have other challenges in their lives.

Kith & Kids

supporting disability - focusing on abilities

Kith & Kids provides activities, opportunities, information and support for people with a learning disability or autism, their parents and siblings. We help the whole family to overcome social isolation and live more fulfilled lives.

Lambeth Asian Centre

Day centre for older Asian people

Lambeth Asian Centre is a day centre for older Asian people in Streatham offering help, support and activities to promote their independence, health and well-being. It reaches out for the lonely and vulnerable people who live in this area.

Lavender Heal

Complimentary therapies clinic

We are here to find alternative solutions to your health matters and to support you in finding greater physical and emotional well-being.

Leonard Cheshire Disability - Randall Close Resource Centre

Support Centre in Battersea

Our centre offers people the chance to enjoy various interesting activities and outings. It is used by a wide range of people, including people with physical and learning disabilities and older people.

Level Water

Free One-to-One Disabled Swimming Lessons

Level Water gives children with a physical disability a fair start in sport. We provide free one-to-one teaching for children who have not been able to access mainstream swimming lessons. We work with children: - Between 4 and 11 - With a physical disability - Who cannot swim ten metres

LGB&T Social & Support Groups

London Friend

Want to make friends, or just meet with other LGB&T people in a safe, supportive environment? Our social and support groups provide a safe space away from the scene for LGB&T people to come together to discuss a range of issues affecting them, including coming out and questions about sexuality.

Libraries and Heritage Service

Public library and local heritage

We aim to inspire people and encourage a sense of place through libraries with books, information, learning, online access and services for every resident in spaces that bring local communities together.

Life After Stroke

Thrive

Thrive's 8-week 'Life after Stroke' programme is designed to help stroke survivors living in Wandsworth continue their rehabilitation working with Horticultural Therapists in our Battersea Park gardens. Every Tuesday from 29th August for 8 weeks.

Lifelong Learning

Wandsworth Council

For some it’s about learning a new skill for work. For others it’s about keeping fit and healthy. You might want to learn a new language or you might want to produce your first oil painting.

Lighthouse

Community Church Putney

The Lighthouse welcomes with open arms people with mental health problems, past and present, and prays that they will meet with Jesus and be brought into His community. It also provides an environment for those not familiar with those suffering mental health problems to see how normal they are.

Little Acorns

Musical Group for Babies & Toddlers

Little Acorns introduces kids aged 6 months-3 yrs to the joys of making music with a regular fun-packed half-hour of action songs, dancing, dressing up and instrument playing with live music led by experienced singer/ guitarist David Fisher.

Little Voices - Putney

Drama & Singing Lessons of Distinction

Little Voices Putney welcome children aged 4 - 19 years, providing Performing Arts training teaching Singing and Drama to the highest standard whilst building confidence and promoting children's personal and social development.

Little Voices - Wandsworth

Drama & Singing Lessons of Distinction

Little Voices Wandsworth centre running from Swaffield Primary School welcome children aged 4 - 18 years providing Performing Arts training teaching Singing and Drama to the highest standard whilst building confidence and promoting children's personal and social development.

London Cooking Project

A collaboration around excellent food

The London Cooking Project is a collaboration around excellent food. Our team consists of chefs, trainers, nutritionists, photographers, writers and others who work independently and in cooperation to provide a range of food related services.

London Friend

The UK's oldest Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Charity

We offer counselling and support around issues such as same-sex relationships, sexual and gender identity and promoting personal growth and self-confidence. Our social groups provide a safe space to meet and socialise - an alternative to the bar and club scene.

LOOK

Support for Visually Impaired Children and their Families

LOOK (National Federation of Families with Visually Impaired Children) provides help, support and services for visually impaired children and their parents or carers.

Luncheon Club

Tooting Neighbourhood Centre

We are in the process of drawing up plans to restart the very popular Luncheon Club for over 50s, so do keep checking with us for further information and start dates.

MacIntyre

Providing Support...your way

MacIntyre is a national charity supporting children, young people and adults who have a learning disability or autism to live their life their way.

Make a Difference

Afro-Caribbean Senior Citizens Group

The Make a Difference group arranges coffee mornings, keep fit sessions for seniors and social events and has become a valuable community resource. As the name suggests, the aim of the group is to make a difference in the local community.

Mama Low's Kitchen

Mental Health Drop-in Service

Mama Low's Kitchen is a weekly user-led mental health drop-in service, organised by Sound Minds and Canerows, based at Katherine Low Settlement on Battersea High Street. Access is by referral, including self referral. There is a low cost lunch and it takes place every Friday from 11am to 3.30pm