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Battersea Library

Better Libraries

Libraries are places for everyone to use and enjoy. They're our community centres, information hubs, space to learn or think and make ourselves feel better. - As well as traditional Library facilities we offer social and educational groups for adults and children alike.

Battersea Park 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.

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.

Creative Writing

Mimosa Women's Group

Creative Writing is an outlet for the expression of thoughts, feelings, emotions as well as your imagination. This class exercises your mind. You can hear the work aloud, have interesting discussions and experience new things as part of our fun group of ladies. Join us on Thursday Mornings.

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!

Doddington & Rollo Communty Association

Business Centre

We aim to promote, in North Battersea in general and in the Doddington and Rollo estates in particular: opportunities for education, training and employment, and to provide in those areas facilities for recreation and community activities.

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.

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.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

Katherine Low Settlement

Katherine Low Settlement provides 3 ESOL classes each week for people to learn English, in partnership with Love To Learn and South Thames College. A creche is also provide for learners with children.

Free2B Alliance

Support for LGBT young people and parents

Free2B supports LGBT young people and parents across London, providing advice & guidance through our friendly & supportive group meetings. We also deliver awareness training to organisations, challenging homophobia, biphobia & transphobia to facilitate the development of inclusive environments.

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.

Heritage Wandsworth Partnership

local history & historic environment partnership

Our vision is to inspire an interest in Wandsworth's history to promote a sense of place and belonging to the borough, its villages and communities, and to encourage all residents to gain an understanding of the heritage and contribution of local people from all cultures.

Home-Start Wandsworth

Family Support

Home-Start UK is the UK's leading family support organisation. Volunteers provide home-visiting support to local families who are struggling for a variety of reasons such as multiple births, post natal depression, disability or illness and social isolation. To qualify for help, families must have one child under five years old and live in the borough of Wandsworth. Families can either self refer by getting in touch with Home-Start direct and referrals are accepted from agencies such as health

Islamic Culture & Education Centre

Battersea

Battersea Islamic Culture and Education Centre is at the heart of the Muslim community in the local area of Battersea. As well as prayer and congregation services, we also offer educational opportunities for adults & children and various community projects which are open to all local residents.

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.

Love to Learn

Supporting education for young refugees in Wandsworth

Love to Learn is an educational charity that works with young refugees and their families in Wandsworth. We provide a learning mentor scheme, ESOL classes, trips, a homework and activities club for children aged 5-15, and educational casework and advocacy.

Mercy Foundation Centre

Mini Cooking Club

Nutritious food starts at home

The Mini Cooking Club runs weekly workshops for young children, families, adults and those with mental health concerns. We work with other charities to offer a safe and fun environment to build skills and confidence in the kitchen.

Off the Streets Youth Club

by S.T.O.R.M Empowerment

Off the Streets is our free weekly Youth Club. It offers a range of activities and classes for young people.

Paul's Cancer Support Centre

Cancer support services

Paul's Cancer Support Centre provides a range of services for people affected by cancer, their family and friends. Our services can be used at any stage - from diagnosis, through treatment and afterwards. We offer support, information and complementary therapies (massage, reflexology, counselling, hypnotherapy, etc)to our clients. If you want to access our services, call the Centre on 020 7924 3924 to arrange an initial appointment. We are only 10 minutes walk from Clapham Junction station.

Platform 1 Cafe

Training Cafe for People with Learning Disabilities

Platform 1 Cafe is a training cafe for people with learning disabilities run by the Camden Society. The cafe offers catering training and employment services to help people with learning disabilities train for work and get qualifications.

Providence House Youth Club

Youth and Community Centre

Open Monday & Wednesday 6-9pm and Thursday 7-10pm This is a place where young people can go to learn, have fun and relax. It is for children and young people aged 11-19 years old or up to 25 years old for young people with disabilities.

S.T.O.R.M Empowerment

Support. Trust. Opportunity. Rebuilding. Motivation.

STORM was established in 2004 with one simple aim - to help single mothers who needed support. STORM is committed to addressing social issues such as poverty, long-term unemployment, and youth crime.

Share Catering

Catering services

Share Catering offers catering for meetings and events, as part of Share's catering social enterprise. Whether it is morning coffee, buffet lunch, afternoon tea or canape reception, we can help you. Share is a registered charity that provides training and employment support for disabled people, including those with learning disabilities, physical/sensory impairments, autism and mental health needs. To learn more about Share's work, visit our website at www.sharecommunity.org.uk.

Share Community

Training and employment support

Share Community provides training and employment support for disabled adults, including those with learning disabilities, physical/sensory impairments, autism and mental health needs. Our aim is to help disabled people live more independently and make choices about all aspects of their lives.