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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 12-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 4th April for 12 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

Men Behaving Dadly

Dads plus toddlers

This is a group run by St Marks Church in Battersea for Dads plus toddlers. Come along once a month and consume vast amounts of bacon butties, read the Saturday papers, and meet other dads - all while the kids play safely right in front of you! E-mail the team for more details.

Men's Shed, Battersea

Social networks - Creative projects

Men's Shed is a project for people aged 55 or over (mainly men, but not exclusively) to help you become more socially active. You will work on projects that you choose together - such as woodworking or furniture restoration.

Mental Health Carers Evening Information Sessions

Wandsworth Carers Centre

These sessions are an opportunity for Carers who support someone with a mental health condition to come along and find out about various topics.

Merry-go-Round Music and Drama

Drop-in Class of Music, Dance and Drama for toddlers and preschoolers.

A Dynamic Drop-in Class of Music, Dance and Drama, created and taught by a professional actor. This is a very physical class where your children will sing and learn dance moves to action songs, animate nursery rhymes, play early years drama games, and dance to world music.

Merton Music Centre

Youth Music Programme

Merton Music Foundation provides a range of music making activities as part of its Merton Youth Music Programme at Merton Music Centre. The Centre offers a structured progression of centrally run instrumental groups, bands, choirs, orchestras and ensembles. A termly membership fee is charged as a contribution towards running costs. Payment of this fee provides members with access to all of the Foundation's bands, choirs, orchestras and ensembles.

Merton Music Foundation

Musical Tuition for Children & Young People

The case for involvement in music is overwhelming. It has long been recognised that music can make a significant difference to the development of children. We offer tuition across the full range of instruments, based in Merton Music Centre.

Metro Centre

Sexual Health & Wellbeing for the Whole Person

The Metro Centre provides services to all people experiencing issues related to sexuality, identity, gender and diversity. We offer a range of Sexual Health, Mental Health & Wellbeing and Youth Services with a particular focus on supporting the LGBT community.

Mini Boost

Nutrition & Exercise for 2 - 5s

Weekly sessions run by a registered Dietitian and Physical Activity specialist. Offers practical chopping and tasting activities and skill games and exercises aimed at enhancing physical and social development for 2 - 5 year olds.

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.

Monkey Music- Kew

Monkey Music. Award winning music classes for babies, toddlers, mums, dads and carers in Kew.

Our classes are highly interactive and our children learn to make music on the finest percussion instruments – not toys! We work with a team of professional musicians, composers and teachers to ensure that every class experience is rewarding for both our carers and their child.

Monkey Music- St Margarets

Monkey Music. Award winning music classes for babies, toddlers, mums, dads and carers.

Monkey Music introduces music to your child in a way that they can easily understand and enjoy with specialist teachers gently encouraging social and musical skills within a fun, stimulating and friendly environment.

Monkey Music- Teddington

Monkey Music. Award winning music classes for babies, toddlers, mums, dads and carers in Teddington

Monkey Music introduces music to your child in a way that they can easily understand and enjoy with specialist teachers gently encouraging social and musical skills within a fun, stimulating and friendly environment.

Monkey Music- Twickenham

Monkey Music. Award winning music classes for babies, toddlers, mums, dads and carers in Twickenham

Monkey Music introduces music to your child in a way that they can easily understand and enjoy with specialist teachers gently encouraging social and musical skills within a fun, stimulating and friendly environment.

MoreLife Summer Camp

Schools out, tummies in!

MoreLife Camp is about giving you exactly that - more life, through fun activities, lifestyle sessions and counselling. Our Campers have so much fun they rarely want to leave at the end of the summer!

Moving On South West London Stroke Club

Supporting South West Londoners following a Stroke

Moving On (SW London Stroke Club) provides the opportunity for stroke surviviors to meet in an informal atmosphere where they may share ideas, swap information, enjoy the company and support each other. Family and friends are most welcome and regular Carers Support sessions are offered.

Multi-Sports for Autism

Disability Sports Coach – Alastair Ovalle Lozano

We are piloting a brand new multi-sports club for children between 6-11 years old with Moderate to High Functioning Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome. Join us on Wednesdays, 5pm – 6pm. Sessions cost £4 (£2 for WAND Cardholders).

Mushkil Aasaan

Help for Asian families in crisis or need

Mushkil Aasaan is a group based in Merton and Wandsworth and offers a range of services for Asian families in crisis or need of help. Services range from domiciliary care, bilingual welfare rights advice, translation and interpreting, bereavement support and respite for carers and much more.

Music Therapy

One Trust

One Trust’s qualified and experienced music therapists offer individual and group sessions for adults with learning disabilities. Music therapy offers the opportunity to be with others and form relationships using the person’s own unique musical language.

my Voice

Ambitious about Autism

myVoice is a project for 16-25 year olds with autism. It's all about connecting you with other young adults with autism and helping you to have your say in your local communities.

Mytime Active

Boost - Get Active, Eat Better

Helping families achieve a healthier lifestyle and get to their ideal weight. We offer friendly, local sessions at community venues. Our expert staff will go through all aspects of diet, healthy eating, and regular exercise to get your family back on track.

NCS - The Challenge

National Citizen Service

NCS with The Challenge is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for 15-17 year olds. It helps build skills for work and life whilst taking on new challenges and meeting new friends. It involves a short time away from home and taking part in a team project in the local community and much more!

New Horizon Youth Centre

A day centre working with vulnerable young people

New Horizon aims to enable young people to gain skills and knowledge to improve their life chances and to help them move from adolescence into adulthood. Practical services such as food, laundry, showers and second-hand clothes store are provided, as well as advice, support, training and education.

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.

Oily Cart

Great theatre for children

Oily Cart is one of the great British theatre companies of the last 25 years. Yet plenty of theatregoers, even the most avid, will not have heard of it. The reason is simple: Oily Cart works entirely with children, many with complex disabilities, and often behind closed doors in special schools.

Older People's Activities

Katherine Low Settlement

Katherine Low Settlement provide a range of projects and activities throughout the week, open to any older person aged 60 or over.

One Trust

Maximising Potential

One Trust is an independent charity based in South West London. We offer fun, engaging and personalised day services for adults with learning disabilities. We provide flexible and responsive support 52 weeks a year, within welcoming and well-resourced environments.

OPEN HOUSE

Monthly Club for Elderly Folk

Open House, monthly club for older people offers the opportunity to get together for tea, coffee and delicious home-made cake, play card and board games and chat with others. Hosted on the second Monday of the month by volunteers from the community and St Michael's Church.

Opening Doors London

Information & Support to LGBT people over 50

The Opening Doors London project, led by Age UKCamden, provides a range of services and activities for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) people over 50 in London.

Out & About Group

Mental Health Support

The Out and About Group facilitates regular outings and trips for people using our Recovery Support services. Service users, staff and volunteers work together to plan and promote the schedule, which is regularly updated.

Oxfam

Charity Shops - Clothing & Shoe Banks - Book & Music Banks

Our shops raise money to fund our projects, fighting poverty at its roots! You can help in so many ways, just in your local area, by donating your unwanted things to shops or collection banks, volunteering in our stores OR visiting our shops to buy pre-loved goods or brand new cards and gift items.

Oxygen

Believing in young people

Many young people struggle to discover their true identity, skills and attributes. At Oxygen we wish to encourage, help and support them in responding to the challenges they face.

Parkinson's UK Wandsworth Branch

Change attitudes. Find a cure. Join Us

We offer information, friendship and support to local people with Parkinson's, their families and carers. We also organise regular events and social activities. Join us - and meet other people affected by Parkinson's in your area

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.

Pilates

Our Care Support

Pilates is a great way to tone up and restore health. Please join us to participate in these sessions. Held at the Penfold Community Centre, Wandsworth.

Pitchbend Productions

Arts Organisation

Pitchbend Productions works with artists making contemporary circus work. We make and tour shows, deliver festivals and events and engage with young people and communities. Currently producing Battersea Circus Garden in Wandsworth as part of Wandsworth Fringe to celebrate 250 years of circus.

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.

Proud Parents

Free2B Alliance support group for parents of LGBTQ children

A monthly group offering information, advice and support to parents of children who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or children who are going through a process of questioning their sexuality & / or gender. We meet the first Monday of every month in the Clapham Junction 6-8pm

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.

Putney & Roehampton Boxing Club

Amateur boxing and training, aged 10 - 50 years

Putney and Roehampton boxing club is an amateur boxing club . We train people in a safe environment from the age of 10 - 50 years old to compete in competitions against other ABAE clubs.

Putney Pantry Cafe

@ St Mary's Church

A bright welcoming cafe with a sunny terrace awaits you at the Putney Pantry, the cafe at St Mary's Church, run by chef Issa Cissokho. The cafe is open all day, for you to sample our delicious homemade food or pop in for tea or coffee.

Putney Society

The Amenity Society for Putney and Roehampton

The Putney Society is concerned with aspects of the community which contribute to the quality of our local life. The Society plays a key role in the enhancement and protection of vital facilities in Putney and Roehampton.

Putney Womens Institute - WI

Inspiring Women

Are you looking to make friends and learn something new? The WI group in Putney is a place where likeminded women can gather to network, share experiences, and just have fun! We meet on the third Monday of each month, 7.30pm at the Captain Cook Pub, Putney.

R T Club

Club for older people

Social club for older people, we meet on Fridays between 1p.m and 3p.m Club Activities include: Quizzes, Films, Socialising and Entertainment. Occasional lunch at additional cost.

React

Rapid, effective assistance for children with potentially terminal illness

React is a dynamic charity working to improve the quality of life for children with life-limiting illnesses living in financially disadvantaged households throughout the UK. We believe that every child should have comfort, dignity, and the opportunity to participate in life as fully as possible.

reCentre health

Clinic, Studio & Therapy Rooms

The reCentre Health aims to promote individual health and wellbeing. Our fully qualified practitioners provide a range of therapies & treatments including: Physiotherapy, Osteopathy and various Complimentary Therapies. Classes on offer include: Yoga, Pilates & Anti/Pre-natal support.

Red Star Productions

Dance & Theatre School - Putney

Red Star Productions offers children of all ages dance, drama & musical theatre classes. Dance classes include Ballet, Tap Dance, Modern Theatre Dance, Jazz Dance, Cheerleading and Street dance for boys too. We also offer Drama and Musical Theatre as well as private lessons in singing and Acting.

Refugee Action Kingston

We provide advice and support for refugees and asylum seekers in the Kingston area.

We wish to Welcome and enable refugees in Kingston to become valued members of our community by supporting, advising and empowering them towards building fulfilled and independent lives.

Regenerate

Transformation; from the inside out

Regenerate works with young people and families in Roehampton and estates across London, helping transform lives and communities from the inside out.

Regenerate RISE

Reaching the ISolated Elderly

Regenerate-RISE is a charity serving the isolated elderly across Putney, Roehampton, Putney Vale and West Hill. We run a day centre with hot meals and activities, we also offer outings and visits at home and in hospital.

Revitalise Respite Holidays

Essential breaks for disabled people and carers

Revitalise is a national charity providing short breaks and holidays (respite care) for people with physical disabilities and carers. We offer inspirational opportunities for volunteers through one of the largest, most diverse volunteer programmes in the UK.

ReWired DJs

A collective of DJs with learning disabilities

We train to a professional standard and then perform at night clubs, parties and private functions. We play a wide variety of music from pop and disco classics to the latest hardcore dance. To book these unique entertainers for your event or to join the ReWired DJs please contact us!

Richmond & Kingston Multiple Sclerosis Society

Support and information for anyone in the Richmond or Kingston area affected by Multiple Sclerosis

We aim to facilitate support (in confidence) for members and non-members, to offer an understanding ear especially for the newly-diagnosed, provide help and information, local news and updates and regular social events and pub evenings (transport too!).

Richmond Back Pain Group

We organise hydrotherapy and Pilates classes run by fully trained physios on a weekly basis

We are a voluntary self help group that offers advice, support and classes for people with back pain and joint problems. We also provide opportunities for individuals to share experiences with one another at social events such as family friendly lunches.

Richmond in Europe Association

Promoting sporting, cultural and educational links across Europe

The borough of Richmond is twinned with Fontainebleau in France and Konstanz in Germany. The Richmond in Europe Association works with Richmond Council to promote sporting, cultural and educational links and exchanges between the 3 towns & surrounding areas.

Roehampton Base

Youth Club - Putney Heath

Our Youth Club offers young people (13-19 years) a place where young people can go to learn, have fun and relax. As well as socialising and using the clubs resources, we offer young people workshops, courses, advice and guidence to help them stay in education, training and employment.

Roehampton Community Choir

Learn to sing in a friendly environment, meet new friends and improve your health and well-being. No experience necessary. Wednesdays 7pm - 8.30pm

Roehampton Youth Centre

Youth Club - Roehampton

The Roehampton Youth Centre provides a space where young people can have fun, learn new things and meet new friends. The club has a music studio, sports hall and gym. The Centre is open to anyone aged 11 to 19 and up to 25 if you have a disability.

Romanian Cultural Centre

Romanian Culture in London

The Romanian Cultural Centre in London (RCC) is an independent association for UK-based Romanians. We initiate and promote a variety of cultural programmes organised in partnership with the Romanian Diaspora living in Great Britain, contributing to the British multicultural cultural milieu.

Ronald Gibson House

Brendon Care

Our purpose-built care complex in Tooting, South West London, has been specifically designed to enable older people to live independent, happy and fulfilling lives.

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.

Salsa

The Bedford - Balham

Salsa Classes & Club every Monday Night Are you bored? Want to have fun learning something new? Got two left feet? Come and join our Salsa Classes & Social. No dance experience is necessary.

Schools Out Club - Balham Community Centre

Breakfast, After School & Holiday Clubs Around Balham

Out of School Care for children aged between 3 and 12. This award winning scheme is registered to provide care for over 200 children. We are happy to accept Childcare Vouchers. For more info...

Scouting in Wandsworth

Volunteer with Scouting, and join the adventure!

Scouting provides everyday adventure to young people aged 6-25. We have volunteering opportunities available to suppport local Scouting and our provision for young people. For more information, please contact us. All adult members in Scouting are required to underdo a satisfactory DBS clearance.

Share a Family Scheme

Short Break Care for Disabled Children & Young People

The Wandsworth Share a Family Scheme provides Short Break Care for Disable Children and Young People - aged 0-19 - living in Wandsworth.

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.

Shred It

Fitness Session at Caius House

Shred It is a new Fitness Session at Caius House in Battersea. Held every Tuesday from 6.30 - 7.30pm, for young people aged 14 and over.

Silver Blooms

Live Your Best Life

Silver Blooms runs supportive social clubs for retired people. Our members enjoy weekly coffee mornings and can get help in times of need from their club coordinator or one of our local vetted service providers. We have clubs in Wimbledon, Putney, Battersea, Balham, Earlsfield and Southfields.

Silver Circle Reading Group

Over 60s Reading Group

We are a small and friendly book group,we meet once a month on the first Friday of every month from 2pm-4pm each member contributes 50p towards the Tea and biscuits provided

Sing & Sign

helping babies communicate before speech

Would you like to know what your child is trying to say? Developed with the help of Speech and Language experts, the 'Sing and Sign' programme is designed to help parents sign with their babies and toddlers and encourage amazing early. - This is a fun and lively developmental class with music.

Sound Minds

the arts for mental health

Sound Minds is a multi award winning user led social enterprise improving the lives of people living with mental health issues through a range of arts projects, including film, live music, music technology, instrument tuition, filmmaking and visual arts. Access by referral.

South London HIV Partnership

Services for People with HIV

The South London HIV Partnership is a group of services working together to complement the work of clinic staff and other HIV services, so you can get the best free information advice and support when you need it. We provide: - Advice and advocacy - Counselling - Health information - Peer Support

South London Islamic Centre

Mosque and Islamic Centre

South London Islamic Centre (SLIC) is an established Mosque and Muslim Community Centre in Streatham, South London. In addition to regular prayer, five times daily and madressah classes, the centre also provides tuition in core academic subjects and summer play schemes for young people.

South London Refugee Association

Refugee / asylum seekers / migrant support

We aim to relieve poverty and distress by supporting refugees, asylum seekers and newly arrived migrants in South London. We provide weekly drop-in centres, advocacy and youth support services. We also work with local and strategic partners to represnt the needs of refugees and asylum seekers.

South London T'ai Chi

T'ai Chi Classes

South London T'ai Chi provides sessions for Mature People, GP Referred Patients & Local Community. We also work with employers to develop programmes of T'ai Chi in the workplace. Classes take a non-combative soft approach to T'ai Chi, focussing on relaxation, dynamic balance improvement, fitness & health. 13 Hot Questions You Always Wanted To Ask About Tai Chi? http://www.southlondontaichi.co.uk/index.php/taichi/fullarticle/why_tai_chi/

South West London Environment Network

SWLEN

We are a charity helping people and organisations who protect and enhance the environment in South West London. We help environmental groups to start, operate, find volunteers, raise funds, get insured, share good practices and collaborate. Many of these groups help to manage parks or open spaces.

South West London Humanists

British Humanist Association

A group for the Humanist Community, we hold regular Meetings, Coffee Mornings and Book Groups to discuss varied topics and socialise. We also offer Tailor Made non-religious services (weddings, funerals & baby naming) with two trained and accredited celebrants in the Borough.

Spare Tyre

theatre without prejudice

Thought the world of theatre, dance and music was only open to a select few? Think again. We empower participants and artists to have ownership of the creative process through fun, interactive and multisensory workshops in drama, music, film, dance, visual and digital art.

Sprout Arts

A creative community centre

Sprout Arts is a self funding community arts space, bringing art and crafts to life, in Furzedown. We encourage local interest and involvement in arts across a diverse range of mediums and opportunity for local artists and performers to exhibit and share their skills with others.

St Andrew's Church

Earlsfield

St Andrew's is a welcoming and diverse Church of England congregation, located on Garratt Lane, Earlsfield. In addition to Sunday morning and midweek services, the Church and community centre host a variety of local organisations and community activities.

St Andrew's URC

United Reformed Church, Balham

St Andrew's URC is part of the South West London Group of United Reformed Churches. We are a community focused church committed to engaging with local people and community needs. The church is also, of course, a space for people to explore and deepen their spiritual life. A place to meet with God!

St James

West Streatham

St James is a thriving Evangelical Christian Community with a diverse congregation of local people. The Church is at the heart of the Furzedown community, situated between Streatham and Tooting. Sunday morning services are held weekly at 10.30am.

St James’s Church

We are the local Anglican Parish Church of Hampton Hill, Middlesex.

We are a friendly community of people united by a love for God and a love for people.

St Luke's Church

South Battersea

St Luke's Church is a lively, growing congregation where everyone seeking to know Christ and to follow him is welcome. In addition to Sunday and midweek worship, St Lukes Church & Community Hall hold a variety of services and activities and for children & young people and the wider local community.

St Marks

A community that's full of life and full of faith

St Marks is a christain church based in Battersea Rise. Our overall vision is that we grow DEEPER with God, CLOSER to one another and FURTHER, in terms of our impact in society and the world. Everything we do is going after that! We have many activites for the whole community so come join in!

St Mary's

Summerstown

St Mary's Church is a comfortable, safe and non-threatening place in which local people of all ages can meet to discover God together. Weekly services are held on Sunday Mornings at 10.30am.

St Marys Church

Parish of Putney

St Mary's is a lively parish offering spiritual, intellectual and emotional refreshment to the whole community. We host varied children's activities and play groups, new and social opportunities for all ages and offer several spaces suitable for any event!

St Michael's Day Centre

Day Care Centre and drop-in service for the Elderly

St Michael's is a Day Care Centre for older people which offers freshly cooked lunches and various activities.

St Paul's Lunch Club

Every Tuesday

We offer a freshly cooked lunch in sociable surroundings, once a week at St Paul's Community Centre.

St Peter's Church

Battersea

St Peter's is a lively, diverse and growing church family who are passionate to know God and share the love of Jesus in Battersea and beyond. We meet for our Sunday morning celebrations at 10.30am

St. Mary & St. John The Divine

Church, Balham

St Mary's Church is a community of Christian people who embrace the commandments to love God and to love one another. We aim to be an inclusive church that welcomes diversity, a thinking church where questions can be asked, and a living and growing church where change can happen.

Stagetext

Making theatre and culture accessible to deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people.

Stagetext is a charity which provides captioning and live subtitling services to theatres and other arts venues to make their activities accessible to people who are deaf, deafened or hard of hearing.

Stoll

London Veterans' Outreach Service

Stoll offers housing and comprehensive support to vulnerable Veterans. Our Outreach Service offers support and advice on a wide range of issues, specially tailored to meet the needs of those with an Armed Forces background.

Story Time in Polish

Czytanie i spiewanie po polsku

We are offering Story time in Polish for children under 5 years. Come along if you speak Polish! Every Thursday 9.30am - 11.00am Oferujemy spotkania dla dzieci do lat 5. Dolacz do nas jesli mowisz po polsku! Kazdy czwartek w godz. 9.30 - 11.00.

Sunflower Cafe

Alzheimer's Society

The Sunflower Café provides information about living with dementia and other services available locally in an informal and comfortable environment. Dementia Cafés are also a place to relax, socialise and meet other people with dementia and their carers.

Support Group for Carers of Adults Who Experience A Mental Illness

Wandsworth Carers Centre & Rethink - Support Group

A self-help group by Rethink Mental Illness & Wandsworth Carers' Centre, we are a welcoming friendly group open to Carer, families and friends who give practical or emotional support to someone with a Mental Illness.

Supported Swim Session

for families with a disabled child

A brand new swimming opportunity for disabled children in Wandsworth, once a month at the Aspire Centre in Southfields. Sessions are aimed at families with a disabled child and will not currently be available to those attending Dolphins or the WASA sessions.

SW18 Club

Wandsworth & Westminster Mind

SW18 Club is a Wandsworth based group for young adults with mental health problems which meets regularly in order to help combat isolation, develop peer support and build resilience through finding, developing and sharing regular community activities.

Switchboard

LGBT+ Helpline

At Switchboard we provide an information, support and referral service for lesbians, gay men and bisexual and trans people – and anyone considering issues around their sexuality and/or gender identity.

The Agency by Battersea Arts Centre

The Agency is offering young people a chance to gain employment and the chance to run their business and control their own future. All ideas will be supported and developed by The Agency, big or small and participants will learn about business and get links with new businesses and social networks.

The Bridge

Renewing Battersea as a Christ Centred Community

The Bridge is a Christian community initiative run in partnership with London City Mission. As well as Sunday meetings and Sunday school, we offer religious education, social groups and activities for children in the community.

The Bus

Regenerate

The Bus is a mobile youth centre for young people on housing estates in South-West London where there is little or no youth provision. The aim is to present Regenerate's youth work aims and how young people can get involved.

The De Morgan Centre

Museum dedicated to the work of William & Evelyn De Morgan

THE De Morgan Centre is a museum dedicated to the work of William and Evelyn De Morgan, a husband and wife duo who were key proponents of the Arts and Crafts Movement in the late 19th and early 20th Century. Our temporary exhibition also space hosts a lively & wide ranging programme of exhibitions.

The Feel Good Bakery

Regenerate

The Feel Good Bakery is an exciting new social enterprise, established by Regenerate UK. We prepare fresh sandwiches, delivered directly to your door. At the bakery we provide support and employment for young people who are turning their backs on gang life and crime.

The Furzedown Project

Activities for older people

We offer open access day services for older people in Wandsworth and a home visiting scheme for those in the south of the borough. Our activities are offered Monday to Friday and aimed at helping older people remain active, challenged and to enjoy new friendships.

The GAP Youth Club

For LGBT people, aged 13 - 19

The GAP Youth Club offers a safe, social space for young people in London who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered or questioning their sexuality. We welcome those aged 13-19 (up to 25 for young people with disabilities) We meet every Friday 6 - 8pm in the Clapham Junction area.

The Gateway Club

Activities for ages 18 plus with learning disababilities

The Gateway Club is an activities group in Wandsworth for people aged 18 and over with learning disabilities. It's run by Wandsworth Mencap and offers games, craft nights, music, and yoga. It is currently based at the Atheldene Centre.

The Holly Lodge Centre

A special place for learning in Richmond Park

The Holly Lodge Centre encourages people of all ages and abilities to enjoy and learn from a series of hands-on experiences in the rich natural environment of Richmond Park, working with many different groups including special schools, day centres, mainstream schools, holiday clubs and hospitals.

The Juice Bar

Regenerate

The Juice Bar is at the heart of the Alton estate and is a 'launch pad' for young people to use their potential by going out into their local area and beyond to make a difference.

The Landmark Arts Centre

Arts, Fairs, Classes in south west London

The Landmark Arts Centre is a distinctive venue for the whole community. Our vibrant range of activities is growing and we have something to engage and entertain several times a week, most weeks of the year.

The Little Club

Social Group for Over 60s

The Little Club is a social group for over 60s. We meet every other Tuesday, 12 midday - 3.30pm It is such a pleasure meeting each week to see friends and make new ones. We have a good laugh with everyone!

The Mulberry Centre

For anyone affected by cancer.

Our mission is to provide support and information to anyone affected by cancer, offering practical ways of enhancing physical, psychological and emotional well-being. We have no postcode boundaries. Our services are free of charge.

The National Autistic Society

Services in London

The National Autistic Society is the UK's leading charity for people affected by autism. We provide a wide range of quality, personalised support services for people on the autism spectrum and their families and carers in London.

The Salvation Army

Community Assistance - Church/Corp - Charity Shop

The Salvation Army is a worldwide Christian church and charity extending a helping hand to those who are homeless, friendless and in need. We passionately believe that no one is beyond hope, however great their problems.

The Tooting Hub

Youth Club - Tooting

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. We're open Monday-Friday, 3-9pm

The Wednesday Club (Tooting)

Brent, Wandsworth & Westminster Mind

Meeting in Tooting every Wednesday evening, offering a programme of activities and events throughout the year which support recovery through social inclusion, community engagement and participation.

The Weir Link

Bringing the Community together

The Weir Link was established by residents in the Weir Road area of Lambeth in 2003. We aim to be a catalyst for change; offering a range of services for local residents including social support, childcare, education and training, and opportunities for personal growth and community development.

The Woodlawns Centre

Events for our older community

Woodlawns Community Centre is at the heart of Lambeth's older community. We organise a variety of activities and events tailored to engage, entertain and serve the needs of our older age groups. We welcome both members and non-members alike, and for a very small fee, our activities are great value.

Thomas Pocklington Resource Centre

Services for blind and partilally sighted adults

The Pocklington Resource Centre in Balham offers a variety of services, activities, information and advice to visually impaired adults living in Wandsworth.

Together As One

Offering support for anyone experiencing loneliness or social isolation.

Together As One is run entirely by clients and volunteers and is here to offer support for anyone experiencing loneliness or social isolation, particularly as a result of mental health issues.

Tooting Graveney Day Care Centre

Graveney Day Care centre provides a supportive and friendly environment for mixing and socialising as well as activities such as chair based exercise classes, computer classes, bingo, cards,sewing, discussions, dominoes and needlecraft to stimulate and promote active and healthy lifestyles.

Tooting Junction Baptist Church

Tooting Junction Baptist Church, a multiethnic/multi-generational mission focused fellowship of great magnificence and splendour in the sight of God and in Tooting. We meet for worship at 10.30am and 6.30pm on Sundays and have a range of other activities during the week.

Tooting 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.

Townswomen's Guild

Earlsfield Evening Group

The Earlsfield Evening Townswomen's guild is a small friendly womens group. We meet on the 2nd Tuesday of each month to hear from a selection of interesting speakers or socially for tea and biscuits, dinner or games nights.

Trinity Hospice

Hospice

Trinity provides expert, compassionate end of life care, support, information and advice to patients and those close to them in our central and south west London community.

Trinity Road Chapel

Evangelical Baptist Church, Upper Tooting

Trinity Road Chapel is an evangelical church in Upper Tooting, close to Wandsworth Common, Earlsfield, Balham, Battersea and Clapham in South London. We are a friendly and Bible-based Baptist church.

University of the Third Age

Wandsworth

The Wandsworth University of the Third Age (U3A) provides daytime education, leisure and cultural activities to people no longer in full-time employment, giving them a chance to meet new people in an informal and friendly environment.

VISOR – Visually Impaired Society of Richmond

An independent charity for blind & visually impaired people in and around Richmond

VISOR is an independent charity run by volunteers, many of whom are themselves visually impaired. We offer support, advice and social activities to blind & V.I people across and around Richmond Borough.

Volunteer Police Cadets

Total Policing

The Volunteer Police Cadets (VPC) is a uniformed voluntary youth organisation, supported by the MPS, open to young people aged 13 -18 from across London's diverse communities, irrespective of their background or financial circumstances and including those vulnerable to crime or social exclusion

Volunteering Wandsworth

Inspiring & supporting volunteering in Wandsworth

Would you like to volunteer? Volunteering Wandsworth is the service provided by the charity Groundwork London. We aim to inspire and support volunteering across the Borough.

Walk 4 Life

Active Lifestyles Programme

Wandsworth Walk4Life scheme is run by Enable Leisure and Culture and offers a series of free walks around the beautiful local parks.Booking is not essential but if you are a new walker, please give us a call for more information.

Walk and Talk Group

Battersea Seventh-day Adventist Church

The Walk and Talk group meet outside Battersea Seventh-day Adventist Church church every Monday at 10.30am. We welcome people from all age groups to join us for a walk through Battersea Park, followed by light refreshments in the church.

Walk the Walk

Uniting Against Breast Cancer

Walk the Walk is a grant making charity dedicated to raising money and awareness for vital breast cancer causes. We are passionate about encouraging healthier living as part of prevention. Unite against breast cancer with Walk the Walk at one of our fabulous events in 2015!

Walking Netball

England Netball

Walking Netball is a slowed down version of the game of netball, designed for anyone looking to exercise in a relaxed, supportive and friendly environment. Join us at Tooting Leisure Centre on Tuesday mornings to get involved.

Wandle Recreation Centre

Leisure Facilities

Wandle Recreation Centre offers the full spectrum of leisure facilities. We can offer: - A well equipped gym - Numerous fitness courses and workout classes for all ages and abilities. - Fully accessible facilities - including specialist fitness equipment. - 'Exercise on referral' sessions

Wandle Recreation Centre - Children's Activities

Children's Leisure Activities & Services

We offer clubs and activities for children from just three months to 17 years old, as well as a junior Gym for young teens (11-15). And there's even more to choose from during school holidays! We also offer a creche, so parents can keep fit too!

Wandle Recreation Centre - Over 50s

Leisure Activities for over 50s

We have a number of activities aimed at those aged 50 or over. We offer: - Table Tennis - Badminton and concessionary Gym sessions every weekday!

Wandsworth Asian Women's Elders Project

Drop in Advice & Community Centre

We offer a lunch club and drop in centre Monday - Wednesday for older women in the Asian community, providing a range of educational and social activities as well as practical support.

Wandsworth Common Tennis & Bowls Club

All Star Tennis

Wandsworth Tennis & Bowls Club offers people of all ages and abilities the opportunity to learn and enjoy Tennis & Bowls. Whether you're keen to learn or improve your skills, or just want an enjoyable way to keep fit we have allot to offer at any of our 7 great facilities around the borough.

Wandsworth Council

number one for service and value

The local authority for Wandsworth, we provide numerous and varied services across the borough; from care and advice to leisure and community facilities.

Wandsworth Dementia Adviser Service

Alzheimers Society UK

Dementia Advisers support people through the process of getting a diagnosis of dementia. The service signposts and facilitates access to services and support to ensure people have the help and care they need.

Wandsworth Health Trainers

Find your way to a happier, healthier future

We help you create and follow your own individualised healthy lifestyle and wellbeing plan. The service is free to use - please call or email us and one of our friendly Health Trainers can call you back to arrange a meeting at a time and place that suits you.

Wandsworth Historical Society

The archaeology and history of Wandsworth

The Wandsworth Historical Society aims to promote an interest in the history and archaeology of the Borough of Wandsworth

Wandsworth Little Grey Cells (Early Stages Support Group)

Alzheimers Society UK

A for people diagnosed with dementia who are experiencing dementia symptoms in the early stages. Little Grey Cells Support Group provides a safe environment for people with dementia to seek peer support, express concerns & find common solutions. Open to Wandsworth residents Only. 2nd and 4th Tuesday

Wandsworth Mencap

Wandsworth Mencap provides information and support to family and carers of people with learning disabilities. This service is unique in Wandsworth Borough, in that it has gained the trust and confidence of families. It empowers vulnerable carers and people with learning disabilities equally.

Wandsworth Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Support Group

To Unite & Support Sufferers, Families and Carers

Wandsworth Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Support Group (WSCTSG) is the only organisation to unite and support people with Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia, their families, carers and dependants. Support is greatly needed by everyone and especially those living with a long-term health condition.

Wandsworth Singing for the Brain

Alzheimers Society UK

An afternoon of music and singing for people with dementia and their carers, the Singing for the Brain service aims to provide a structured group session for people with dementia and their carers designed around the principles of music therapy and singing.

Wandsworth Support Group for Carers (Evening)

Alzheimers Society UK

This Alzheimers group is providing monthly support group meetings for carers of people with dementia of all ages. Held on the 3rd Thursday of every month 6-7.30pm, Garrett Lane