The ROSE Community Clubroom  

Nine Elms is a thriving community of people where residents, local groups, businesses, and cultural organisations live, work and play.

The ROSE Community Clubroom is set in the heart of Nine Elms on Ascalon Street. It has become a well-used social hub where residents come together to enjoy a range of activities, from arts and culture to council surgeries and youth groups.

Find out the ways you can get involved with upcoming events and activities taking place at the ROSE below.


Free evening yoga classes

Starting from Monday 10 January 2022 at 7pm.

Led by Yoga and Breath Coach Stephanie Veillas. Classes are packed with mood boosting sequences and breathing techniques to reduce stress and anxiety and to bring out inner joy and peace.

Light stretches and whole-body strengthening exercises will be tailored to specific needs.

Price: free

For more information and to register your place, contact Glenn Burnell Glenn.burnell@richmondandwandsworth.gov.uk


Battersea Power Station Community Choir

Battersea Power Station Community Choir are recruiting new members! Rehearsals at the ROSE will resume from September 2021 both inside and outside, depending on the weather and current Covid restrictions. Rehearsals will also continue to be live-streamed online via Zoom.

The choir meets on Thursdays in term time from 6.30pm to 8pm. 

Find out more about how to join the choir


Community Engagement Advisory Group (CEAG) meetings

Find out what’s happening in Nine Elms through the next community engagement advisory group (CEAG) meeting. Dates for 2022 are to be confirmed.

Run as a virtual or call-in evening meeting, residents and local businesses can hear from council representatives, local partners and construction and development organisations about the latest exciting changes, opportunities and improvements taking place in the neighbourhood.

Contact Glenn Burnell to reserve your place at Glenn.burnell@richmondandwandsworth.gov.uk


Venue for hire

The centre has capacity for 100 people within two halls and a garden. The space is wheelchair accessible and fitted with a modern, fully equipped kitchen to cater for events. The centre is available for local residents and organisations to hire. Contact Glenn.burnell@richmondandwandsworth.gov.uk to find out more. 

Address: R.O.S.E. Community Clubroom, Ascalon St, Nine Elms, SW8 4DL