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Exhibition: Enjoy the journey – how did we do that?

An art exhibition by elders of Katherine Low Settlement Age Well programme.

Poster Enjoy the journey how did we do that?



Battersea Park’s Pump House gallery is hosting a free mixed media exhibition by the Battersea Zoomers, charting their creative journey through the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond.

During the pandemic and lockdown, the Battersea Zoomers started when the Age Well programme run by the Katherine Low Settlement (KLS) connected with 575 Wandsworth Road, a local National Trust property, to take part in a series of virtual visits, talks and creative workshops.

Following the pandemic the Battersea Zoomers were able to visit 575 Wandsworth Road in person and produce collages inspired by the Botticello decoupage in the dining room.

Exhibition runs from 19-22 October 2022, 11am to 6pm. The gallery is only open 2-6pm on 21 October.

Interactive workshops

Wednesday 19 October, 11-12.30pm

55+ Talk and stroll: Industrial Battersea and the Festival of Britain with Emma, archivist from Wandsworth Libraries.

Wednesday 19 October, 2-3pm 

Meet the artists.

Thursday 20 October, 2-3pm

Talk and virtual tour with Laura, The National Trust Manager at 575 Wandsworth Road. Book in advance by emailing

Saturday 22 October, 11am-1.30pm

55+ Collage workshop with gooseglitters and The National Trust. Book your place in advance by emailing

Pump House Gallery, Battersea Park (nearest gate Rosary Gate), SW11 4NJ

Nearest train/tube:
Battersea Park station, Queenstown Road station, Battersea Power Station Tube

Start date: 19/10/2022
End date: 22/10/2022
Open from 11:00 to 18:00

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