Feature Articles Archive

  1. Open for business? Tell your neighbours

    Local shops, cafes and businesses are dotted all over Nine Elms – and now My Virtual Neighbourhood has teamed up with Wandsworth Council in this summer’s #shoplocal campaign. As businesses prepare to welcome customers with new measures in place, the council is encouraging residents to shop locally and support their local high streets and retailers as they […]

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  2. Join the Battersea Power Station Community Choir

    Battersea Power Station Community Choir is an energetic contemporary community choir, open to everyone from the local area. Conductor Sam Evans leads a wide range of popular music, with every song taught by ear, as he believes music should be a joy and available to everybody without barriers. You don’t need to have a great […]

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  3. Light Up Nine Elms celebrates local history

    The Light Up Nine Elms event in December 2019 featured the nine elm trees standing along Nine Elms Lane. Watch our film to find out more about the inspiration and artists behind the event! Did you see the elm projections? Tell us what you thought about Light Up Nine Elms in our online survey

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  4. Visiting Nine Elms Mail Centre Takeover? Where to eat and drink nearby

    As Nine Elms continues to grow, there are always new cafes, bars or restaurants opening. As food and drink is not on sale inside the Mail Centre and glass and alcohol are not permitted, here’s a brief guide to local pit-stops within a reasonable distance of the former Royal Mail warehouse so you can refuel while in the […]

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  5. Light Up Nine Elms: art critic Tabish Khan

    Enjoy what Tabish Khan of the Londonist has to say about art and culture in the city? We are lucky enough to have had him with us to experience Light Up Nine Elms this weekend. Tabish Khan is an art critic specialising in London’s art scene, covering contemporary and historical exhibitions. He visits and writes […]

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