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The Coaling Jetty opens with garden party theme

Battersea Power Station Coaling Jetty_Richard Hanson

Published on
August 6, 2019


Nine Elms has a newly opened jetty on the River Thames! The Coaling Jetty is a historic Grade II*-listed pier just in front of Battersea Power Station – and now you can walk along this new stretch of the riverwalk thanks to a landscaped restoration.

The 133 metre-long Coaling Jetty was constructed between 1929 and 1932 and serviced the Power Station in the loading and unloading of coal until it was decommissioned in 1983.

This August you can tread the boards to join the Summer Garden Party, with Jazz Lates every Thursday, DJ sets on Fridays, busk street performances on Saturdays and Sundays and family-friendly games and crafts every Saturday.

Fitness fans are invited to stretch out at pilates classes on Saturday mornings and yoga on Sunday mornings – visit the Battersea Power Station website for class times, prices and how to book.

Find out more about The Coaling Jetty

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