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  1. New affordable workspaces open for local creatives

    Local creative businesses or start-ups and entrepreneurs can now choose from two new affordable workspaces opening their doors in the Nine Elms area, thanks to support from Wandsworth Council. Investment from the council’s Affordable Workspace Fund is helping to provide a range of new workplaces across the borough which offer the use of industry-standard technical […]

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  2. Call-out for artists to take part in Happy Streets Festival 2023

    The popular Happy Streets Festival is set to return to the Nine Elms area this July, bringing live performances and activities with a focus on wellbeing and happiness. Expressions of interest are now open for artists and organisations to get involved in the festival. If you have a ready-made act or a brand-new idea that […]

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  3. Nail that new job with construction open days at the ROSE

    Are you looking for a new job and thinking about getting into construction or working locally? Come along to Wandsworth Council’s construction jobs open day this Thursday at the ROSE community centre to see if there’s a job or training course for you. The council’s Work Match team are helping local construction companies fill vacancies […]

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  4. Free World Heart Beat music industry courses help young people tune into career dreams

    Want to be a sound engineer, music producer or technician? Young people in Wandsworth wanting to explore a career in the music industry are invited to apply for free training and mentoring sessions, thanks to a new programme from World Heart Beat Music Academy following the opening of their new venue in Nine Elms. Starting […]

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  5. Live near Matt’s Gallery? Join their Neighbours scheme

    Matt’s Gallery are looking for Neighbours to help spread the word and share their thoughts about the new exhibitions, events and work going on at Matt’s new home in Nine Elms. If you live in Battersea or Nine Elms within a 15-minute walk of Matt’s Gallery on Ponton Road, SW8 (see map below) and would […]

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  6. Patmore Street council homes to be named after local campaigner

    A block in the new Patmore Street housing development, SW8, is set to be named in memory of Sally-Ann Ephson who was a Wandsworth councillor and local campaigner. Sally-Ann Ephson moved to Battersea when she was 10 years old and attended Falconbrook Primary School. She was born with Sickle Cell anaemia, an inherited health condition […]

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