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The Lost Angel in Battersea

Travelling and seeing the world is euphoric. Being in a new place far removed from any of your ordinary life makes you drink in the scenes like you’re scared you’ll lose those moments and want to bottle it up. 279 more words

Amita Joshi

The 'Aquabiking' fitness trend: we visit HydroFit on Northcote Road

Aquabiking, underwater spinning, cycling in a bath tub: whatever you want to call it, HydroFit is the latest fitness trend for 2015 and with a promise of burning at least 300 calories in half an hour, we wanted in on it. 475 more words


Planning Approval for Gasholders Site

Wandsworth Council have approved plans for an 839 home scheme on the former site of the Battersea Gasholders. The proposal also includes 5,000sq m of education space along with a nursery, cafe, food retail units and public realm. 128 more words


Questions to Ask a Firm Offering Services for Home Removals

House moving can be a big headache if you don’t hire professionals. But, this definitely doesn’t mean that you should consider any company and every company that you come across. 530 more words


25-30 May 1915: Battersea Recruitment Concerns

This week’s edition of the South Western Star carries a letter from the Mayor of Battersea – T W Simmons – that plans to raise a field battery had been dropped in the light of the War Office’s request for the borough to raise an infantry battalion.  394 more words



On Wednesday 20th May, we held the XXIII edition of our Elevator Pitch networking event. This edition took place at Boqueria, in the heart of Battersea, member of the Spanish Chamber. 392 more words


The only way to be church

‘We shall have to break our habit of having church in such a way that people are deceived into thinking that they can be Christians and remain strangers.’ (Hauerwas & Willimon) 100 more words