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Londoner's eye: you can't beat a bit of Battersea

For many people, the mention of Battersea, the suburb of South West London, conjures up two things: the cats and dogs’ home and Clapham Junction, which proudly describes itself as Britain’s busiest railway station. 1,646 more words

Travel

First Prayer Night

Right to Left: Harry, Milly, Emma, Mez, Amy, Jonny.

Here’s a picture from the first prayer gathering we had the other week. As you can see we were few but strong, and it was great to be able to get started on the prayer front. 40 more words

Church

Universal Credit: DWP Presentation

Universal Credit is due to begin being rolled out in Wandsworth in late April 2015, beginning at Wandsworth JCP

Colin Morris, DWP National Partnership Team, has kindly agreed to provide an overview of Universal Credit and a run-through of the key elements that we will need to take note of in the borough… 91 more words

Wandsworth Advice

Rebuilding the temple

Blogging has been a little bit more difficult recently as we’ve been negotiating essay deadlines and some traveling, alongside the usual life. Jesus wasn’t joking when he said he came to bring us a full life was he! 381 more words

Church

Battersea Arts Centre Fire

It was very sad to hear about the recent news of a fire severely damaging the beautiful building of the Battersea Arts Centre, a performance space that specialises in theatre performance, on the 13th March. 160 more words

Follow the Nut - Thames Path - Putney to London Bridge

18 km – with Prasana.

Girls are said not being able to make up their mind quickly. Ah well …, this time we drafted about 4 different versions of ‘walking the Thames Path’, and even on the way to the train to go to Windsor and then walk to Marlow, we changed our minds again and decided to walk from Putney into the centre of London. 207 more words

Hiking

An open letter of love to Battersea Arts Centre

Dear BAC,

I find myself standing in my kitchen crying my eyes out over the devastating pictures of your recent fire.  I don’t think anyone realises quite how much they love a place until a part of it goes up in flames.   1,108 more words

Theatre