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A council planning committee meeting will take place this Tuesday 19th May at 7.30pm (broadcast online – see bit.ly/2TacbN0 for details) to discuss the proposed alterations to the Balham Boxing And Youth Club and Football Pitch on Tooting Commons. According to the application, alterations include...
With news on Coronavirus (Covid-19) changing on a frequent basis, we’ve rounded up a list of resources to help you navigate your way through the situation. We’ll be updating the page regularly with news of local groups and initiatives that are providing advice and assistance. St...
The BATCA (Balham And Tooting Community Association) Community Awards have been announced, with eleven individuals and teams recognised for their service to the community. Though the celebration evening planned for tonight, Thursday 19th March, could not go ahead, BATCA would proudly...
An update on SGN’s efforts to restore gas supplies in Tooting. Posted Friday 13th March, 8am. SGN have restored gas to 550 homes, across 17 streets. They’ve pumped more than 82,000 litres of water (and sludge) from their pipes so far. They still have more water to...
Work and Play Scrapstore (WaPS) – the Tooting-based re-use charity which promotes artful re-use of of donated surplus/waste materials – is rebuilding the second of the two Towers of Summerstown, brick by brick, with the help of its members. The fun begins on Tuesday January 28th, 2pm-5pm,...
Reading charity Bookmark is aiming to improve the levels of child literacy in Wandsworth. Their volunteers have been visiting their nearest primary school, twice a week for six weeks, to help children aged 5 to 8 develop their reading skills and confidence. Local councillor Jo Rigby started...
Tooting and Mitcham Community Sports Club have been crowned Playfinder’s Outstanding Sports Facility Of The Year. Tooting and Mitcham is an independently funded not-for-profit facility which provides sport, health, education and well-being facilities. As an inclusive facility, the club...
Work and Play Scrapstore (WaPS) – the Tooting-based re-use charity which promotes artful re-use of of donated surplus/waste materials – has enjoyed a bumper year of operation! The charity’s Annual Report & Accounts, released on November 26th, for the financial year ended March...
Jane Burdett has long had a passion for improving the experience for patients and families in the General Intensive Care Unit at St George’s Hospital. Jane founded Molly’s Smile Fund after losing her 19 year old daughter in 2015 after a short, gruelling battle with a rare blood...
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Awards for 2019 were presented to the following members of the community: local police officers PCSO Alistair Baker, PC Nick Brett, PC Ali Qureshi, PCSO Xuan Dang, SC David Williamson, SC Ryan Beasley, PC Darius Jancy and PSCO James Whiting; local community champions Mr...
Following Tuesday’s Hazelhurst Road V2 75th Commemoration, we wanted to share the moving speech by local historian Geoff Simmons, letters read by Lynda Cazeaux, and a poem by John Byrne.   Speech by Geoff Simmons, read at the commemoration The summer of 1944, 75 years ago...
£3,750 was donated to the St George’s Hospital Charity from the proceeds of the Community Fun Day held in Broadwater Road, Tooting on 13th July 2019, at a ceremony at Gatton Muslim Primary School on 7th November. The Fun Day is organised by the Al Risalah Trust schools, St...
Work and Play Scrapstore – the re-use charity in Tooting – has a busy calendar of community events during November, kicking off tonight with a practical workshop for adults and children on how to take the plastic out of Christmas at Sprout Arts (7-9pm). Other upcoming events...
The Tooting Chapter of The Ahmadiyya Muslim Association is to host its annual Peace Symposium in Tooting on Sunday 17th November 2019. More than 150 guests will attend the event, including parliamentarians, police officers, faith and civic leaders, as well as representatives from numerous charities...
Naz was known as ‘Mr Tooting’ by locals, a best friend to many but most importantly an amazing father and husband. The Foundation has been set up by his family who wish to honour his life and good work. The Foundation runs three programmes to raise the aspirations of young people and...
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