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Wandsworth Foodbank has published new research on hunger and poverty in the borough of Wandsworth, looking at why people needed to use the Foodbank in 2016-17. 4712 three-day emergency food supplies were distributed to people in crisis in Wandsworth Borough in April 2016 to March 2017...
​ ​   After last week’s tomato sauce recipe, Anna Mackay from Tooting-based We Are Fit Attitude is back with a fantastic Furzedown frittata! Sausage, Mushroom & Pea Frittata This delicious dish can be cooked on a Sunday and then kept in the fridge...
The capital's first pop up bake off event launches on May 20, 2017 in Tooting. The Big London Bake is London’s newest interactive experiential, giving Londoners the chance to compete in a bake off with anyone from friends to family to co-workers. The event is based in a fully kitted out ...
And why remain in Tooting after all these years? “I love Tooting, and have lived here ever since I came to the UK,” says Irmantas. “There’s a wonderful mix of culture here, not to mention the great restaurants, bars, pubs and shops. I’ll sometimes have a look around...
Share is holding a Plant Sale and Healthy Living Community Day in the Share Garden in Tooting on Saturday 20th May 2017, from 10am to 4pm. There’ll be lots of plants for sale, with a large stock of bedding, vegetable and herb plants, and delicious healthy foodie treats in a...
The weather may have been, erm, changeable in recent weeks, but summer’s almost upon us and we’re optimistic for warm weather and sunny skies! Here’s 7 reasons to love Tooting in the summer! Beer Gardens Tooting’s beer gardens are a joy in the summertime – The Antelope,...
South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust, based in Tooting, is proud to be  launching its popular #upliftingimage competition again for 2017. The theme for this year’s competition is ‘mental health through your lens’ and will end on World Mental Health Day...
“Whose Choice is it Anyway?” will be an exhibition and active arts event presented by a group of emerging artists from the London area, taking place on Tuesday 30th May, 6pm-9pm, in Tooting Market.   Featuring visual, audio and interactive installations, the work will explore ideas...
​ ​   Healthy eating is, of course, as important as fitness – here’s Anna Mackay from Tooting-based We Are Fit Attitude with the first of her healthy Monday Meals. So many people are busy with work and life in general, so I like to come up with recipe ideas that...
And in the annual Players v Supporters game, the players emerged victorious following a penalty shoot out for the 2nd season running, following a high scoring draw, where nobody seems to remember the actual score! It was a well attended event where all the money raised was donated to the Bloodwise...
Inspired by the #illridewithyou movement on social media, Paper Planes Collective’s upcoming exhibition aims to celebrate diversity and promote social inclusion. Through photography, the exhibition will explore themes such as race, religion, gender, sexuality, disability and age. PPC are...
To celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week May 8-12, South West London and St. George’s Mental Health NHS Trust, based in Tooting, is launching its popular ‘Uplifting Image’ photography competition and sharing case studies from staff and service users as well as hosting a number...
An event will be held in Tooting this Friday to promote the upcoming annual Charity Walk For Peace. This event, held for the last 28 years, has been organised to benefit various charities that provide practical help and support to vulnerable people. In the past five years, the charity has raised 1.3...
  Tootingites can follow the action on the official Bateman's Yard Twitter account @BatemansYard, as well as sign up to the official newsletter via www.batemansyard.com for updates.
Local campaigner Thomas Kimaru, travelled to Westminster to speak with MPs in Parliament to ensure the interests of the world’s poorest people will be kept in mind during the upcoming general election. On Monday 24 April, sixty supporters of the aid agency CAFOD travelled from across the country ...
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