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What's on in Battersea

The Battersea Bee Every year we arrange a wide range of events, visits to historic buildings, and talks or public meetings on topics of local interest or concern. Members' only events will be clearly designated as Private, other society-organised events are open to the public. Of course you can join the Society very easily via our online membership page. This list also includes other events taking place locally or elsewhere in London which you may find of interest.

If you wish to pay by cheque you should download a booking form (which also contains details of other events).

If you'd rather check out forthcoming events in a simple list you'll find that here.

Thursday 21 March 2019
Annual General Meeting
Time: 6.30pm for 7.00pm

All welcome.

As part of the event there will be a talk by historian Professor Penelope Corfield on the 
History of Duelling in Battersea.

Venue: St Mary's Church
Location: Battersea Church Road SW11 3EN

Monday 25 March 2019
Friends of Battersea Park Spring Lecture
Time: 12.15pm for 1.00pm

The President of the British Beekeepers Association, Margaret Murdin, will deliver an illustrated talk on the life and life cycle of the honey bee, their methods of communication and behaviour, why they are so successful as insects and how they differ from bumble bees.

Sandwiches, fruit, cakes etc can be pre-ordered and may be eaten whilst listening. Coffee, tea, juice, wine and lager will be available for a small donation.

Book tickets online here

Organised by Friends of Battersea Park

Organised by Friends of Battersea Park
Venue: Ethelburga Community Centre
Location: 60 Worfield St, London SW11 4RA
Cost (per person): Info Visit website

Sunday 31 March 2019
Clapham Common Film Club
Time: 7.00pm

The new Clapham Common Film Club had its first screening on 25 February to great acclaim from those 40 or so attending. The next film is the Milos Forman 1967 classic A Fireman's Ball to be screened on Sunday 31 March.

It's not too late to join the club! Entry for an initial one off "Look and see" admission is £7 deductible from subsequent membership if taken up. If you were not present on 25 February membership for the 4 upcoming films is £28. You can download the introductory flyer here.

The sound and projection is excellent with a large screen and tiered seating means that everyone has a clear view. There is a warm community atmosphere with a bar.. If you are interested in film, this is for you!

Further information from Roger Booker (not from Ombnibus theatre)

Venue: Omnibus Theatre
Location: 1 Clapham Common Northside SW4 0QW
Cost (per person): See above

Sunday 14 April 2019
Spring Lunch at Bread Centrale
Time: 12.30pm for 1.00pm

Join fellow members at this stunning relaxed riverside location for our annual Spring Lunch.

Please make reservations as soon as possible and indicate your choice from this menu on the booking form and return it  to The Battersea Society, 204 Battersea Bridge Road, SW11 3AE. For queries call 07774 111215 or send an email.

Starter:  Pea & Mint Soup or Crispy Squid with Chilli & Lime
Main:   Corn-fed Chicken with  Spring Vegetable Casserole
or Courgette,  Broad Bean & Asparagus Tart
Dessert: Warm Chocolate Gateau & Vanilla Ice Cream
or Fresh  Fruit Salad &  Sorbet

Venue: Bread Centrale
Location: Molasses House, Plantation Wharf, SW11 3TN
Cost (per person): £19 (2 courses) £23 (3 courses)

Tuesday 11 June 2019
Friends of Battersea Park BBQ 2019
Time: 6.00pm-9.00pm

Enjoy the Zoo after hours and see the Monkeys, Meerkats, Emus and Otters off duty

Children's Activities • Live Music • Tombola • Meerkat Feeding • Silent Auction

Admission includes: Exclusive access to the Zoo — Barbecue from 6.15pm to 8.15pm

Adults: £18 each (£22 after 6 June)
Children 5–16: £8
Children under 5 free of charge

Book online here

Organised by Friends of Battersea Park
Venue: Battersea Park Children's Zoo
Location: Battersea Park
Cost (per person): See above