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Charities & Community

Storm Peace Concert 2017

We were honoured to attend the STORM Peace Concert again this year - highlighting both the impact of gun and knife crime on victims and their families, but also the positive efforts being made by so many community groups to provide opportunities and support for everyone involved. www.stormempowerment.com www.dreamsreality.co.uk http://www.jimmyasherfoundation.org/

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Jimmy Asher Foundation at the Storm Peace Concert 2017

It was great catching up with our friends from the Jimmy Asher Foundation during the 2017 Storm Peace Concert at Wandsworth Town Hall. Joseph and Tafari say a few words about the work of the foundation and if you'd like to see one of their events we filmed previously, please head over to: http://southwestlondon.tv/celebrating-with-the-jimmy-asher-foundation/ The Jimmy Asher Foundation (JAF) is an organisation founded in honour of the late Denzil “Jimmy Asher” Maye, a staunch advocate for youth and community cohesion. The mission of JAF reflects the personal values and lifelong aspirations of Jimmy Asher, namely to offer a “helping hand for young people”. They offer support to youth from diverse backgrounds who wish to make positive life choices and develop into responsible young adults, further impacting on the wider community. http://www.jimmyasherfoundation.org @JAF_GLOBAL

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Wimbledon Foundation 2017

South West London TV and Lady Wimbledon were invited to Centre Court ahead of this year's tennis championships to find out more about the amazing projects supported and funded by the Wimbledon Foundation. http://www.wimbledon.com/en_GB/foundation @WimbledonFDN Original sound track composed for SWL.TV by local London talent Joel Mitchell: Sound Cloud: https://soundcloud.com/mb24ss Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mb24s_beats/ Website: http://officialjayymulaba.wixsite.com/mulabandzz

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Nine Elms youngsters bring monsters to life

Pia Jackson visits the Nine Elms regeneration area to see first hand how Wandsworth Council is working with local primary school children to get them interested in the changes going on around them and to excite their interest in the new arts and culture hub which has started to take shape. The "Monster Soup" project, funded by the Wandsworth Council and the Battersea Power Station Foundation, uses puppet theatre to explore connections between the River Thames and local communities, culminating in a lantern puppet parade through the area’s changing landscape. www.nineelmslondon.com www.pumphousegallery.org.uk @wandbc @PumpHouseGal @puppetswithguts @BatterseaPwrStn #monstersoup

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Peace Symposium 2017 – Speeches in Full

This Symposium is a key event of the Community held at the largest mosque in Western Europe and this year marks the 14th to date. The event promotes a deeper understanding of Islam and other faiths and seeks to inspire a concerted effort for lasting peace. This year’s theme is Global conflicts and the need for Justice. More than 800 guests attend the unique event including Secretaries of State, parliamentarians, diplomats, faith and civic leaders as well as representatives from numerous charities and faith communities. Guests will also get an opportunity to be given a guided tour of the mosque complex. Various dignitaries will give short speeches and the highlight of the event will be the keynote address by the Khalifa of Islam. http://peacesymposium.org.uk Reproduced with kind permission of Muslim TV Ahmadiyaa, MTA. www.mta.tv @muslimtv

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Surprise performance at Southside Shopping centre

Denise Waterman followed a tip-off to witness a brilliant "Flash Mob" by our friends at the World Heartbeat Music Academy at Wandsworth Southside shopping centre. Special thanks for additional video footage from: Michael Csanyi- Wills Quinn Oulton James Gero @whbeat www.worldheartbeat.org https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/years-music-tuition-for-70-disadvantaged-children/

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Celebrating with the Jimmy Asher Foundation

Keith Maynard meets the team behind the Jimmy Asher Foundation and some of the local young people they've helped. The night was a warm celebration with food, drink, music and dancing. A night full of love and unity... in true Jimmy Asher style! Filmed and edited by local videographer Rakeem Caesar. ❤💛💚💚💛❤ Subscribe to Jimmy Asher Foundation YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/results?searc... Jimmy Asher Foundation on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jimmyasherf... Jimmy Asher Foundation on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Jimmy-Asher-... Jimmy Asher Foundation on: https://twitter.com/JAF_GLOBAL Jimmy Asher Foundation on on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-928839284 Jimmy Asher Foundation Official Site: http://www.jimmyasherfoundation.org/ #HelpingHandsForYoungPeople #JAFGLOBAL #LoveLove Special thanks to the following performers: Irah Carty @mriccold https://www.facebook.com/YungIC?fref=ts Leon Anthony @LeonAnthonyUK https://www.facebook.com/LeonAnthonySpence?fref=ts Maverick & Malachi @MaverickMalachi https://www.facebook.com/reuben.alfredlecky?fref=ts https://www.facebook.com/malachi.alfredlecky?fref=ts

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Another successful TEDxWandsworth at South Thames College

South West London TV were proud to sponsor TEDxWandsworth for the second year. This time the theme was "Perspective" and tickets sold out within hours of going up online! A tremendously successful event thanks to all the hard work of the volunteers, organisers, speakers and performers. www.tedxwandsworth.com @tedxwandsworth Live music with kind permission of Sarah Bird: www.sarahbirdmusic.com @sarahbird_music

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Take 10 film exhibition at Wimbledon AELTC

Wimbledon BookFest partnered with Chocolate Films to teach sixth formers film making skills in a project funded by the Wimbledon Foundation. Sixth formers from 8 local schools took part and made short documentary films profiling individuals from the local community as part of the London wide project 1000londoners.com. Film subjects included actor Arnold Oceng, literary agent Peter Straus and GP Siyana Shaffi, who is running a project with refugees in Greece. Participating schools were St Mark's Academy, Graveney, Wimbledon College, Southfields Academy, Raynes Park High, Ricards/Rutlish (RR6) and Ursuline High. The films will be released on www.1000londoners.com every Monday from 17 October 2016. Click here to see the first film released featuring Peter Straus: www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZVtHN9Ryco A public exhibition about the project is on display at the Wingfield Café at the AELTC. All welcome [Tues 18 October-Sun 13 November, 10am-5pm, Admission free] @wimbledonfdn @Wimbookfest Kindly edited by Jo French: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/frenchjo

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Wimbledon Village raises funds for the Royal Marsden

Lady Wimbledon, Darling Magazine, the Dog & Fox and Dantastic joined Wimbledon Village Stables as they raised an amazing £11,000 for the Royal Marsden Hospital and had an absolute blast in the process. Pets, Fancy Dress, Horses, Families and Children all getting together on a beautifully sunny Autumn afternoon. www.ladywimbledon.com @LadyWimbledon www.darlingmagazine.co.uk @DarlingMagazine www.dantasticproductions.com @Dantastic_Prod www.royalmarsden.org @RoyalMarsden

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Clubercise with Shelly Palmer

We meet Shelly Palmer from Fabulicious Fitness who teamed up with Bellissima Beauty to help raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support at the Tunnel Club in Wimbledon. As well as helping with the medical needs of local people affected by cancer, Macmillan also looks at the social, emotional and practical impact cancer can have and campaigns for better cancer care. Its goal is to reach and improve the lives of everyone living with cancer in and around Wimbledon, and we would like to help them continue to do this. Clubbercise is a blend of simple aerobic and street dance moves, offering high and low impact options aimed at all abilities. So grab your glow sticks, get your disco on, and dance the evening away to 90s classics and the latest floor fillers. www.fabuliciousfitness.co.uk @ShellyVPalmer

Share Community Garden at Springfield Hospital

Hannah Christian reports on the great work of Share, a charity based in Clapham Junction which provides training and employment opportunities for disabled adults, including those with learning disabilities, physical/sensory impairments, autism and mental health needs. Share Catering: http://www.sharecommunity.org.uk/social-enterprise/share-catering Share Gardening: http://www.sharecommunity.org.uk/social-enterprise/share-gardening @ShareCommunity facebook.com/SHARECommunity

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Introducing the Wimbledon Foundation

Wimbledon All England Lawn Tennis Club is one of South West London's best known sporting venues... but did you know their charitable arm, the Wimbledon Foundation, donates £300,000 to local charities in Merton and Wandsworth every year? This short report gives a flavour of their work and links to four of the many charities they support. www.wimbledon.com/foundation @wimbledonfdn

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London Fire Brigade celebrates 150 years

As part of LFB's 150th anniversary celebrations we spoke to the men and women at Fulham Fire Station during their Open Day. Knowing our presenter's love of heights (!) with took the opportunity to throw Pia Jackson off the training tower... abseil rope attached, obviously. For more information please check out the following links: www.london-fire.gov.uk @LondonFire http://bit.ly/PLAYMOBIL_LondonFireBrigade www.playmobil.co.uk #PLAYMOBILbrigade

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Women’s Conference at the STORM Centre, Battersea

Denise Waterman meets Judith Jacob from "Eastenders", local Cllr Marie Hanson MBE, and the amazing people involved with STORM - a charity based in the Doddington Estate which is dedicated to empowering people for a brighter future. STORM would like to thank all the organisations that supported this event through their kind donations, as without them, it would not have been possible: The White Stuff Floral Angels Waitrose Tesco's Lush Nourish http://stormempowerment.com/

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What next for Twickenham Riverside?

For more information about the plans for Twickenham Riverside please see below: http://twickenhamlido.com/ http://www.richmondandtwickenhamtimes.co.uk/news/14245082._We_are_not_Richmond___Twickenham_residents_reject_riverside_proposals_as_consultation_results_revealed/?ref=mr&lp=14 Here are a selection of comments from the 2,300 strong Lido petition so far: LC, TWICKENHAM, UNITED KINGDOM This is a must for Twickenham's long term regeneration! TS, TWICKENHAM A great and sound idea to really rejuvenate the riverside. Self funding and fully costed so minimal cost to the local tax payers. JA, TWICKENHAM, UNITED KINGDOM I would like to see more in Twickenham than pubs and charity shops. GR,TWICKENHAM, UNITED KINGDOM I am a local resident that would use this facility. SN, TWICKENHAM, UNITED KINGDOM I'd really like to see a lido in Twickenham and it would be an amazing feature for the riverside which seems to have strong financial support. MB, TWICKENHAM, UNITED KINGDOM At last something positive being developed for the people of Twickenham. It has been idle for far too long! SD, TWICKENHAM, UNITED KINGDOM It will bring a whole new lease of life to the area and generate business. We need this as the town centre is starting to die and shops are closing down.

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World Heartbeat Music Academy at the Putney Arts Centre

Charlie Shakespeare makes his debut for SWL.TV reporting from an amazing local performance by Wandsworth's own World Heart Beat Music Academy featuring young people from the area and supported by internationally acclaimed musicians Byron Wallen, Tony Kofi, Patrick Clahar, Tammy Weis, Laci Olah with the awards being presented by Julian Joseph and Alun Armstrong. www.worldheartbeat.org @whbeat

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Introducing the Vine Project, Sutton

The Vine Project finds new homes for unwanted furniture and kitchen appliances, around Sutton, Merton and parts of Surrey, providing a wide range of good quality items at affordable prices. By doing this they support local communities and families in need, as well as offering training and employment opportunities. www.thevineproject.co.uk @thevineproject1

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Business Bites – Earlsfield Campaign for Festive Lights

This is a recording of the popular "Business Bites" programme by Kay Chauhan and our media partners Wandsworth Radio. Join the campaign to light up Earlsfield businesses with festive lights this Christmas Kay Chauhan interviews Alexandra Wyatt, General Manager for Tara Arts and Committee Member for Earlsfield Business Network. She Explains why Christmas is high on her agenda. http://www.wandsworthradio.com/ #BusinessBites @wandsworthradio

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The Wimbledon Foundation – Helping charities in Wandsworth and Merton

Laura Cornelius was invited to join local charities at an exclusive reception hosted by Wimbledon All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC). Join her for a sneak peek behind the scenes and to find out more about the charitable work the Foundation does supporting its local communities. http://www.wimbledon.com/ @WimbledonFdn

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