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Nine Elms – Battersea Dogs and Cats Homes

Battersea Cats & Dogs Homes is synonymous with the area that has been home for nearly 160 years. During that time much has changed around it, including the iconic chimneys that form Battersea Power Station. Chief Executive Claire Horton talks about how the charity is forging a bright future as part of Nine Elms. This short video is an excerpt from our recent behind the scenes documentary on the Nine Elms development in London. If you enjoyed this video, please have a look at the full report here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7MTjes0vBU www.wandsworth.gov.uk/nineelms @NineElmsTeam

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Nine Elms – Behind the scenes in London’s newest district

Every day thousands of commuters pass the new and emerging buildings that are beginning to change London’s skyline on the South Bank. To tell the story of what's happening behind the skyline at Nine Elms, Wandsworth Council commissioned this mini-documentary which looks at the redevelopment of a once barren industrial area from the perspective of new and old tenants. www.wandsworth.gov.uk/nineelms www.nineelmslondon.com @NineElmsTeam

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Broken Bodies Broken Minds (some disturbing images)

As well as reporting on community issues in and around SW London, we also try to help out charities and causes where we can. This documentary highlights the plight of the stray dog population in Romania and was made for Wetnose Animal Aid with kind support and involvement of Amanda Holden, Peter Egan, Lorraine Chase, and Saffron Replublica. We've submitted thsi video for the House of Commons "Film the House" awards 2015. Please support us and support the many animal charities featured by sharing this far and wide. Thanks you.

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Wetnose founders meet ITV’s Amanda Holden

Keith Maynard joins Andrea and Gavin from Wetnose Animal Aid as they prepare to meet Amanda Holden of Britain's Got Talent fame to record an appeal for their forthcoming 'mission' to Romania, accompanied by some of the SWL.TV crew. Amanda herself is a long time supporter of animal welfare causes and lives locally in SW London. www.wetnoseanimalaid.com @wetnoseanimal

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