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V&A Friday Lates

Check out our latest 360 degree video! If you're watching on a smartphone you can move around to watch from literally any angle, and if you're watching on a computer, just click and drag the mouse to change the viewing angle. The original video was filmed in 8K so if you have a really good internet connection, feel free to click the "cog" icon at the bottom right of the video player to increase to the maximum possible quality setting. Enjoy!

“Demon Dogs” by students from South Thames College

Wandsworth Chamber of Commerce – 360 degree intro

Check out our latest 360 degree video! If you're watching on a smartphone you can move around to watch from literally any angle, and if you're watching on a computer, just click and drag the mouse to change the viewing angle. The original video was filmed in 8K so if you have a really good internet connection, feel free to click the "cog" icon at the bottom right of the video player to increase to the maximum possible quality setting. Enjoy!

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Ernest Bevin College, Tooting

Ernest Bevin College is a secondary school for boys located in Tooting, London, England with a mixed Sixth Form. It has over 1200 pupils and is rated Outstanding by Ofsted. It has STEM Assured Status and also specialises in Sport. www.ernestbevin.london @ErnestBevinColl Address: Beechcroft Rd, Tooting, London SW17 7DF Phone: 020 8672 8582 Founded: 1970 Local authority: Wandsworth London Borough Council Principal: Rukhsana Sheikh

“Demon Dogs” by students from South Thames College

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

“Demon Dogs” by students from South Thames College

Coming soon – Walker Stalker Con

Hannah Christian braves the queues, crowds and horrors of the UK’s leading Zombie-fest: Walker Stalker con at Kensington Olympia. Panellists include world famous celebrities from The Walking Dead, Bates Motel, The Girl With All the Gifts and more: Andrew Lincoln, Scott Wilson, David Morrissey, Katelyn Nacon, Greg Nicotero, Caitlyn Vanbeck, M.R. Carey, Michael Traynor, Khary Payton, Tom Payne, Xander Berkeley, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Austin Amelio & Steven Ogg.

“Demon Dogs” by students from South Thames College

Playmobil Competition February 2017

We're excited to announce the first of a monthly series of free competitions in conjunction with Playmobil who hosted us at the Toy Fair Olympia 2017. This video include's Abigail's Top Picks for product sets being launched in February and you can find out how to enter our competition by going to: www.southwestlondon.tv/playmobil For those interested in Egyptian history, the water machine featured in this report is called a Shaduf. www.playmobil.com @PlaymobilUK

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Getting the most out of your online video

We've learnt a lot of lessons the hard way since since starting our online channel, and this short video contains our Top 10 tips for getting the most out of your corporate or charity video and getting noticed by the people you're trying to connect with. What do you think about our suggestions? What's worked for you? What hasn't worked? We'd love to hear back :) Please subscribe!

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Calling all UK fashion designers

The Britain’s Top Designer Award 2017 is now open and invites applications from fashion designers across the nation including South West London. Applications are invited via: http://www.britainstopdesigner.com/application The Britain’s Top Designer Award is part of Fashions Finest Catwalk Shows during London Fashion Week. Fashion and music drew an influx of celebrity attendees at Fashions Finest this September […]

Swing Punks – Interview with composer Chris Bemand

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

Branduin social media workshops at South Thames College

Charlie Shakespeare attends one of several business workshops delivered by Branduin Business Support who help small business owners to improve their business. Branduin works alongside Chambers of Commerce and local councils to provide business support programmes, from startups to established businesses. The Marketing & Social Media workshop in this video is aimed at early stage businesses who are looking to get their marketing on the right track quickly. It is part of a Business Support Programme being delivered in partnership with Wandsworth Chamber of Commerce and on behalf of Wandsworth Council. For further information on the programme, please go to http://www.wandsworthchamber.org/business-support.php

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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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Doing the Splash Dance

Denise Waterman joins local families and friends who are campaigning to get a new Splash Pad for Sir Joseph Hood Memorial Playing Fields on the Sutton/Merton/Kingston close to Motspur Park. Twitter @SirJHMPF / #SplashDance16 www.facebook.com/SplashPadAppeal Facebook Group: Friends of Sir Joseph Hood Memorial Playing Fields www.friendsofsjh.org contactus@friendsofsjh.org

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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.

“Demon Dogs” by students from South Thames College