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“Demon Dogs” by students from South Thames College

Original Music – Composed, sequenced and mastered by Music Production and Performing Arts Students and Staff at South Thames College. Video & Editing – Shot on Canon DSLR 700D and Edited on Adobe Premier Pro CC by Creative Media Film & TV students Performance – Choreographed and Performed by Level 3 Performing Arts Students We offer a variety of different creative arts courses at all levels, in just about any subject you can think of! Come and join the digital and creative revolution! Visit us on Twitter or Instagram @CreativeSTC

“Love to Hate” by students from South Thames College

“Love to Hate” by students from South Thames College

Original Music – Composed, sequenced and mastered by Music Production and Performing Arts Students and Staff at South Thames College. Video & Editing – Shot on Canon DSLR 700D and Edited on Adobe Premier Pro CC by Creative Media Film & TV students Performance – Choreographed and Performed by Level 3 Performing Arts Students We offer a variety of different creative arts courses at all levels, in just about any subject you can think of! Come and join the digital and creative revolution! Visit us on Twitter or Instagram @CreativeSTC

“Demon Dogs” by students from South Thames College

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/

“Demon Dogs” by students from South Thames College

Southfields Speed Gun campaign

Alastair Greener reports on a proactive campaign in Southfields to increase road safety and adherence to the relatively new 20 mph speed restrictions becoming more common throughout Wandsworth. Please support their crowdfunding campaign by making even a small donation via: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/Southfields-speed-gun Special thanks to the officers of the Southfields' Safer Neighbourhoods Team and the Wandsworth Traffic Team.

“Demon Dogs” by students from South Thames College

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

“Demon Dogs” by students from South Thames College

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

“Demon Dogs” by students from South Thames College

Love Local London: Earlsfield

First of a new series which puts the spotlight on local life in South West London. Denise Waterman talks to community Estate Agents Haart, samples the local cafe culture, goes golfing, checks out some typical "young Earlsfield family" shops and finishes with a well earnt cocktail in one of the areas many superb bars. http://www.beanandhop.co.uk/ @beanandhop http://oceanhomedesigns.co.uk/ @oceanhomedesign http://www.bumptobaby.co.uk/ http://www.clgc.co.uk/ @CLGCGolf http://www.threesixsix.co.uk/ @ThreeSixSixLDN

“Demon Dogs” by students from South Thames College

Earl Spencer Gastro-pub, Southfields SW18

A stylish peak behind the doors at Southfield's renowned gastropub The Earl Spencer. Produced by our media partners SeenScreen (see link below). The Michelin Guide 2015 ‘Bib Gourmand Award’ - “A handsome Edwardian Pub a baseline lob away from the All England Tennis Club the Cooking is fervently seasonal; flavours are assured and ingredients marry well” “Traditional” “Good food at moderate prices” The Good Pub Guide 2015 ‘Main Entry’ South London, “Sizeable Edwardian pub with lively bustling atmosphere and plenty of cheerful customers” “Standard Lamps, Modern Art on the walls and an open fire” “Stools line the U-Shaped counter where efficient and friendly staff serve 6 ales on hand pump”. http://www.theearlspencer.com/ @TheEarlSpencer

“Demon Dogs” by students from South Thames College

Local business spotlight – Southfields SW18

This is the first in a series of videos by Quick Brown Fox (see link below) supporting independent local businesses in and around London. The initiative was launched on Black Friday 2014 and shortly before Small Business Saturday on 6 December to remind people to buy from the independents. We hope you enjoy these stories and please contact us if you're a Small Business with a story to tell. Because we'd love to tell it and share it with local audiences. The Quick Brown Fox Video Production hello[at]thequickbrownfox.co.uk __ Featuring: Gabriela Larios - Gabote - Textiles, Design & Illustration http://www.gabrielalarios.com Josefina Garcia - Nanos - Spanish classes for toddlers http://joga.topick.net Mellissa Scamporlino - Hercule’s Cakehouse - Creative bakes for all occasions http://www.herculescakehouse.co.uk Sue Leese - Salt & Pepper - Cafe, hub & Catering http://www.saltandpepperfoods.co.uk Acknowledgements: Carolyn Ong & Mike Fletcher for their generosity of time & equipment John & Sue - Salt & Pepper foods http://www.saltandpepperfoods.co.uk & Melonie Salam - Club Creche http://www.clubcreche.co.uk for allowing to use their shops as location. Music by: Josh Woodward www.joshwoodward.com

“Demon Dogs” by students from South Thames College

The Wimbledon Pilates Clinic

Pia Jackson continues her quest for fitness, trying "Anything but the Gym" and visits the lovely Lisa Lamberti at the Pilates Clinic in Wimbledon. The Pilates Clinic in Wimbledon is about to celebrate their 1st anniversary and will be giving away all sorts of freebies as part of this October's celebrations. For more information please phone Lisa directly on: 0208 947 8601 or 07984920232 www.thepilatesclinic.com @thepilatesclnic

“Demon Dogs” by students from South Thames College

Sheringdale School – Young Voices at the O2 Arena

Many thanks to lovely folk at KPMG Thames Clippers for putting on a special free service so the pupils and staff from Sheringdale could arrive in style for their special day at the O2. We hope that parents and staff who couldn't be there (or couldn't make out the children amongst 8000+ other white "dots"!) enjoy this special souvenir of the day. www.thamesclippers.com/about/about-us.html @thamesclippers http://www.sheringdale.org/

“Demon Dogs” by students from South Thames College

Winter Wonderland by Love Wimbledon

Dashing around Centre Court shopping centre, Denise Waterman has just enough time from her compère duties to introduce this year's Winter Wonderland. Festive fun and good cheer for all... See also our full length video of the amazing performance by "Flawless". Merry Christmas from everyone here at South West London TV! www.lovewimbledon.org @lovewimbledon

“Demon Dogs” by students from South Thames College

Art and Cocktails at Cannizaro House

Pia Jackson invites you to join her for an evening of culture and cocktails at the Cannizaro House Hotel. The hotel now hosts a quarterly exhibition of local art in a stunning location with delicious people and memorable cocktails... or is it the other way round? http://www.cannizarohouse.com/new-art-at-cannizaro/ @cannizarohouse http://www.flickr.com/photos/taylortorrphotography/

“Demon Dogs” by students from South Thames College