We're delighted to release an updated version of this video showcasing some of the great things going on locally at Ernest Bevin College. It was a delightful project and the expressions of the pupils and staff just say it all really :)
Earlsfield based group Lavender Skies finished their recent interview in our drop-in studio with a brilliant performance of their original work "Precious Time".
Stay tuned for the full interview with Denise Waterman, and if you like what you hear, check them out here:
Alex Willis-Bray spends the day in "cool" Tooting and tours the new housing development there - St George's Gate. If you're interested in London property or just want to see Tooting looking it's best, keep watching!
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.
Address: Beechcroft Rd, Tooting, London SW17 7DF
Phone: 020 8672 8582
Local authority: Wandsworth London Borough Council
Principal: Rukhsana Sheikh
| by Tooting Daily PRSS, Editor | Posted in Tooting News, Tooting Life, Tooting Food & Dining, Tooting Business, Tooting Events Tootopia 23rd September – 25th September 2016: A celebration and festival of the history, independent businesses and the people of Tooting. The restaurants, cafes, pubs and bars of Tooting are ready to host a whole array […]
Reproduced with kind permission from the SW London Environment Network. Restarting Tooting Yesterday I was witness to an inspiring event, a Restart Project drop-in event organised by Transition Town Tooting. If you haven’t come across Restart Project, they are a charity ‘taking local action to prevent electronic waste through hands-on, learning events where we help […]
Keith Maynard talks exclusively to celebrity chef Ainsley Harriott, the Mayor of Wandsworth, and Steve Pinto, CEO of the Wandsworth Chamber of Commerce at the Earlsfield's first ever Christmas Lights turn-on.
Happy Christmas from everyone here at the SWL.TV team!
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.
This video was filmed at Wimbledon Art Studios during the 34th Open Studios Art Show in November 2013 by Rob Kelly and John Stewart, from Artistically Speaking.
The Open Studios Art Show takes place twice a year at Wimbledon Art Studios (May and November) and attracts over 4,000 visitors each time. The show is a free-entry event, and the public can purchase art directly from well-established artists who work from their studio in South West London, and discover new emerging talents of all art disciplines (painting, sculpture, photography, illustration, ceramics, screenprinting, mixed-media, etc.)
Visit www.wimbledonartstudios.co.uk/open-studios/next-show/ to get more information about the next show.
Laura Cornelius enjoys the sights, sounds, and smells of another brilliant community event - this time in SW17 and organised by BATCA (the Balham and Tooting Community Association) and sponsored by Cospharm and Essential Local.
Businesses and residents from SW17 got together at the weekend for a taste of all things local. The sun shone, music played, food, drinks and gifts were everywhere.
Special thanks to Robert and the team behind the Bellevue Road Association, to our Media Partners Wandsworth Radio who hosted the music tent and to The Oiliboys for permission to film their fab music for this report.