The biggest Karate Championship in Battersea is organised by Women of Wandsworth volunteers and graded by Buna KazukuKarate school. Next championship is on 25th November 2017.
WoW Mums appeared on cover page of Homelife magazine and on page 17, praising our good work in the community and our unique solutions to ubiquitous problems.
Senia Dedic, as a founder of Women of Wandsworth community organisation, has been invited to the Summer Party in City Hall organised by Cllr Leonie Cooper, Assembly Member for Wandsworth and Merton. The aim of this event has been for Leonie to meet all community organisations from her representing boroughs, to get an update on their good work in the community. We all enjoyed a lovely evening in the City Hall’s Viewing Gallery with other guests, organisations and charities.
Our balconies look much better since WoW Mums started the Wandsworth Plant Pollinator Project in April, which is organised by LSx, London Sustainability Exchange in London.
Who would have thought that the bees would find our flowers on balconies, which now form a pollinator path for all kinds of pollinating insects.
It’s great that this project creates a micro climate for wildlife and supports the biodiversity in London.
WoW Mums have been chosen by NCS- National Citizen Service to mentor youth on how to bridge the gap between the generations. Their The Challenge is to entertain the elderly and to serve them lunch.
WoW Mums are taking elderly residents from Haven Lodge, John Kirke Lodge and Falcon Estate RA to the theatre to see Smokey Joe’s Cafe musical at The Grand. Thank you Thames Christian College for free tickets.
WoW Mums June 2017 Newsletter has been published. Please go to Newsletters.
WoW Mums are taking the elderly from our community to The Grand theatre to see Smokey Joe’s Cafe musical from the 50s. This show is performed by the students from Thames Christian College as their final GCSE production.