WoW Mums June 2019 Newsletter has been published. Please go to Newsletters.
WoW Mums campaign against dog mess in parks where schools use the fields for their sports day has been successful. We got new all weather sports pitch in Banana park, so 2 estates, 2 primary schools and a disability centre can play safely.
WoW Mums helped at Knife Crime conference, organised by Rotary Club of Battersea Park to find solutions to knife crime problem. Phillip Dorman made a Wall of Sadness, representing coffins of all youths who died from knife wounds.
JWoW mums organised an educational and rehabilitational trip to Cornwall for families with respiratory problems, caused by high air pollution in London. Places will be allocated on first come first served basis for fairness.
WoW Mums are mentoring youth from NCS National Citizen Service in intergenerational work, for young people who would like to have a career in caring, catering, nursing or to become a doctor. This is our seventh year of mentoring youth from The Challenge.
WoW Mums May newsletter has been published. Please go to Newsletters.
We attended Living Streets meeting to see the Battersea Link presentation, prepared by architect Camilla Ween to connect South Battersea with North Battersea in an uniform way.