By Judith Loeffler

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There’s no stopping Wandsworth claiming its place on the list of places to be in London!

Property wise, the demolition phase at The Ram Quarter has been completed with work on the foundation and the basement excavation now started. Slowly but certainly the redevelopment of the historic brewery site in Wandsworth is taking shape and the impressions of what it will look like when completed are certainly stunning – explore for yourself here.

As to entertainment, the West Hill Farmers’ Market has launched in Wandsworth – from 21 June 2015 a huge selection of seasonal produce from free range poultry & meat, eggs, dairy produce, veg and fruit, fresh bread and so much more is on offer every Sunday  from 10am-2pm at West Hill Primary School playground. Loads of space for children to play and free parking included.

Over in Putney, the Putney Pier Art Market has returned this year showcasing a mix of original and contemporary artworks, handcrafted by creatives across Putney, Wandsworth and the South. On the first Sunday of each month, between May to December (August excluded),  you’ll find a blue and white ‘pop-up’ tented arts village offering pottery, paintings, jewellery, sculptures, glass ware and much more. Opening Times: 11am – 5pm.

For evening entertainment, the Luna Cinema offers a pop up open air cinema experience in Wandsworth Park. Located on the south side of the Thames in between Wandsworth and Putney, you can enjoy classic films under the stars in a beautiful park, overlooking the Thames.

And finally for a sporty summer event that is a bit different from the norm … there’s the Sumo Run in Battersea Park. It’s an annual 5km charity fun run in inflatable Sumo Suits. The organisers advise ‘you can walk, jog, run or wobble your way around (…)! Expect lots of giggles, smiles and shocked by-standers!’

 

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