PICTURES: Charity at the heart of Battersea celebrates 90th birthday
A charity at the heart of Battersea held a 90th birthday extravaganza.
The West Bridge Choir show off their talents
Don't mess with these guys
The Katherine Low Settlement (KLS), in the High Street, was host to bands, DJs and dancers on Saturday, May 17.
Time for some line dancing
Kick-starting the day a campaign group, the Battersea Society, unveiled a blue plaque and a party followed which included face painting and competitions.
KLS has been serving the community since 1942 and is dedicated to fighting poverty and isolation.
The centre provides services for older people, newly arrived communities and unemployed people.
They have space for people to come together to build relationships, develop themselves and have a good time.
Wandsworth young carers project on hand with refreshments
Julian Lamerton, his son Nicholas 4, and David Evans from St Johns Ambulance
Tracy Frostick, Debbie Tayloy, Nicola Vatom and Joan Ford enjoying the sunshine
The Katherine Low Settlement
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