Summer activities for children organised by charity
Children are being invited to take part in a range of activities which have been organised by a crime busting charity.
Youngsters inspired after Team GB's Olympic success can try their hand at tennis, judo, archery and athletics.
There will also be a high ropes course, trapeze rig, arts, crafts and dance.
The activities have been organised by the Battersea Crime Prevention Panel, who are being sponsored by a number of companies and organisations.
Chelsea Football Club are giving their backing, as well as QVC, the Peter Jones department store, Met Police and the council.
As well as fun and games there will be careers advice available for older teenagers, who can find out more about the organisations taking part.
The event is part of the Battersea Crime Prevention Panel's Summer Scheme, which encourages good citizenship by arranging activities during the summer holidays.
It is taking place in Battersea Park's Millennium Arena from August 28-31, 11.30am-4.30pm, with entry costing £1 per day.
Visit batterseasummerscheme.org for more information