A leaked document revealing potential cuts by Wandsworth Council has sparked fierce reaction from campaigners and residents.

Last week the Wandsworth Guardian revealed a series of proposed cuts and closures.

It contained intimations libraries could be cut, a day centre for the disabled could close and potential for Tooting Bec athletics track and Battersea Leisure Centre to be scrapped.

More than 100 people were in Battersea over the weekend protesting cuts, including members of the action group Wandsworth Against Cuts, Labour’s Parliamentary candidate for Battersea Will Martindale, Tooting MP Sadiq Khan and opposition leader Councillor Rex Osborn.

Mr Martindale said: "The residents I met were furious that Conservative councillors have considered closing Northcote and Battersea Park Road libraries, as well as the local leisure centre.

"They even considered stopping graffiti cleaning and dog foul patrols. One resident asked me, 'is anything safe'?"

A spokeswoman for Leonard Cheshire Disability, which runs two at-risk centres, Gwyneth Morgan in Wandsworth or Randall Close in Battersea, said: "We are currently having constructive discussions with Wandsworth Council to improve the sites and services for the disabled people we support there."

Council leader Ravi Govindia said: "It is because we constantly look at everything we do that we are able to offer the best quality services at a price local people can afford. And of course we always look at every possible savings option but reject any that would be unacceptable."