A pub saved by its MP and campaigners is celebrating one year of not being a supermarket this weekend.

The Wheatsheaf, opposite Tooting Bec station, was under threat in 2013 when it was revealed the lease was due to expire.

Wandsworth Times:

July 2014: Council succumbs to pressure to protect Tooting's Wheatsheaf pub

July 2013: Tooting Wheatsheaf campaigners attempt to use planning laws to save pub

The pub's patrons feared the worse and rallied to save it from becoming a supermarket corner shop. 

Pressure from Tooting MP Sadiq Khan and from campaigners including his Conservative election rival Dan Watkins meant the pub was eventually listed as a community asset by the council.

In the event the pub ever does come up for sale, the community will have first refusal to buy it, and will have six months to come up with the funds to do so.

April 2015: Wonderful Wheatsheaf campaign heralds landmark final victory

April 2015: Government uses Wheatsheaf in Tooting to announce new pub protection measures

Wandsworth Times:

This weekend marks one year since the Wheatsheaf was officially saved, when the planning application to retain the pub, community space and a flat for the landlord was approved.

The pub will be offering discounts throughout the weekend to celebrate. 

Share your Wheatsheaf pictures with us on Twitter, @wandsworthnews.