Prince of Wales Drive
A locals' guide to Prince of Wales Drive
"For me, there's no better place to take a stroll along the Thames than by Battersea Park..."Stephanie Kele
"When the weather is nice I like to take a walk up to the peace pagoda in Battersea Park - it's the calmest spot in London!"William Campbell
"It's exciting to see the London landscape transforming around Battersea Power Station..."David Law
Where do Prince of Wales Drive locals go?
The Prince Albert
Perfect for a post-park refreshment, this traditional pub opposite Battersea Park's Albert Gate has plenty of tables outside.
Submitted by Victoria
Flour to the People
Gorgeous local sourdough bakery that makes amazing coffees and fry ups - even homemade baked beans and perfect poached eggs!
Submitted by Hannah
A lively neighbourhood pub serving great food and Badger ales on draft.
Submitted by Victoria
Chelsea Physic Garden
A must for anyone interested in botanics and horticulture. They put on lots of workshops throughout the year and there's a fantastic Christmas fair too.
Submitted by Daniel
Battersea Arts Centre
Whether you're into theatre, comedy or the fantastic annual ale festival, Battersea Arts Centre always has something interesting on.
Submitted by Victoria
North St. Deli
In the heart of Clapham Old Town, this deli's very friendly staff sell freshly made salads and sandwiches.
Submitted by Alex
Hire a cricket pitch or get help from a tennis coach in the grounds of the grand Royal Hospital Chelsea.
Submitted by Clodagh
The Jam Tree
There are endless food and drink establishments around Clapham Common that have a lively atmosphere and The Jam Tree is included in these. It's amazing in the summer, as the whole front opens up into a terrace. They also do bottomless prosecco brunch at the weekend.
Submitted by Lisa
The newest gourmet burger joint on King's Road - great for an indulgent but fast lunch. Don't miss out on the mac 'n' cheese!
Submitted by Andrew
Tapas-style appetisers, game dishes and a rustic interior - an excellent restaurant for lunch and dinner with friends and family.
Submitted by Jamie
Who wouldn't enjoy a whole roast cow?! The Sunday roast at The Orange is certainly generously sized...
Submitted by Hayley
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"Now undergoing an extensive redevelopment, Battersea Power Station is one of London's most iconic buildings and is the largest brick built building in Europe."
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Child-friendly activities near Prince of Wales Drive
StorytimeBattersea Park Library
Storytime is half an hour of stories and book sharing. This session is for parents/carers and their children aged 2-5 years. Families can: listen to popular stories that will help their child learn, and make friends and socialise and help develop your child's imagination. There is no need to book just turn up. Please note these sessions are for members of Wandsworth libraries only. If you would like to join the library you will need to complete a library application form and provide a proof of identity and address. You will then be given a library membership card which will allow you to borrow items and attend this type of session. Website
Bridge KidsThe Bridge Christian Community Centre
All are welcome to join us at this baby and toddler goup. We have Toys, a singing time, a Bible story and snacks for children. £1 per family. Website
Exploring PlaySomerset Nursery School and Children's Centre
Come and have fun exploring different ways of playing with your child and help your child become more sociably interactive with other children and adults. This session is for parents and children aged under 2 years. This is an opportunity for young children to enjoy growing in confidence and developing their skills in: movement crawling walking and handling objects, finding their voices and building on their language skills, and expanding their vocabulary using nursery rhymes and songs. for children aged under 2 years Website
Baby PeepSomerset Nursery School and Children's Centre
These sessions are held over 10 weeks, supporting parent/carers in their role as a child's first and most important educator. These sessions are for parent/carers of children aged 0-1 years. Website
Music and MovementSomerset Nursery School and Children's Centre
An opportunity for you and your child to join in with a fun dance and movement session to music. This session is for parents and children aged 18 months plus. The activity aims to be: fun and enjoyable, encouraging enjoyment of physical activity, and introduce children to moving their body to a beat. Please wear clothes suitable for dance and movement. There is no need to book but please arrive on time for the session. Website
Baby Rhyme TimeBattersea Park Library
Baby Rhyme Time is a lively session of songs and rhymes with action for babies and toddlers and their carers. This session is for parents / carers and their children aged 0 - 2 years. Families can: come and make friends, learn and sing songs that will help your child learn, and help develop your child's imagination. There is no need to book just turn up. Please note these sessions are for members of the Wandsworth libraries only. Website
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- Nine Elms
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