Winter wedding inspiration from leading wedding planner
Matthew Shaw, founder & creative director at sauveur. shares his winter wedding inspiration...
Katherine Low Settlement in Battersea is a much-loved busy charity that has been at the heart of Battersea since 1924 and is celebrating its 100th birthday in 2024.
'House of Love' is a large 360-degree new community mural by London-based artist Adalberto Lonardi, created to celebrate the Settlement's 100th anniversary. It was funded by Wandsworth Council and tells the story of a multicultural community moving harmoniously through time from 1924 to today. 47 volunteers took part in the 147 hours of production and painting, using 40 different colours and 24 litres of paint on the 105 square metres of wall.
Adalberto Lonardi said, "I called it 'House of Love' because this is what KLS represents to me, those that work here and the children, families and elders that the charity impacts every day."
Aaron Barbour, former chief executive of KLS adds, "It has been a successful collaborative and colourful project that's brought people from across the community together. Come and see it."
If you're looking for a venue hire space for a pre- or post-wedding get-together, The Chapel Room is ideal for parties with up to 70 loved ones (50 seated); it's flooded with natural light and has a full-length mirror on the end wall and comes complete with eight tables and 40 chairs.