Battersea Power Station has had a remarkable transformation into the centrepiece for a new residential area, with the riverfront and gardens surrounding the power station transformed from industrial wharves for off-loading coal into lawns and informal prairie-style planting.
Meet at 10.30 at the entrance of Battersea Power Station tube (terminus of the Northern Line). The ticket, to be booked in advance and by 28 April, costs £19pp (this ticket does not include the cost of using the chimney lift). This visit is also open to friends of Members. Virginia Wason’s telephone number on the day of the visit is: 07384 631 701
We hope you will join this visit. As numbers are limited, before payment please email Virginia Wason on firstname.lastname@example.org to check availability, who will confirm.
Payment can be by cheque made out to ’RBKCDFAS No2’, and should be posted to Virginia Wason, 30 Rosaville Road, London, SW6 7BL
Or a Bank transfer made out to: Barclays bank zccount name ’Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Decorative and Fine Arts Society No2 Account’ Account no: 40802689 Sort code: 20-47-34 Reference: Battersea. Please advise Virginia by email when you have done the bank transfer.
Tube: Battersea Power Station, terminus of the Northern Line.
Buses 137 and 452 stop on the south side of Chelsea Bridge, which is on the Battersea Park side of the Power Station.