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Join King’s Volunteering on a visit to 575 Wandsworth Road, a National Trust property that celebrates the extraordinary talent of Khadambi Asalache, a Kenyan-born poet, novelist, philosopher of mathematics and British civil servant, who bought the Grade II listed Georgian terraced house in 1981 and turned into a work of art.
As part of the tour, hear from a member of the team about how you can volunteer your time on this wonderful property. Whether that’s sharing the story of the house to visitors as a House Experience volunteer or helping care for the delicate interiors and collections as a Collections Care & Conservation Volunteer.
Join this tour for a chance to explore 575 Wandsworth Road and learn how you can get involved with volunteering.
Due to the size and fragility of the house, no photographs can be taken. Bags and coats will be stored securely at the start of the tour, and there are no catering facilities or toilets onsite.
Maximum of 6 people per tour - please sign up to one timeslot.
If you are no longer able to attend, please cancel your ticket.
Date: Wednesday 20th September
- Tour 1: 11.00-12.00
- Tour 2: 13.00 - 14.00
- Tour 3: 15.00-16.00
Location: 575 Wandsworth Rd, London SW8 3JD
Directions: 575 Wandsworth Road is a short distance from all campuses across King’s
- Guys’s Campus: Take the Northern Line from London Bridge to Clapham Common
- Denmark Hill Campus: Take the overground from Denmark Hill to Wandsworth Road
- Waterloo Campus: Take the 77 bus to Westbury Street
- Strand Campus: Take the 87 bus to Westbury Street
Interested? Register for this event.
Want to get involved with volunteering at King's? Visit our website to learn more.
575 Wandsworth Rd, National Trust, London
575 Wandsworth Rd, London SW8 3JD