Merton is celebrating another successful year at London’s New Year’s Day Parade (Tuesday 1 January) after winning £5,000 for the Mayors charities with its entry, ‘Merton Welcomes the World’.
Come and support Merton’s entry in the 2018 New Year’s Day Parade at 12noon on Monday 1 January 2018 in the heart of London.
The mayor of Merton is looking for young dancers to perform in front of millions at London’s New Year’s Day Parade and festival in the capital.
A brand new, temporary creative art space was officially opened by the Mayor of Merton this week in Morden town centre.
A parade will march through the streets of Morden to celebrate members of the country’s Armed Forces on Saturday, 25 June.
Merton won first prize in the London New Year’s Day Parade for the second year running, with £7,500 going to the Mayor of Merton’s charities. Merton’s entry “My Fair London” […]
The new Mayor of Merton Councillor David Williams, who was sworn in on Wednesday 16 May, said he was looking forward to starting his Mayoralty with the Diamond Jubilee celebrations […]
Merton Council is celebrating another year of success at London’s New Year’s Day parade after it came joint first place with Westminster Council, for its ‘Horsepower’ float on 1 January. […]
Merton Council is celebrating another year of success at London’s New Year’s Day parade after it last week (Friday 1 Jan) won second prize for its ‘Pantoland’ float and £6,000 […]
Following Merton’s victorious float entry in the New Years Day parade in central London, Merton’s Mayor, Councillor Judy Saunders expressed her delight by issuing the following words. ‘I am delighted […]