On the evening of Friday 14 June, a bridge partially collapsed on the A217 Bishopsford Road / London Road near the junction of Riverside Drive in Mitcham causing damage to […]
Merton’s award winning libraries are celebrating Volunteers’ Week by saying thank you to its volunteers for the fantastic contribution they make to their service.
Themed sensory areas will be created in all of Merton’s libraries for all children, with additional services being provided for special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) children.
The colourful LGBT+ freedom flag can be seen flying over the Merton Civic Centre today to mark this year’s International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT). The Mayor of […]
Two new cabinet members have been appointed by the Leader of the Council, it was announced at the Council meeting on Wednesday 15 May.
Wimbledon Park Councillor Janice Howard was unanimously elected to serve as the next Mayor of Merton at a special Mayor Making ceremony on Wednesday 15 May.
A series of roadshow events are being held across Merton during Foster Care Fortnight (13-26 May) to recruit more foster carers, particularly for siblings, teenagers and unaccompanied asylum-seeking children.
A signposted route around Figges Marsh in Mitcham has been opened to encourage all residents, whatever their age or fitness levels, to walk, jog or run a mile every day. […]
Eleven residents have been prosecuted and fined more than £1,300 each for fly-tipping offences following two covert operations run by Merton Council.
On a sunny winter’s day, Mayor of Merton Councillor Mary Curtin officially opened the Leyton Road Community Resource Centre.