Merton Council is well prepared to deal with icy roads in the coming days and weeks with its store of 2,400 tonnes of salt and fleet of five gritters at […]
Merton Council’s primary schools have put the council in the top 10 local authorities for year 1 phonics.
Over 60 bags stuffed full of donations from staff at the council were delivered by Leader of Merton Council, Councillor Stephen Alambritis, to the Wimbledon Foodbank last week.
Merton Council was chosen by Resource London as one of nine London councils to be part of their EU-funded pilot initiative, encouraging people to eat more healthily, reduce the amount […]
Merton Council’s annual event to celebrate the success of the borough’s young people was hosted by Raynes Park High School last week.
Merton Council signed, sealed and delivered its bid for the borough to be London Borough of Culture 2019, today (1 December).
Merton’s secondary schools, which are all rated Outstanding and Good, are appealing to parents in ever greater numbers, increasing the urgency to bring a new secondary school to the borough, […]
Merton Council’s Leader, Councillor Stephen Alambritis is to visit a number of small businesses which are new to Merton this Small Business Saturday (2 December) to shine a light on […]
Merton Council will be keeping up the tradition of providing free parking to shoppers this Christmas in a bid to encourage people to spend their money at local businesses.
Merton Council is continuing its longstanding support of the international campaign against domestic violence and sexual assault.