Merton is flying the Union Jack at half-mast today as a mark of respect for those who lost their lives in the terrible events at Brussels yesterday.
Arts Council England has awarded Merton Council a £62,000 grant which will be spent on refurbishing the back of Wimbledon Library to create a flexible out-of-hours performance and exhibition space. […]
Along with a number of UK councils, Merton Council is supporting the DfE’s national Together, we can tackle child abuse campaign.
New cameras will be installed across the borough next month as the council moves a step closer to enforcing moving traffic offences using automatic number plate recognition (ANPR).
Figures recently released by the Office of National Statistics show Merton’s teenage pregnancy rate is at its lowest since they were first recorded in 1998. Merton now has the fastest […]
Merton Council is putting on a free, fun-filled, family festival at Mitcham Fair Green on Saturday 19 March, 11am to 5pm.
A special ceremony was held last night (25 Feb) to recognise students and staff from Mitcham schools on their successes over the past year.
Merton Council’s Local Land Charges team has been shortlisted for the third year running for a prestigious industry award for their achievements and outstanding work in providing local land charge […]
MASCOT Telecare, the service that monitors and responds to vulnerable residents living independently at home, celebrated its 25 year anniversary this week (1 Feb).
Similar to a number of schools across the UK, five schools in Merton were affected by security alerts this morning.