Don’t miss out on two fantastic musical fireworks and bonfire displays put on by Merton Council in two of its beautiful parks this November.
Merton maintained schools are celebrating after another good year for GCSE results.
A Merton teacher has been named one of London’s top practitioners at an awards ceremony.
RideLondon returned for another exhilarating year on Sunday 29 July, taking place along the streets of London, including roads in Raynes Park and Wimbledon. Mayor of Merton’s rider, senior cycle […]
Merton Council is cracking down on illegally parked vehicles from this week in response to concerns raised by residents. From Wednesday 1 August, residents will be able to report an […]
On the advice of London Fire Brigade, no BBQs are to take place in Merton parks and open spaces until further notice. Due to the very hot weather, grass in […]
Merton Council and London’s Deputy Mayor for Transport, Heidi Alexander have officially launched the new look Mitcham Fair Green, which has been transformed thanks to funding from the Mayor, TfL […]
On Monday 16 July at Collier’s Wood Library, Merton was officially presented their Dementia Friendly Community status by Alzheimer’s Society. A dementia-friendly community is a city, town or village where […]
Mayor of Merton, Councillor Mary Curtin presented awards to members of the community and Merton Council’s Business Systems Team for their outstanding work at Merton’s annual council meeting (4 July). Bethany Grech from Mitcham was presented with […]
To mark this year’s Pride, Merton Council are flying the Rainbow flag from 2-7 July outside the civic centre on London Road. This year’s Pride event began on 2 July […]