The Leader of Merton Council has urged parents across the borough to tell the Government they are against the proposal to reduce funding for London’s schools in 2018. The new […]
Christmas can be a lonely time for the elderly. Thanks to the children of St John Fisher Primary School though, nearly 200 elderly people in the local Merton community […]
Wimbledon will become a vision of yellow and blue on Sunday 3 July as AFC Wimbledon parades through the town centre on an open top bus to mark their promotion […]
Merton Council has launched a consultation inviting the community to give their views on the potential closure of a footpath which runs through the grounds of Rutlish School. The consultation is […]
Merton Council is set to consult with the borough’s residents on the potential closure of a footpath which runs through the grounds of Rutlish School. The consultation will seek residents’ […]
The Mayor of Merton, Cllr Brenda Fraser was among thousands of fans who witnessed AFC Wimbledon lift the trophy after the team put in an incredible performance at the League […]
Merton council is warning residents not to give bank account details to a company claiming to reduce council tax payments. A company has been calling residents offering to save them […]
Merton could move towards a south London-wide solution to keep streets clean as part of the South London Waste Partnership (SLWP), a joint initiative between Merton, Sutton, Croydon and Kingston […]
Mike Brunt from Labour has been elected Figge’s Marsh new ward councillor with 74% of the vote.
Merton Council is continuing to crack down on dog waste and litter as it launches its ‘Any bin will do’ campaign this week.