People in Merton and Sutton have strongly backed proposals to extend the tramlink from Wimbledon to Sutton town centre. Transport for London (TfL) is looking into plans to extend the […]
Four south-west London boroughs who are transforming the way local services are run and putting people first have been rewarded.
GCSE results out today show the average number of A*-C grades from Merton school students continuing to rise year on year.
Caroline Cooper-Marbiah from the Labour Party has been elected Colliers Wood new councillor tonight, following a 29.85 per cent turnout. A by-election was called in Colliers Wood at the end […]
Leader of the Merton Council, Cllr Stephen Alambritis said: “I will not stand by and allow Merton’s residents to be hoodwinked about the future of our wonderful libraries. Unlike other […]
Candidates standing in the Colliers Wood by-election were confirmed at midday today.
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British Wimbledon tennis champions over the past five decades are set to be recognised by Merton Council, the host borough to the championships, starting with Andy Murray who became the […]
Bob Cargill, former Headteacher of Bishop Gilpin Primary School in Wimbledon has sadly died this week. Councillor Martin Whelton, Cabinet Member for Education paid tribute to Bob. He said: “Our […]
The council has made the following statement in relation to signage erected at the tennis courts in Dundonald Recreation Ground. Councillor Martin Whelton, Cabinet Member for Education, said: “The children […]