Eating disorders, anxiety, depression, self-harm and addiction in secondary school-aged children will be discussed at the first parent conference hosted by local charity stem4.
The mayor of Merton visited children at Haslemere Primary School in Mitcham to hear what they had learnt about staying safe online with advice from the council as part of […]
Residents are being warned not to respond to scam emails offering refunds on their council tax bills.
‘Merton welcomes everyone’. That’s the message from Merton Council ahead of its full council meeting tonight.
Hundreds of music lovers braved the rain on Saturday to enjoy an international concert by young musicians which raised £1,500 for the mayor of Merton’s charities.
It could be third time lucky for Merton Council’s Local Land Charges team who have been shortlisted for a prestigious industry award in its tenth anniversary year.
How can life go on after the Holocaust? That was the theme for this year’s Holocaust Memorial Day event at Merton Council featuring guest speakers from across the faith and […]
This summer’s Mitcham Carnival promises to be a family-friendly extravaganza of entertainment, food and fun.
How can life go on after the Holocaust? That is the theme for this year’s Holocaust Memorial Day event at Merton Council featuring guest speakers from across the faith and […]
The Merton LGBT+ Forum have been busy organising a number of social events to mark LGBT History Month in February, and they are inviting residents to take part.