Merton residents and visitors to the borough will now be able to use a cashless parking service for on-street parking for the first time from this week. Motorists no longer have to hunt for change as the new RingGo system offers an alternative way to pay and display parking that does not use coins. Merton Council introduced cashless parking to all 14 council-owned car parks last year and has now rolled out the cashless service across all 3,600 council-operated on-street parking bays.
A record number of children from Merton were praised for the successful completion of this year’s Summer Reading Challenge at a ceremony in Mitcham Library on Thursday 1 October 2015.
Mitcham resident Daria Piatek is the latest winner of the Love Your Street prize draw, taking home a £100 One4All voucher.
Fourteen Merton schools which are part of the teacher training initiative, Teach Wimbledon, are coming together to offer all those interested in becoming a qualified teacher, advice on where to train and which schools in the borough offer teacher training places.
Merton Council has announced that popular Classic FM presenter will be compering its Classics in the Park spectacular on 11 and 12 September.
Morden resident Joanna Coppola is the next winner of the Love Your Street prize draw, taking home a £100 One4All voucher.
Merton resident and devoted Donald Hope Library volunteer Mohammed Faraz (21), has been awarded a Kobo e-reader for being one of three runners-up across the country in the Reading Agency’s […]
Mayor of Merton’s rider Tony Richards cycled 100 miles in the Prudential Ride London this weekend (2 August), crossing the finishing line in The Mall six hours and 24 minutes after leaving the start line at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium early Sunday morning.
Four of Merton’s parks have been awarded Green Flags for being recognised as some of the best green spaces in the country.
Merton’s war history is set to be carved in stone thanks to descendants of the borough’s First World War heroes.