Merton residents will get the chance to meet Crime Writers’ Association’s Macallan Short Story Dagger Winner and two-time Stonewall writer of the Year, Stella Duffy on Thursday 30 July at 7pm in Morden Library.
Merton Council is encouraging as many people as possible to go to the National Trust’s Morden Hall Park to see the winning Style Junkie creations, as the last day of the exhibition will be Sunday 26 July.
Donald Hope Library is set to take on a new lease of life as the next chapter begins for what will be a landmark building in Colliers Wood.
Residents in Merton applying for an Older Persons Freedom Pass will no longer be able to do so through the Post Office after changes announced by London Councils.
Mayor of Merton, Councillor David Chung was among a number of guests to meet Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh at Barking and Dagenham’s 50th anniversary celebration on Thursday 16 July.
Merton Council is giving music lovers everywhere the chance to purchase special early bird tickets for Classics in the Park. 10% off the original price is available until midnight on 31 July.
Winning entries from Merton Council’s Style Junkies competition are on display at the National Trust’s Sustainability Centre in Morden Hall Park until 26 July.
Merton is set to hear the sound of leather on willow as Mayor of Merton, Councillor David Chung, opens a cricket fun-day for all the family next month.
Merton Council has just opened its free prize draw to win two VIP tickets worth £120 to its first ever Classics in the Park concert which takes place this September. […]
This year’s record breakers-themed Summer Reading Challenge (SRC) kicks off on Saturday 11 July.