Kelly Braund from the Labour Party has been elected St Helier’s new ward councillor with 74% of the vote. A by-election was called in St Helier ward after the resignation […]
Merton Council is marking Private Fostering Week (3 – 7 July) by reminding residents to get in touch if they know a child is living with someone other than their […]
Children across the borough are being challenged by animal agents to read six books or more during the school summer holidays. Merton libraries are supporting the Summer Reading Challenge, an […]
A minute’s silence was held outside the Civic Centre at noon today in remembrance of those affected by the terrorist attack in Finsbury Park last Monday. The Union Jack flag […]
Technology is being used to enable older and vulnerable people to live independently at home. Merton council is showcasing its MASCOT Telecare service to mark Telehealthcare Awareness Day on Friday […]
In the wake of the Grenfell Tower Fire the council held a minute’s silence outside the Civic Centre at 11am today. As a mark of respect the flag outside the […]
Merton has just declared the general election results for the two constituencies in the borough.
The South London Legal Partnership (SLLP) has been shortlisted in the Going Paperless Project of the Year category of the Public Sector Paperless Awards 2017, hosted by Gov News Direct. […]
Merton Council is supporting a national campaign against domestic violence and sexual assault.
An art exhibition of work created by students with disabilities or learning difficulties will be going on display in Wimbledon and Morden.