Residents aged 50 and over can now book themselves onto one of many exciting courses on offer at Merton’s 13th annual Celebrating Age Festival.
Now that summer is with us, why not go outside and make use of the free outdoor gyms in Merton’s parks.
Mayor of Merton, Councillor David Chung, joined the Majlis Ansaralluh United Kingdom to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitar in Morden Library last week.
Merton residents will once again have the opportunity to catch a glimpse of the cyclists taking part in the Prudential RideLondon cycle event as it flies through the Raynes Park and Wimbledon on Sunday 2 August.
Excitement has been building in Merton as the Wimbledon Tennis Championships got underway this week, with Merton Council playing a significant role in supporting and ensuring the smooth running of the world famous event.
Brenley Park Residents’ Association is seeing the benefits of their recycling success with the installation of their much-wanted CCTV.
Wimbledon Park is all set to be transformed into a wonderful open air classical music venue.
Primary schools from across Merton went head to head, competing for the prized trophy in the borough’s inter-school bowling competition on 22 June in John Innes Park, home of Merton Park Bowls Club.
Merton’s basketball team has successfully qualified for the finals weekend of the Balfour Beatty London Youth Games being held at Crystal Palace Nationals Sports Centre on Saturday 4 July.
Mayor of Merton Councillor David Chung formally dedicated the bridge in Bewley Street, Colliers Wood to the late Councillor Gam Gurung.