Pupils from Cranmer Primary School in Mitcham kick started Merton’s Big Tidy-Up weekend with the help of a litter-busting special star guest.
It is with great sadness that we report the death of the Reverend Doctor Andrew Wakefield, who dedicated his life to the Merton community.
Footballers from AFC Wimbledon are supporting a project which helps families achieve their goals of making healthier choices about their diet and doing more exercise.
It is all systems go for a new AFC Wimbledon stadium as Merton Council and AFC Wimbledon can now progress, without delay, their plans for Plough Lane.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan formally handed back to Merton Council today, powers to progress AFC Wimbledon’s application for a 20,000-seater football stadium which would bring the club back to […]
In a report published today, the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has indicated his preference to hand the decision back to the council. The Mayor announced today a Greater London […]
Cheering fans lined the streets of Wimbledon on Sunday, July 3, to celebrate AFC Wimbledon’s promotion to League One.
Wimbledon will become a vision of yellow and blue on Sunday 3 July as AFC Wimbledon parades through the town centre on an open top bus to mark their promotion […]
AFC Wimbledon fan Wayne Lecky raised hundreds of pounds for Merton Mencap after powering past The Beast and scoring against goalkeeper James Shea.
The Mayor of Merton, Cllr Brenda Fraser was among thousands of fans who witnessed AFC Wimbledon lift the trophy after the team put in an incredible performance at the League […]