The South London Special Educational Needs (SEN) Commissioning Programme, of which Merton Council is a founder member, has won a prestigious Local Government Chronicle (LGC) award in the efficiency category.
A special ceremony was held last night (25 Feb) to recognise students and staff from Mitcham schools on their successes over the past year.
Merton Council’s Local Land Charges team has been shortlisted for the third year running for a prestigious industry award for their achievements and outstanding work in providing local land charge […]
Merton’s Mitcham Community Orchard and Gardens and Merton’s Public Health service have been nationally recognised by the Local Government Chronicle awards. In addition, the South London SEN commissioning programme, a […]
Merton Council was recognised twice for the support it gives to small businesses at the prestigious London Councils Small Business Friendly Borough Awards.
Merton Council has been shortlisted for National Compact Awards this year in three different categories- innovation, engagement and advancing equalities.
Green fingered community groups, schools, residents and businesses celebrated at this week’s Merton in Bloom awards ceremony in Morden’s Civic Centre.
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.
Merton Council is calling on residents to vote for Raynes Park to win the high street of the year award as part of the annual Great British High Street Competition.
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 […]