Merton Council’s leader, Councillor Stephen Alambritis, mixed batter for frying fish, decorated cupcakes and served waffles to customers to celebrate Merton’s many small businesses on Small Business Saturday (3 December).
South Wimbledon is open for business. That is the message from the council in the wake of the extensive flooding caused by a burst water main in Wimbledon.
Merton Council is supporting this year’s Fairtrade Fortnight by hosting breakfast events with its caterers, Gosto Fino, to raise awareness about the lack of food security for farmers around the world.
Professor Tony Travers from the London School of Economics delivered the keynote speech at Merton’s annual partnership conference yesterday (21 Jan). The professor is in the top 50 of the […]
Merton Council is set to take part in the national ‘Clean for The Queen’ initiative- one of the first local authorities to get behind the campaign.
Merton Council is keeping up its recent tradition of giving a boost to both shoppers and shopkeepers this Christmas by providing free parking.
Proposed savings to balance the council’s budget from April next year were considered by Merton’s cabinet this week, ahead of further government cuts expected to be announced later this year. By […]
Merton Council is calling on residents and local business owners to have their say on a revised draft statement of licensing policy that could lead to shops and other businesses […]
Lead authority Merton Council hosted the first ever joint regulatory service committee meeting with Richmond Council this week.
A Columbian banana farmer gave a presentation to Merton school children marking the start of Fairtrade fortnight, 24 February – 9 March 2014.