Merton launched its 16 days of action against violence, abuse and sexual assault campaign today (Tuesday 27 November) with the theme for this year, ‘Merton says No More’.
Merton Council is calling on residents to team up with its street cleaning crews and councillors this month, by donning rubber gloves and litter pickers in a bid to give […]
Businesses, providers and residents across Merton are being invited to attend the launch of the South London Partnership’s ‘Skills for South Londoners’ strategy, which will see the council link up […]
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.
A new campaign has been launched calling upon residents and businesses help make Merton a dementia friendly borough by 2020. Dementia Friendly Merton is supported by Merton Council, Merton Clinical […]
Dozens of bags and boxes stuffed full of items including chocolate biscuits, washing powder, nappies, bottles of squash and tins of soup were donated by council staff to the Wimbledon […]
Merton Council is proud to be working with Merton Police to be the first London borough to roll out the Ask for Angela scheme in its pubs and bars to […]
Merton Council has joined forces with Merton Police to pledge support to an international anti-violence and abuse campaign with 16 days of events and social media this month.
Merton Council’s leader, Councillor Stephen Alambritis, will be frying fish, making dainty sandwiches and pulling pints of beer to celebrate Merton’s many small businesses this Small Business Saturday (3 December).
It is with great sadness that we report the death of the Reverend Doctor Andrew Wakefield, who dedicated his life to the Merton community.