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.
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Don’t suffer in silence – report hate crime. Merton Council and Merton Police are working together this National Hate Crime Awareness Week to encourage people to come forward and get […]
Merton’s Gorringe Park Primary School in Mitcham wants shoppers’ votes to be in with a chance of benefiting from £12,000 which would fund improvement works to its play area.
The leader of Merton Council has led fellow south London local authority heads in asking a newspaper group to re-think what it calls the ‘risk of erosion of local news.’
Merton has become one of the first London boroughs to join a national campaign against domestic violence and sexual assault.
Shampoo bottles, toothpaste tubes and empty bottles are all ‘Unusual Suspects’ that can be recycled as part of Recycle Week and beyond.
A fly-tipper is the first to have been hit with a £400 fine by Merton Council after new rules were introduced which enable the council to tackle fly-tipping more effectively.