It is with great sadness that we report the death of the Reverend Doctor Andrew Wakefield, who dedicated his life to the Merton community.
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 Council would like to apologise to residents who have experienced difficulties contacting the council. Unfortunately soaring temperatures has meant that air conditioning units that keep the council’s server cool, have failed. […]
Merton Council has paid tribute to the 50 victims of America’s deadliest mass shooting at the weekend.
Merton is flying the Union Jack at half-mast today as a mark of respect for those who lost their lives in the terrible events at Brussels yesterday.
Safer Merton, the partnership made up of the council, the police, the fire brigade and other agencies, will be on hand to answer residents’ questions at the first in a […]
Merton Council lowered its flag this morning in memory of all those who lost their lives in the terrorist attack last Friday (13 November 2015). The council has also opened […]
Merton Council in partnership with the borough’s Faith and Belief Forum will host a discussion about how faith is covered in the media and an afternoon tea event during Interfaith […]
Merton Council has been shortlisted for National Compact Awards this year in three different categories- innovation, engagement and advancing equalities.
Merton is set to hear the sound of leather on willow as Mayor of Merton, Councillor David Chung, opens a cricket fun-day for all the family next month.