Hundreds of music lovers braved the rain on Saturday to enjoy an international concert by young musicians which raised £1,500 for the mayor of Merton’s charities.
We would like to wish you all a merry Christmas and a happy New Year from Merton Council.
Dozens of refugee children will be spending their first Christmas in Merton after the council stepped in to offer help when the Calais Jungle camp was dispersed.
Zebras of all shapes and sizes walking to school have been drawn by Merton schoolchildren to make up calendars to be distributed in time for Christmas.
Children, young people and babies in care, victims of crime or domestic violence will have a merrier Christmas thanks to hundreds of generous gift donations organised by the council and […]
A special primary school is celebrating being hailed by Ofsted’s chief inspector as a happy and inspirational place, with leaders and governors committed to maintaining excellence that others can learn […]
Late councillor Maxi Martin will be given one of the council’s highest honours in recognition of her exceptional dedication to the community and its young people over 18 years in […]
Young film-makers who documented their summer at the Acacia Adventure Playground have been highly commended in a national awards scheme.
Merton Council welcomes a report published today by Save the Children which lists Merton as a top 20 borough for childcare with an Early Years Teacher or equivalent working directly […]
A total of 1,774 children in Merton aged between four and 11 completed the Summer Reading Challenge by reading six books or more during the school summer holidays.