New legal powers are set to help Merton council take enforcement action against private sector landlords who are letting out unsuitable or dangerous properties. At a meeting on Monday 3 […]
Merton’s award winning libraries are celebrating Volunteers’ Week by saying thank you to its volunteers for the fantastic contribution they make to their service.
Merton Council is to provide a future for two lone children to end their ordeal in refugee camps and has pledged to provide sanctuary for 50 unaccompanied child refugees, for […]
Councillors in Merton voted on Wednesday to join a national campaign calling for the abolition of Section 21 – the law which allows landlords to evict tenants with just two […]
Children and young people across Merton are being encouraged to give up fizzy drinks this month to reduce their sugar intake. Merton Council is supporting Fizz Free February, which was […]
Residents and visitors are invited to a Heritage Discovery Day being hosted by Merton Council on Saturday 12 May. The event runs from 12.30pm to 4.30pm and will take place […]
Merton is one of the top London boroughs to have the lowest levels of delayed transfers of care from hospital according to the latest figures released by NHS England. During […]
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 […]
Residents of Carter House Care Home in Raynes Park were treated to a celebratory afternoon tea event on Thursday 1 February to mark the annual Dignity Action Day celebrations. Dignity […]
More than 3,000 children took part in this year’s Summer Reading Challenge during the school holidays.