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.
Work on the new Colliers Wood Library is progressing well with the library very close to completion.
Merton Council is supporting the national campaign Movember to raise awareness of men’s health with a giant moustache.