Technology is being used to enable older and vulnerable people to live independently at home. Merton council is showcasing its MASCOT Telecare service to mark Telehealthcare Awareness Day on Friday […]
An art exhibition of work created by students with disabilities or learning difficulties will be going on display in Wimbledon and Morden.
Residents aged 65 and over in Merton are being encouraged to have a free flu vaccination to help them stay healthy this winter. Older people are at greater risk of […]
AFC Wimbledon fan Wayne Lecky raised hundreds of pounds for Merton Mencap after powering past The Beast and scoring against goalkeeper James Shea.
Mayor of Merton, Councillor David Chung, has completed 110 lengths and has so far raised £400 for his charities, Friends in St Helier and Merton Centre for Independent Living.
Merton Council is warning disabled residents to be extra vigilant over a phony website which charges for their Blue Badge applications.
Merton Council is encouraging anyone who has not yet renewed their Freedom Pass, to do so online so they can continue to enjoy the benefits of free travel around the capital.
Merton residents will have the opportunity next week to speak to suppliers of home safety products at an event hosted by the council’s MASCOT service and supported by UK Telehealthcare.
Mayor of Merton Councillor Agatha Akyigyina presented a cheque today to one of her charities, the pilgrimage trust, HPCT.
Merton Council’s All Saints Centre has just had a makeover thanks to 25 volunteers from warranty specialists Domestic and General in Wimbledon.