The new provider of a £14m Work and Health Programme that aims to help south London residents who have previously been excluded from the world of work back into employment, […]
Merton Council was chosen by Resource London as one of nine London councils to be part of their EU-funded pilot initiative, encouraging people to eat more healthily, reduce the amount […]
Merton Council signed, sealed and delivered its bid for the borough to be London Borough of Culture 2019, today (1 December).
Merton’s secondary schools, which are all rated Outstanding and Good, are appealing to parents in ever greater numbers, increasing the urgency to bring a new secondary school to the borough, […]
Merton Council will be keeping up the tradition of providing free parking to shoppers this Christmas in a bid to encourage people to spend their money at local businesses.
Merton Council’s Children’s Services team and its Sustainable Communities team have both been shortlisted for a top local government award in their respective categories of the Local Government Chronicle Awards […]
Following Virgin Active’s announcement that they are considering giving up their long term lease at Battle Close, the council has released the following statement: “Virgin Active have approached us about […]
Merton Council has given a new lease of life to the grandstand next to the athletics track in Wimbledon Park. The renovation work has brought the building back to life […]
Merton Council took 15 cases of littering to court this month which resulted in 15 people being convicted at Lavender Hill Magistrates’ Court in South West London. These cases were for […]
Award winning sports broadcaster Clare Balding made a surprise appearance last week at the opening of Ursuline High School’s first playing fields since the school opened 125 years ago. Ursuline […]