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 […]
Merton Council is organising a peace walk on Sunday 17 September starting at 1pm at Canons Leisure Centre in Mitcham and finishing back at Canons at 3pm, followed by a […]
Construction work on the new Morden Leisure Centre is well underway with foundations being laid, the 25-metre pool already formed and piling going in.
Merton Council is asking residents if they think the current rules for dog walkers and owners are adequate or should be extended in order to keep the borough clean and […]
Merton Council believes it has what it takes to be crowned London’s ‘Borough of Culture’ in an exciting initiative recently launched by the Mayor of London.
Youngsters from the Pollards Hill Youth Club helped clear up the surrounding recreation ground with a little help from local councillor Joan Henry. The team of young people aged 8-14 […]
Merton Council is teaming up with the Metropolitan Police this month to give cyclists the opportunity to have their bike marked with a unique serial number, making it easier to […]
Online and postal scams, such as fake lottery wins, bogus inheritances and get rich quick schemes, are increasingly landing in local residents’ email accounts and post boxes. Trading standards officers […]
A cowboy builder has been jailed after his building company began knocking a pensioner’s house down without getting permission. Gary Nichols, Director of Gladstone Roofing and Property Maintenance Ltd, was […]
A company claiming to be creating the world’s smallest travel adapter ignored potential safety concerns and continued to raise hundreds of thousands of pounds through crowdfunding campaigns, despite concern from […]