Stephen Alambritis, Leader of Merton Council For all of us who live and work in the borough, it has been a massively challenging couple of months. And as the government […]
Our Merton Together campaign recognises and highlights the efforts of Merton Heroes across the borough for protecting and supporting vulnerable residents during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click the image below to […]
Everyone can help bring some Easter joy to the children of Merton this weekend by joining in the Massive Merton Easter Egg Hunt, says the Mayor of Merton. It’s a […]
‘Tis the season to enjoy buying special gifts and treats, but shoppers do need to be vigilant to make sure they don’t get ripped off by scammers. The sad reality […]
Rachael Wardell will join Merton Council as their new Director of Children, Schools and Families in May 2018.
A new campaign has been launched calling upon residents and businesses help make Merton a dementia friendly borough by 2020. Dementia Friendly Merton is supported by Merton Council, Merton Clinical […]
Merton residents and visitors to the borough will now be able to use a cashless parking service for on-street parking for the first time from this week. Motorists no longer have to hunt for change as the new RingGo system offers an alternative way to pay and display parking that does not use coins. Merton Council introduced cashless parking to all 14 council-owned car parks last year and has now rolled out the cashless service across all 3,600 council-operated on-street parking bays.
A record number of children from Merton were praised for the successful completion of this year’s Summer Reading Challenge at a ceremony in Mitcham Library on Thursday 1 October 2015.
Mitcham resident Daria Piatek is the latest winner of the Love Your Street prize draw, taking home a £100 One4All voucher.
Merton resident and devoted Donald Hope Library volunteer Mohammed Faraz (21), has been awarded a Kobo e-reader for being one of three runners-up across the country in the Reading Agency’s […]