The much anticipated Mitcham Carnival will once again return this year to kick off summer on Saturday 13 June, 12 noon at Three Kings Piece.
Merton Council’s fleet of refuse vehicles over 7.5 tonnes are being installed with side bars which will make the roads safer for cyclists. There is a lot of space under a lorry and the side bars act as a fence to prevent cyclists and pedestrians becoming trapped under the vehicle.
We live in one of London’s greenest boroughs, where more than 100 parks and gardens mean open space is never far away. Now spring is here our green spaces are […]
Mayor of Merton Councillor Agatha Akyigyina presented a cheque today to one of her charities, the pilgrimage trust, HPCT.
Merton Council is encouraging residents young and old to come along to its second annual Heritage Discovery Day on Saturday 28 March from 10am-4.30pm.
Merton Council’s £6m investment in reinvigorating Mitcham town centre was officially marked today as cabinet member for environmental sustainability and regeneration Councillor Andrew Judge visited the Mitcham Fair Green site […]
Residents and visitors to Mitcham will notice some changes in 2015, as the first phase of a project to rejuvenate the town centre gets underway. With stunning landscape features and […]
Merton’s ‘Young Creatives’ celebrated the publication of their first book, Tall Tales and Rapid Rhymes at an event in Mitcham Library over the weekend.
Tickets went on sale today for two of London’s most popular fireworks and bonfire displays, organised by Merton Council. The displays will take place at Morden Park on Saturday 1 November and at Wimbledon Park on Wednesday 5 November.
Forty lucky children who completed this year’s ‘Mythical Maze’-themed Summer Reading Challenge, were awarded certificates by Mayor of Merton, Councillor Agatha Akyigyina, at a special awards ceremony last week.