It’s been a great summer but as the days get shorter, don’t despair – there’s plenty to do in Merton this autumn whatever your age. It’ll be a blast Culture […]
October is Black History Month – the chance to delve into the past and discover the people, places and events that have shaped Merton’s story. One of the first black […]
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If you’ve ever wondered what your street looked like in Victorian times, or how your local town centre has changed over the years, look out for Merton Memories, a project capturing life […]
People who give up their time to help others were celebrated at the Merton Partnership Volunteering Awards this spring. Now in their second year, the awards recognise outstanding contributions to […]
The River Wandle is not only steeped in history, it is now central to an on-going regeneration plan to develop a regional park, stretching into Merton. This edition of My […]
Exciting things are happening to Mitcham. My Merton gets the latest from the council’s regeneration team FutureMerton on what’s been going on in the town centre and what’s planned in […]
Your photographic memories of 2012 Merton’s Arts Development team asked for your photographic memories of 2012, whether that be a shot associated with the Olympics, Paralympics, Torch Relay, Diamond Jubilee, […]