Merton’s confidential service, the One Stop Shop, which helps victims of domestic violence, marked its fourth birthday this week.
Hot weather is forecast from today (29 June) and residents are being advised to read the health tips available to them on the council’s website.
11 people who live, work and volunteer in Merton have signed up to a new health initiative that will see them encouraging others in the community to make healthier lifestyle […]
Following a new NHS five year plan proposing to alter hospital services across South West London, Merton’s Council Leader, Councillor Stephen Alambritis, has called for the resignation of the Chair […]
Merton Council has won in the innovation category at the 2014 Local Government Chronicle (LGC) Awards, the biggest celebration of innovation and talent across British councils.
To mark national No Smoking Day on Wednesday 12 March Livewell Sutton and Merton will be setting up a series of outreach stalls across the borough today.
Two Sexual Health Clinics in Merton will start offering all patients a new HIV testing service to coincide with World AIDS day on 1 December.
Members of the Merton Partnership committed to new ways of working to help reduce health inequalities at their annual conference last week.
Over 120 people attended Merton’s first ever Learning Disability Conference at the Chaucer Centre this week.
Merton is today named as one of only two boroughs in London to achieve top marks for the quality of its food offer Merton achieved joint first position in the Good Food for London report along with […]