Residents now have access to thousands of historic images showing the borough’s past and present, following the launch of the Merton Memories website.
Merton Council is calling on residents and community groups to come forward with ideas for local heritage projects.
From next month, residents will have online access to thousands of historic images showing the borough’s past and present, thanks to the Merton Memories project.
Thanks to everyone who gave feedback about the last picture we published as part of the Merton Memories project.
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