Heavy rain did not put off hundreds of carnival-goers who packed into Mitcham to celebrate Her Majesty the Queen’s 90th birthday at the weekend.
AFC Wimbledon fan Wayne Lecky raised hundreds of pounds for Merton Mencap after powering past The Beast and scoring against goalkeeper James Shea.
The Mayor of Merton, Cllr Brenda Fraser was among thousands of fans who witnessed AFC Wimbledon lift the trophy after the team put in an incredible performance at the League […]
Merton’s cabinet took the next step this week in making proposals for a new, affordable family-friendly leisure centre become a reality.
Mayor of Merton, Councillor David Chung, has completed 110 lengths and has so far raised £400 for his charities, Friends in St Helier and Merton Centre for Independent Living.
Merton Council’s leisure provider, GLL, has announced it will be Sport Relief’s official health and fitness partner in 2016.
Kick away the winter blues and get active with Merton Active’s range of sport and leisure activities for children of all ages this half term (February 15-19).
Designs for the new Morden Leisure Centre are now ready for public consultation commencing on February 4 at the Morden Area Forum, 7.15 in the Civic Centre Council Chamber.
Merton Council’s cross-party planning committee tonight unanimously approved AFC Wimbledon’s application to build a new 20,000-seater football stadium in the borough.
Mayor of Merton’s rider Tony Richards cycled 100 miles in the Prudential Ride London this weekend (2 August), crossing the finishing line in The Mall six hours and 24 minutes after leaving the start line at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium early Sunday morning.