Merton Council will be paying its respects to the past and building hope for the future when it hosts a special event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.
Merton won £1,000 at the annual London New Year’s Day Parade which is to be donated to the Mayor of Merton’s charities, Merton Mencap and Commonside Community Development Trust.
Come and support Merton’s entry in the 2018 New Year’s Day Parade at 12noon on Monday 1 January 2018 in the heart of London.
Members of the community who dedicate their time to supporting families and young people, improving local areas and driving continuous improvements in our schools have been honoured at Merton Council’s […]
Remembrance services in Merton will be held on Friday 10 and Sunday 12 November.
To mark London Peace Week (19 – 26 September), Mayor of Merton Councillor Marsie Skeete and Leader of Merton Council Councillor Stephen Alambritis put on their walking shoes and joined […]
Merton Council is organising a peace walk on Sunday 17 September starting at 1pm at Canons Leisure Centre in Mitcham and finishing back at Canons at 3pm, followed by a […]
Council worker Sue Keay is gearing up for a 100 mile cycle challenge. Sue will be joining 20,000 other cycling enthusiasts for the Prudential 100 on July 30 when she will […]
A minute’s silence was held outside the Civic Centre at noon today in remembrance of those affected by the terrorist attack in Finsbury Park last Monday. The Union Jack flag […]
There will be a minute silence tomorrow morning (6 June) at 11am to remember those who died in the terror attack in London on Saturday evening. Residents are invited to […]