Merton Council is set to provide residents with a year’s free membership to an electric car club which uses vehicles powered by 100% renewable energy. Merton residents will be among the […]
A volunteer and councillor living in Merton has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours. Cllr Agatha Akyigyina, who has been volunteering for more than 30 years, thought […]
The grandees of bowling passed some of their skills onto the younger generation in preparation for the annual Merton Schools Bowling Tournament on Monday. Merton Bowling Club was hosting the […]
Rutlish School has been rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted making it one of the top performing schools in Merton. Head teacher Alex Williamson welcomed the news citing staff and pupils ongoing […]
Peregrine falcons are preparing to take flight from Merton Council’s civic centre. The falcons first began nesting on the roof of the 14 storey building in 2015 returning each year […]
How can life go on after the Holocaust? That is the theme for this year’s Holocaust Memorial Day event at Merton Council featuring guest speakers from across the faith and […]
The council want to know what residents think about council tax and council spending as part of a borough-wide consultation which launches on Friday 9 September.
It was a case of sheer pedal power for thousands of riders including Merton Council staff who raised a decent wedge for charity by cycling 100 miles in the RideLondon […]
The deadline for nominations in the Merton Community Awards is fast approaching – don’t miss out.
More children than ever have participated in this year’s Summer Reading Challenge with more than 14,000 children in Merton pledging to read six books this summer.