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.
Merton Council launched its 16 days against domestic violence and abuse campaign today.
Merton Council’s civil enforcement officers (CEO’s) will wear body cameras from Monday 17 August. The council are rolling out this initiative in a bid deter the ever increasing problem faced […]
We live in one of London’s greenest boroughs, where more than 100 parks and gardens mean open space is never far away. Now summer is here our green spaces are […]