Merton launched its 16 days of action against violence, abuse and sexual assault campaign today (Tuesday 27 November) with the theme for this year, ‘Merton says No More’.
The Leader of Merton Council, Councillor Stephen Alambritis, will be spending Small Business Saturday visiting traders across the borough. Small Business Saturday, on 1 December, is a national campaign which […]
Support for the most vulnerable victims of domestic abuse across Richmond, Wandsworth, Kingston and Merton has been given a boost this White Ribbon Day, thanks to a £483,000 government grant. […]
Merton Council, in partnership with the borough’s Faith and Belief Forum are encouraging residents to take part in Interfaith Week from 11-18 November, to celebrate diversity in their communities.
Families in Merton have been making a splash in a brand new state of the art leisure centre.
Merton and Richmond Trading Standards are urging everyone to be vigilant after a resident was conned out of £1,200 in a voucher scam over the telephone.
A Merton couple were given the praise and recognition they deserve at an awards ceremony yesterday evening (Wednesday 24 October).
Merton council and the police have won an order to shut down a brothel in Mitcham. Merton Council’s Safer Merton team worked with the police to investigate complaints from residents […]
A busy high street has been designated as a 20 miles per hour zone to improve safety for road users and pedestrians. Merton Council, after consultation with Wimbledon Village Business […]
Merton Arts Space will be hosting electro duo, Spray on Monday 22 October. Performing live, Spray are inviting fans of 80s pop, 90s dance and techno to come and party […]