Award winning sports broadcaster Clare Balding made a surprise appearance last week at the opening of Ursuline High School’s first playing fields since the school opened 125 years ago. Ursuline […]
Merton Council is encouraging more people to consider cycling into work and is offering free adult cycle training for anyone living or working in Merton. The free six week course […]
Merton council officers have removed six abandoned vehicles from the highway on Morden Industrial Estate. A fall in scrap metal prices across the UK has seen an increase in dumped […]
Jim Millar is one of more than 50 street champions taking part in Merton Council’s Street Champions initiative. Jim, 57, goes out three times a week and picks up litter […]
Construction work on the new Morden Leisure Centre is well underway with foundations being laid, the 25-metre pool already formed and piling going in.
The Leader of Merton Council, Councillor Stephen Alambritis, has called on Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust to build any new hospital on the current St Helier Hospital […]
Merton Council is asking residents if they think the current rules for dog walkers and owners are adequate or should be extended in order to keep the borough clean and […]
Merton Council will pay its respects to one of its former Leaders and Honorary Aldermen on 13 September at the first full council following the summer recess.
A significant milestone in the Rediscover Mitcham project has been reached with the completion of the new London Road Bus street opening for traffic.
Merton schools have demonstrated strong GCSE performance again. This summer saw the first of a new series of significant changes in GCSEs in England. The content of English language, English […]