In collaboration with critically acclaimed bassist Jah Wobble, Merton Council are launching ‘Tuned In’, which will provide free weekly sessions for participants to meet new people and play an instrument […]
Merton Council is taking enforcement action against residents who illegally park their vehicles on their properties without a dropped kerb. So far, the council’s enforcement officers have put up bollards […]
South West London Health and Care Partnership have secured £1.85m of trailblazer funding, which will be used to create mental health support teams in Merton, Sutton and Wandsworth.
Every electoral ward in Merton is to be given a grant of £15k for neighbourhood projects which enhance the local area. At a meeting on Monday, Merton Council’s Cabinet agreed […]
Merton’s Holocaust Memorial Day event will be held on Tuesday 22 January in the Council Chamber from 7.00 pm to 9.00 pm. Members of the public are invited to attend […]
From April, young people leaving care in Merton will no longer have to pay council tax thanks to a decision by the council’s Cabinet. At a meeting on Monday Cabinet […]
Merton Council’s Safer Neighbourhood Board have partnered with the Met Police Cyber Crime Unit and Trading Standards to host a free community ‘How to avoid scams’ conference for residents. Age […]
Merton Council is supporting the borough’s voluntary sector with £9.9 million of funding to more than 150 local organisations, community groups, charities and projects in 2018/19. Funding is highlighted in […]
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 […]