Steel bands, food tasting and an exhibition illuminating the working lives and experiences of members of the Caribbean community feature at events to mark Windrush Day.
Merton Council agreed its budget for 2019/20 at last night’s full Council meeting (6 March). Due to funding cuts from the Government, the council has had to make savings of […]
Do you know an older person who has made a valuable contribution to Merton? If so, Mayor of Merton, Councillor Mary Curtin is inviting senior residents in the borough to […]
Merton is one of the top London boroughs to have the lowest levels of delayed transfers of care from hospital according to the latest figures released by NHS England. During […]
A celebration award ceremony was held on Thursday 8 March at Merton Arts Space, Wimbledon Library to recognise the work of Merton’s amazing Library Volunteers. The event was presented by […]
Residents of Carter House Care Home in Raynes Park were treated to a celebratory afternoon tea event on Thursday 1 February to mark the annual Dignity Action Day celebrations. Dignity […]
Parents of children aged two and three are being reminded that they can help protect their little ones from flu this winter with one simple free nasal spray available from […]
Merton Shared Lives Scheme, which supports vulnerable adults to live independently, has been rated Good by the Care Quality Commission, following a recent inspection.
Technology is being used to enable older and vulnerable people to live independently at home. Merton council is showcasing its MASCOT Telecare service to mark Telehealthcare Awareness Day on Friday […]
A new campaign has been launched calling upon residents and businesses help make Merton a dementia friendly borough by 2020. Dementia Friendly Merton is supported by Merton Council, Merton Clinical […]