National environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy has awarded five of Merton’s parks with a Green Flag, the UK-wide award for the best public and community parks and green spaces in […]
Merton Council is set to ask residents and Wimbledon Park users for their views on three possible proposals for how the park could look in the future.
Merton Council is set to consult with the borough’s residents on the potential closure of a footpath which runs through the grounds of Rutlish School. The consultation will seek residents’ […]
Merton could move towards a south London-wide solution to keep streets clean as part of the South London Waste Partnership (SLWP), a joint initiative between Merton, Sutton, Croydon and Kingston […]
Merton’s cabinet took the next step this week in making proposals for a new, affordable family-friendly leisure centre become a reality.
Wimbledon Park, set in the world famous SW19, will be hosting a Bank Holiday weekend of music and entertainment this summer, 26-29 August.
School children from Cranmer Primary School, Mitcham, are all set to don their gardening gloves and take up their trowels next week to give the green opposite their school a […]
Merton’s Mitcham Community Orchard and Gardens and Merton’s Public Health service have been nationally recognised by the Local Government Chronicle awards. In addition, the South London SEN commissioning programme, a […]
Merton Council has won the prestigious Clean Britain award for its work at Fieldgate Lane, Mitcham.
Green fingered community groups, schools, residents and businesses celebrated at this week’s Merton in Bloom awards ceremony in Morden’s Civic Centre.