Merton’s local residents, businesses, community groups and gardening enthusiasts are celebrating success after the borough was awarded Silver in the London in Bloom 2014 competition.
Merton Council is clamping down on litter in parks as it continues its partnership with specialist environmental crime enforcers from Kingdom Environmental Protection Services.
Dig Merton has kicked off another project in Phipps Bridge and is calling on all green-fingered enthusiasts to get involved in the community planting scheme.
Five parks in Merton have won a ‘Green Flag’, the national award for the best public and community parks and green spaces. Helping to mark Love Parks Week this week, Colliers Wood Rec, Dundonald Rec, John Innes Park, Sir Joseph Hood Memorial Playing Fields (MPF) and South Park Gardens have all been awarded the Green Flag.
Love Parks Week has kicked off in Merton with the opening of a new interactive water play area.
Young kids will be making a splash this week as Merton Council opens its paddling pools for the summer.
Twenty-five new smart bins will be going into Merton parks this summer.
We live in one of London’s greenest boroughs, where more than 100 parks and gardens mean open space is never far away. Now summer is here our green spaces are […]
Mitcham Carnival’s colourful commonwealth-themed celebrations will kick off summer in Merton on Saturday 14 June, 12 noon at Three Kings Piece.
Merton Council is helping residents to get fit for free and make the most of their local park with new outdoor gyms being installed around the borough.