New signs designed by Merton school children asking people not to smoke in playgrounds have gone up on park railings around the borough.
Merton Council has joined forces with local GPs, Merton Clinical Commissioning Group and community groups in the east of the borough to launch a new joint effort between the Council, […]
Hot weather is forecast from today (1 July) and residents are being advised to read the health tips available to them on the council’s website.
Merton Council’s public health team is calling on residents and business to take part in a brand new health initiative that will see participants take a 250,000 mile virtual journey […]
Merton’s public health team and Sustainable Merton met with local partners and organisations this week (13 April) to discuss the development of a food charter for the borough.
As you may be aware, the London Ambulance Service has been receiving very high numbers of calls in recent weeks and is expecting to be under further pressure over the […]
Merton Council officially opened its new multi-use games area (MUGA) at Canons Leisure Centre this week.
Merton’s first ever annual public health report, Merton: The Place for a Good Life, launched at Vestry Hall, Mitcham this week (21 October). The report sets out the council’s priorities […]
Merton is calling on all smokers in the borough to quit for 28 days next month as part of the national campaign Stoptober.
A heatwave and storms have been forecast over the next few days. To report any power cuts and damaged lines during this continued weather pattern, please call the following Freephone numbers: […]