Merton Council is teaming up with the Metropolitan Police this month to give cyclists the opportunity to have their bike marked with a unique serial number, making it easier to […]
This week is National Counter Terrorism Awareness Week. Merton Council has teamed up with Merton Police to offer residents the opportunity to learn about what suspicious behaviour looks like and […]
A youth club for people from the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community has opened its doors in Merton. The club, which is aimed at 13-19 year-olds, is the […]
Merton Council is supporting a national campaign against domestic violence and sexual assault.
Merton Council lowered its flags this morning as a sign of respect to PC Keith Palmer and the members of the public who were tragically killed in yesterday’s attack on […]
A Merton Council CCTV operator alerted police to a large group of men who were out stealing mopeds and riding them back to a flat in Phipps Bridge. By the […]
Merton Council is supporting Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day on 18 March by expanding it into week of activity and is calling on people to spot and speak out against […]
Residents who suspect that a child they know may be at risk of harm are being urged to report their concerns to the Merton Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH).
Merton Council is proud to be working with Merton Police to be the first London borough to roll out the Ask for Angela scheme in its pubs and bars to […]
It is with great sadness that we report the death of the Reverend Doctor Andrew Wakefield, who dedicated his life to the Merton community.