It is with great sadness that we report the death of the Reverend Doctor Andrew Wakefield, who dedicated his life to the Merton community.
Don’t suffer in silence – report hate crime. Merton Council and Merton Police are working together this National Hate Crime Awareness Week to encourage people to come forward and get […]
A council CCTV operator tracked down a group of teenagers with an allegedly stolen scooter after being alerted by local police as part of a partnership working scheme.
Merton has become one of the first London boroughs to join a national campaign against domestic violence and sexual assault.
A new fire cadet scheme for budding young firefighters will launch for the first time in the borough, thanks to funding from Merton Council.
Merton Council is supporting the safety pin campaign which has launched on social media today.
Merton Council and Merton Police have issued joint guidance for anyone who witnesses or experiences hate crime. Since the UK voted to leave the EU last week, there have been […]
Merton Council has launched a consultation inviting the community to give their views on the potential closure of a footpath which runs through the grounds of Rutlish School. The consultation is […]
Merton Council has paid tribute to the 50 victims of America’s deadliest mass shooting at the weekend.
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’ […]