RideLondon returned for another exhilarating year on Sunday 29 July, taking place along the streets of London, including roads in Raynes Park and Wimbledon. Mayor of Merton’s rider, senior cycle […]
The new Morden Leisure Centre in Morden is on track to open this autumn, as the final stages of building work get underway. The new family leisure centre on London […]
Raynes Park High School (RPHS) has become the first state school in the country to be an accredited by the Tim Henman Foundation and BECSLink community. To celebrate the accreditation, […]
The Merton Cup is up for grabs on Sunday, September 10 when a team from the African Caribbean Cricket Association (ACCA), which is based on Rowan Road, Mitcham, take on […]
Swimmers Maia Dunleavy, Kelly Bone, Sophie Whelan and Leah Thomas-Daye made a splash at the London Youth Games when they won silver and bronze medals. The games are Europe’s largest […]
The grandees of bowling passed some of their skills onto the younger generation in preparation for the annual Merton Schools Bowling Tournament on Monday. Merton Bowling Club was hosting the […]
Merton residents can see the biggest names in para-athletics at the London Stadium from July 14-23. Merton Council has been given priority ticket allocation for the 2017 IPC World Para […]
You’ve got tickets for Wimbledon Tennis Championships so where are you going to park that isn’t overpriced or requires hiking boots? Merton Council is offering parking within a five minute […]
Footballers from AFC Wimbledon are supporting a project which helps families achieve their goals of making healthier choices about their diet and doing more exercise.
A ten-year-old has self-published a scary book ahead of Halloween to raise money for her sister to compete in the BMX World Championships for Great Britain next year.