It was a case of sheer pedal power for thousands of riders including Merton Council staff who raised a decent wedge for charity by cycling 100 miles in the RideLondon […]
This year has been a memorable one for Merton in the Balfour Beatty London Youth Games.
In a report published today, the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has indicated his preference to hand the decision back to the council. The Mayor announced today a Greater London […]
A young artist who impressed judges with her colourful painting of a local bowls club was presented with a prize on Friday June 10.
Merton’s Mayor Brenda Fraser and council leader Stephen Alambritis were delighted to attend the launch of the All England Lawn Tennis Club’s new Community Sports Ground in Raynes Park on […]
Heavy rain did not put off hundreds of carnival-goers who packed into Mitcham to celebrate Her Majesty the Queen’s 90th birthday at the weekend.
AFC Wimbledon fan Wayne Lecky raised hundreds of pounds for Merton Mencap after powering past The Beast and scoring against goalkeeper James Shea.
Merton’s cabinet took the next step this week in making proposals for a new, affordable family-friendly leisure centre become a reality.
Mayor of Merton, Councillor David Chung, has completed 110 lengths and has so far raised £400 for his charities, Friends in St Helier and Merton Centre for Independent Living.
Merton Council’s leisure provider, GLL, has announced it will be Sport Relief’s official health and fitness partner in 2016.