Merton Council will be paying its respects to the past and building hope for the future when it hosts a special event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.
Merton Council won its case against two people who misused Blue Badges which were not their own, to park in restricted locations in Stanley Road and Compton Road, Wimbledon.
Merton Council is delighted to announce that Pollards Hill Youth Centre will be hosting an evening with Michael Watson on Tuesday 7 November.
Youngsters from the Pollards Hill Youth Club helped clear up the surrounding recreation ground with a little help from local councillor Joan Henry. The team of young people aged 8-14 […]
Merton celebrated Love Parks Week by asking local residents what they thought made their park special. Cheeky Rain Wolfe, 9, said: “The best thing about the summer holidays is that […]
A record number of parks and green spaces have collected Green Flag Awards across the UK. Merton celebrated in this success with South Park Gardens, John Innes Park, Dundonald Recreation […]
A £1m award from the Department for Education’s innovation fund will help Merton Council and five other south London boroughs lead the way on meeting the needs of looked after […]
Merton Council is warning residents to be wary of ‘cold call’ builders knocking on doors looking for work. Cowboy builders will typically pick on elderly and vulnerable residents offering quick […]
Council worker Sue Keay is gearing up for a 100 mile cycle challenge. Sue will be joining 20,000 other cycling enthusiasts for the Prudential 100 on July 30 when she will […]
A new lease of life will be given to one of Merton’s most historic buildings after it was awarded a £4m National Lottery grant. Merton Council has spent the past […]