Merton Council is actively encouraging residents to hold Play Street events and street parties to celebrate World Car Free Day by waiving the fees for temporary street closures. Residents are […]
A series of roadshow events are being held across Merton during Foster Care Fortnight (13-26 May) to recruit more foster carers, particularly for siblings, teenagers and unaccompanied asylum-seeking children.
In December, Merton Council took its fight to creating a healthier borough a step further by signing a Local Authority Declaration, committing to reduce sugar consumption in the borough and […]
Merton Council will be starting the new term by stepping up enforcement on motorists who stop on zigzag lines outside schools. Following concerns from parents and residents about safety and […]
Merton Council has underlined its commitment to reducing air pollution and improving public health by supporting people to make fewer journeys by car. At a meeting on Monday 10 December, […]
Councillor Mary Curtin was officially elected Mayor of Merton 2018-2019 at the annual council meeting last night (23 May 2018). Following Councillor Marsie Skeete’s year as Mayor for 2017-2018, Councillor […]
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 […]