Merton Council has demonstrated its continued commitment to supporting the local voluntary sector, with over £9.5 million of funding being allocated to various organisations, community groups charities and projects in […]
Residents of Carter House Care Home in Raynes Park were treated to a celebratory afternoon tea event on Thursday 1 February to mark the annual Dignity Action Day celebrations. Dignity […]
A team of volunteers working with Merton Council’s heritage service to create an online archive of Merton in the First World War, have been shortlisted for a prestigious award.
A volunteer and councillor living in Merton has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours. Cllr Agatha Akyigyina, who has been volunteering for more than 30 years, thought […]
A heritage project has uncovered the life stories of more than 500 First World War combatants commemorated on local war memorials.
Dozens of bags and boxes stuffed full of items including chocolate biscuits, washing powder, nappies, bottles of squash and tins of soup were donated by council staff to the Wimbledon […]
Dedicated volunteers have given more than 35,000 hours of their time during the last year to help run Merton’s award-winning libraries.
Inspirational people who work tirelessly to help others, selfless businesses and young people who are quietly excelling in sport, were all honoured by the council and the Wimbledon Guardian at […]
This year has been a memorable one for Merton in the Balfour Beatty London Youth Games.
Over 1000 visitors of all ages flocked to Merton’s third Discovery Day at Morden Library on Saturday.