Residents and people who work in Merton are being encouraged to have their say in a public consultation about a proposed new set of parking charges, which aim to reduce […]
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.
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 […]
Merton Council is encouraging more people to consider cycling into work and is offering free adult cycle training for anyone living or working in Merton. The free six week course […]
Merton council officers have removed six abandoned vehicles from the highway on Morden Industrial Estate. A fall in scrap metal prices across the UK has seen an increase in dumped […]
Jim Millar is one of more than 50 street champions taking part in Merton Council’s Street Champions initiative. Jim, 57, goes out three times a week and picks up litter […]
Merton Council believes it has what it takes to be crowned London’s ‘Borough of Culture’ in an exciting initiative recently launched by the Mayor of London.
Merton Council’s community champion award nominations are now open. Do you know somebody who goes the extra mile to help you or your neighbourhood? Do you know a volunteer who […]
Online and postal scams, such as fake lottery wins, bogus inheritances and get rich quick schemes, are increasingly landing in local residents’ email accounts and post boxes. Trading standards officers […]
A cowboy builder has been jailed after his building company began knocking a pensioner’s house down without getting permission. Gary Nichols, Director of Gladstone Roofing and Property Maintenance Ltd, was […]