Merton is home to the UK’s first dedicated scooter track. The Grand Prix-style course weaves in and out of a landscaped corner of Mostyn Gardens adjacent to Poplar Primary School. […]
Merton Council is marking Private Fostering Week (3 – 7 July) by reminding residents to get in touch if they know a child is living with someone other than their […]
The grandees of bowling passed some of their skills onto the younger generation in preparation for the annual Merton Schools Bowling Tournament on Monday. Merton Bowling Club was hosting the […]
A youth club for people from the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community has opened its doors in Merton. The club, which is aimed at 13-19 year-olds, is the […]
Merton Council is hosting a series of roadshow events around the borough during Foster Care Fortnight for people to find out more about becoming a foster carer.
A teacher at Ricards Lodge High School has been presented with a Merton ‘OSCA’ for her exceptional support for students.
Mayor of Merton Councillor Brenda Fraser presented 90 of Merton’s young people with certificates and badges for their Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) award achievements at a special ceremony in Wimbledon […]
New research shows Merton is one of just seven councils which bucks the national trend of women being strongly under-represented in headteacher roles.
The pregnancy rate in Merton for girls aged 18 or under has reduced by three quarters, according to new statistics.
Merton libraries have been awarded £142,611 for a literacy, arts and culture programme for young people. The funding from Arts Council England will be used to encourage more 11-18-year-olds to […]