A rare first-edition copy of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone has been found on the shelves of Wimbledon Library. The book, which could potentially be of very high value, […]
Pupils and their teachers at schools across the borough were celebrating their GCSE results today. 72.8% of Merton pupils have achieved grades 9 – 4 (9 being the highest and […]
The A level results are out and thousands of students and their teachers across Merton are celebrating today. Secondary schools in Merton have continued to perform very well during […]
As the new football season kicks off on Saturday, the Leader of Merton Council is looking forward to welcoming AFC Wimbledon home to their brand new stadium next year. Preliminary […]
Merton Council agreed its budget for 2019/20 at last night’s full Council meeting (6 March). Due to funding cuts from the Government, the council has had to make savings of […]
Children and young people across Merton are being encouraged to give up fizzy drinks this month to reduce their sugar intake. Merton Council is supporting Fizz Free February, which was […]
Merton Council has been praised by Ofsted inspectors for its effective and timely work to protect the borough’s most vulnerable children.
Merton Council has been chosen to pilot a new approach to give children coming into the care system better mental health assessments. Merton is one of nine local authorities selected […]
From April, young people leaving care in Merton will no longer have to pay council tax thanks to a decision by the council’s Cabinet. At a meeting on Monday Cabinet […]
Merton launched its 16 days of action against violence, abuse and sexual assault campaign today (Tuesday 27 November) with the theme for this year, ‘Merton says No More’.