Leader of the Council, Councillor Andrew Judge has received assurance from Network Rail that Wimbledon Station and its surrounding trackside black spots will be cleared of graffiti in the lead […]
The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) and Merton Council are pleased to confirm that the 10 artificial grass tennis courts in Wimbledon Park will be resurfaced and ready for […]
Ahead of the world famous Wimbledon Tennis Championships, 2 -15 July, Merton Council has opened its online booking and payment page to make it easier for tennis fans, who need […]
You’ve got tickets for Wimbledon Tennis Championships so where are you going to park that isn’t overpriced or requires hiking boots? Merton Council is offering parking within a five minute […]
Lost socks, stickers and coffee cups are among the thousands of items picked up by dedicated Merton Council staff despite the downpours in the first week of the Wimbledon tennis […]
Whether it is basement Turkish baths, the home of an immaculately dressed ghost, two fat ladies or the place Henry VIII nearly died, discover Wimbledon’s landmarks as a new footpath […]
Merton’s Mayor Brenda Fraser and council leader Stephen Alambritis were delighted to attend the launch of the All England Lawn Tennis Club’s new Community Sports Ground in Raynes Park on […]
Excitement has been building in Merton as the Wimbledon Tennis Championships got underway this week, with Merton Council playing a significant role in supporting and ensuring the smooth running of the world famous event.
Wimbledon Park is all set to be transformed into a wonderful open air classical music venue.
Ahead of the world famous Wimbledon Tennis Championships, 29 June to 12 July, Merton Council has opened a new online booking and payment link to make it easier for tennis fans to secure a priority car parking space.