Entries are in for the Future Wimbledon ideas competition and a panel of A-listers from the world of design and architecture have shortlisted 29 from nearly 100 creative visions for […]
As you know, Mayor of Merton Councillor Agatha Akyigyina, presented former Wimbledon Ladies’ Singles champions Virginia Wade, Ann Haydon-Jones and Angela Barrett (née Mortimer) with the freedom of the borough […]
Merton Council and Love Wimbledon Business Improvement District are launching an ideas competition to ignite debate about how Wimbledon town centre could evolve and prosper over the next 15 years.
Mayor of Merton Councillor Agatha Akyigyina presented former Wimbledon Ladies’ Singles champions Virginia Wade, Ann Haydon-Jones and Angela Mortimer with the freedom of the borough today (27 June 2014).
With the world famous Wimbledon Tennis Championships starting Monday 23 June, the council is well prepared to ensure the competition runs smoothly.
British Wimbledon tennis champions over the past five decades are set to be recognised by Merton Council, the host borough to the championships, starting with Andy Murray who became the […]
Businesses on the South Wimbledon Industrial Estate launched a brand new website promoting one of Merton’s major business hubs at a special event this week. Leader of Merton Council Councillor […]
Merton’s annual Tennis Fun Day in Wimbledon Park will be held on Friday 29 and Saturday 30 June 2012. Every year Merton hosts the event to get children involved in […]
Merton Council and the Wimbledon Society have teamed up to create a handy pocket-sized heritage map of Wimbledon. It enables visitors to the borough as well as residents to find […]
Safer Merton, a partnership made up of Merton Council, the police, the Primary Care Trust (PCT), the fire brigade and other agencies, will be offering tennis fans a sweet inducement […]