SWL June e-edition featuring hedgehog highways, Heathrow’s cab congestion charge chaos and lip-syncing coppers
Read all south west London’s biggest stories in the June e-edition. We’ve got hedgehog highways in Barnes, residents responding to this week’s jailing of the Wimbledon Prowler and an exclusive interview with Twickenham MP Vince Cable.
You can also read about lip-syncing police officers, an update on Kingston’s Rose Theatre and the enforcement of charges to play tennis in Merton on the eve of the Wimbledon tournament.
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- 62A row erupted between Merton Council election candidates about how to deal with Wimbledon police station’s closure at a hustings on Wednesday. One attendee at the hustings, organised by the Federation of Small Businesses, asked how each party plans to deal with high street crime. The station’s closure is one…
- Theatre Peckham's timely revival of Extremism will immerse the audience as it explores characters' truths60By Lucas Hill-PaulOctober 22 2019, 15.35Follow @SW_Londoner Theatre Peckham will host a stirring new revival of Anders Lustgarten’s play Extremism from the 5-23 November. The theatre’s artistic director and previous director of the production’s 2017 run at the Dorfman Theatre in South Bank, Suzann McLean, will take on directing duties…