Volunteers from the Dons Local Action Group took to the streets of Wimbledon on Saturday to hand out leaflets encouraging
The Greening Merton Initiative is looking for privately-owned patches of land with the potential to be greened to increase biodiversity
Cash-strapped London councils stumped up several thousands of pounds in extra funding for a struggling leisure centre firm.
Merton Council’s Planning Applications Committee granted YMCA Wimbledon planning permission for a nine-story development on Friday, subject to conditions. The
Wimbledon Guild and Merton Council have partnered to launch the Merton Moves initiative. The project, launched on the 30th November,
Merton councillor calls for public apology from Wimbledon MP Stephen Hammond after constituent email
Merton councillor Paul Kohler expressed ‘concern’ in an open letter to Wimbledon MP Stephen Hammond last Sunday, following accusations of
Vile racist graffiti has been spotted near a popular footpath in Wimbledon, sparking outrage from residents. The graffiti was found
Fewer than half of buildings with flammable cladding in Merton and Richmond have replaced the dangerous cladding material used on
Merton Council will trial a provocative anti-littering campaign in its Trinity ward, after an increase in post-lockdown littering frustrated councillors.
The Wimbledon Foundation pledged £20,000 in matched donations to the Merton Giving Coronavirus Fund in the wake of this year’s
Cold, wet and illegal – the future of open water swimming in Wimbledon Park remains uncertain after Merton Council failed