When MVSC decided to make the conscious decision to become environmentally friendly, we assumed it would require us to make massive and inconvenient changes.
Thanks to funding from the Merton Partnership, the Colliers Wood Community Gardening Project is offering you a free course on how to grow your own organic fruit and vegetables.
This new event looks at how everyone can do their bit to make Wimbledon even more eco-friendly.
Upcycling is about doing something better with what you have before putting it into the recycling box or bin. This is a new event focussed on upcycling organised by Transition Town Wimbledon.<
This month Sustainable Merton celebrates its sixth birthday. The organisation is busier than ever with six key projects on the go.
Sustainable Merton is working with the London Borough of Merton to give all Merton residents the opportunity to potentially save money on their gas and electricity bills.
Are health, poverty or green issues on your agenda?
The next meeting of Merton Green Drinks will take place on Wednesday 21st November at 8pm at the Hand and Racquet Wimbledon.
To stimulate fresh action in the local community on climate change, four local groups, including Sustainable Merton, TTW and Merton Greens, have come together to host a special event on Wednesday 1
The Tree Warden Group, Merton successfully planted a fruit hedge in 2010, but, thanks mainly to the weird weather patterns in 2012, the weeds have pushed through the mulch layer.
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