Celebrating Age is calling on local businesses to get involved and sponsor this year’s autumn event.
Merton Libraries are all set to celebrate Cityread London this April by hosting a range of London themed events to suit everyone.
One Spring In Mitcham is the second in a series of events designed to refresh and revitalise the town centre.
Merton Council is seeking residents’ and business’ views on parking in neighbourhood shopping parades.
There are still a few tickets available for the Mayor's Charity Ball.
Merton Council’s Scrutiny Panels are after your views on the sorts of issues they should review to make sure that the council and partners respond to local people’s needs and concerns.<
79% of residents think Merton is well-run according to the newly published results of the annual residents' survey.
Merton Council, in partnership with the local voluntary sector, has developed an innovative grants programme to fund borough-wide voluntary sector initiatives which will empower people to live inde
The London Borough of Merton has allocated funding for not for profit and /or voluntary sector organisations to provide positive activities in the Mitcham area between 1st April 2013 and 31st March
Merton's new Housing Strategy for 2012-2015 was formally agreed and adopted by the Council on 21st November.
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