Local News

Louise Calland, a positive vision for Merton and Wandsworth

Local Councillor, Louise Calland, has been chosen as the candidate for the Merton and Wandsworth seat for the Greater London Assembly, a body that was created to hold the Mayor of London to account. Louise will be campaigning on issues that affect our lives in London every day.

A personal message from Stephen Hammond MP

One issue that remains at the top of residents’ list of frustrations and dominates my inbox is the lack of cleanliness of our streets and the poor refuse collection service.

Improve Air Quality Without Taxing Wimbledon

Under Labour-run Merton Council, there exists an unacceptable and shameful nine years of healthy living gap between people living in the most and least deprived areas of the borough, due in no small part to our poor air quality.  


Cllr Nick McLean visits Cricket Green School

“I was delighted to Visit Cricket Green School and meet their inspirational Head Teacher Celia Dawson, and to learn more about the vital work the school does with children who have special educational needs.

Conservatives save Morden Park House from Labour cuts

The Labour administration had been planning to close this much used historic venue, however after Merton Conservatives called for a rethink Labour has backed down and agreed to keep Morden Park House open.