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  • Wimbledon Library to get a makeover!

    By Wimbledon People at 11:50 on 12/11/13
    Wimbledon Library
    Merton Council has decided to give the much loved Wimbledon Library on Wimbledon Hill Road a makeover with a view to making it more comfortable for customers and improving the look and feel of the building. Work started on Monday 11th November and come December customers will benefit from more space for laptops, additional study space, extra computers, a relaxing seating area and free WIFI. The children's section will be getting a...
  • Merton Council Olympic Video

    By adam_leone at 13:30 on 09/04/13
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    Merton Council has published a video documenting the Olympic Games. Iconic pictures taken from members of the public appear in the 3 minute feature.
  • Wimbledon #Bingate continues...

    By adam_leone at 16:07 on 28/03/13
    Wimbledon #Bingate continues...
    Merton Council has stuck to plans to introduce bin collections early in the morning and in the evening for people living in central Wimbledon. Residents and businesses have two one-hour time slots, one in the morning and other in the evening to put out the rubbish. Labour and the Independents also voted against Conservative proposals to commit to an ongoing weekly waste and recycling collection; to make street sweepers follow...
  • "Destination Wimbledon" wins award

    By adam_leone at 13:16 on 26/03/13
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    A scheme designed to spruce up Wimbledon ahead of the Olympic Games has won an Award. "Destination Wimbledon" involved building a town square, widening pavements and installing street art for visitors to the country. Merton Council beat 6 other local authorities to the post in the London Transport Awards. Merton Council's cabinet member for environmental sustainability and regeneration, Councillor Andrew Judge, said:...
  • Richard Hilton appointed Merton Conservative Leader

    By adam_leone at 14:06 on 20/03/13
    Richard Hilton, Leader of Merton Conservatives
    Councillor Richard Hilton is to take the helm of the Merton Conservatives. The move follows the resignation last weekend of Councillor Debbie Shears. Following his appointment Councillor Hilton praised the hard work of Councillor Shears, saying her dedication had given the group a good foundation. He added: "Residents want low Council tax, low crime, clean streets and a housing policy that puts local people first." ...

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