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In the first of a series of chats as part of our #getotknowyourlibrary campaign, we speak to Linda Pearce – Senior Library Assistant at Balham Library
The borough-wide 20mph speed limit on residential roads has led to a nine per cent reduction in accidents, figures suggest.
Members of the council’s finance committee have given their support to the preferred location of the new cycle and pedestrian bridge in Nine Elms.
Wandsworth Council’s deputy leader and cabinet member for transport, Cllr Jonathan Cook, has presented a petition from residents and businesses to TfL today as part of the council’s campaign to save a popular bus route.
The Finance and Corporate Resources Committee has supported the recommendations in the annual budget setting report, including vital additional funding for social care.
With less than two months to go before a new charge will begin to be levied on some motorists in central London, residents are being urged to familiarise themselves with the new rules.
As part of our #gettoknowyourlibrary celebration of Wandsworth’s libraries we’re focusing on the wonderful variety of groups, events, resources and services they have to offer.
There’s still time for people in Battersea to say how they would like to see more than £300,000 spent on improving a small pocket park and its children’s playground.
Today is the start of an exciting new campaign – celebrating Wandsworth libraries and encouraging people to make the most of the wide range of services they offer.
Wandsworth’s health bosses are calling on older residents to get their free flu vaccine as soon as possible, before colder weather arrives.
Councillors have given their backing to a package of proposals to significantly enhance the support provided to families affected by autism (ASD).
Councillors last night (Thursday) approved plans for a major overhaul of four children’s centres in Wandsworth - ensuring that their popular “stay and play” family provision can continue to be provided alongside a new package of services for toddlers and younger children to offer them the best start in life.
Councillors who oversee services for children and young people will tonight (Thursday) be asked to approve a package of proposals aimed at significantly enhancing the support provided to families affected by autism (ASD).
A public consultation starts next week to find out what improvements local people would like to see at a playground on Wandsworth Common.
A new walking and cycling bridge will provide Londoners with access to the homes, jobs and leisure facilities being created in central London’s newest town centre at Nine Elms.
More than 50 older people went along to St Andrew’s Church in Earlsfield last week to get tips on how to keep themselves safe and well.
Residents recycling plastic bottles can now leave the lids on – providing they squash the bottle before putting it in the recycling bag or bank.
If you want to start or grow a food or drink business in Wandsworth you can get free help and advice at Wandsworth Enterprise month.
Councillors will be asked this week to approve plans for a major overhaul of four children’s centres in Wandsworth to ensure that toddlers in some of the most deprived parts of the borough can be offered the best start in life.
Council tenants in Wandsworth are set to see their weekly rents reduced from April, councillors are expected to agree this week.