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People of all ages and backgrounds attended an illustrated talk about black history in Britain from Roman times to the Second World War and a film crew from South West London TV was there to capture their reactions.
To help local police enforce the borough’s 20mph speed limit in residential areas, the council is purchasing two speedguns which will be used by officers in the Met to ensure drivers keep their speed in check.
Dog owners are being reminded that they must have their four-legged-friends microchipped if they want to avoid falling foul of a law that came into effect in 2016.
Residents in Tooting are being asked for their views on plans to improve a green open space that could soon have play equipment installed for younger children.
A brand-new centre offering high-quality, confidential and fully-integrated sexual health and contraception services will open on November 19 on Falcon Road, next to Clapham Junction Station.
Help shape the final design of a revamped playground on Wandsworth Common.
Young hopefuls from schools across the borough have attended the launch of the sixth annual Wandsworth Young Chef of the Year competition
Local people are invited to have their say on the council’s plan to provide more housing options for Wandsworth people, invest in preventing homelessness and improve the its stock of 32,000 homes.
A cross-party group of MPs, tasked with improving fire safety in residential tower blocks, has given its backing to Wandsworth Council.
Parents in Wandsworth are being reminded they have only two weeks left to make September 2019 secondary school choices for their children.
Three location options have been identified for a new bridge between Nine Elms and Pimlico.
The supply of homes in Wandsworth for people on lower incomes has been boosted by the formal signing of contracts for the construction of 92 new affordable homes.
Residents in nearly 40 streets in Earlsfield and Wandsworth Common wards are being reminded they have just under a fortnight left to have their say on proposals to ban lorries from their neighbourhoods.
Wandsworth residents are being invited to have their say on the borough’s draft strategy on sexual health.
Residents living in the Furzedown area of Tooting will be able to raise issues of local concern with senior councillors and town hall officials at a special feedback session tomorrow evening (Tuesday).
Parents of children aged five and under are reminded to have their say on a new way of providing services for young children and their families.
Do you want to be parent? Have you thought about adoption?
The former finance chief at a Battersea secondary school has been jailed for three and a half years after a council-led investigation discovered she’d stolen more than £220,000.
Earlsfield Station’s two railway bridges have been given a much-needed facelift.
Council leader Ravi Govindia yesterday (Thursday) repeated the case for a second entrance at Putney Station to Transport Secretary Chris Grayling.