Thanks to everyone who has been busy telling us about your favourite parks and gardens.
The borough’s secondary schools have posted another set of positive results at both A Level and for vocational BTEC qualifications.
Councillors have welcomed the news that their long-running campaign to have the railway bridges at Earlsfield station spruced up has been given the green light by Network Rail.
People living close to Clapham Common can contact Lambeth Council’s noise team if sound levels from the big music festival being staged over the August bank holiday weekend get too loud.
Road users are being reminded that traffic congestion is expected to be heavier on some river crossings next week when Hammersmith Bridge closes again for further repair work.
Road users and pedestrians across Wandsworth will see further improvements to carriageway surfaces and pavements with another £3m set aside for renewals and upgrades.
The parks and open spaces of Wandsworth have featured in a number of classic and quirky films and famous pop videos.
Thanks to National Lottery players the latest phase of the Tooting Common Heritage Project is set to begin with the restoration and refurbishment of a pavilion that will serve as a hub for a range of community uses including conservation projects that benefit this popular green space.
The deadline to apply to round nine of the Wandsworth grant Fund is August 20.
Households in Wandsworth are being reminded that they need to act to make sure their name is included on the borough’s list of eligible voters.
Enjoy looking at art – and the park – in different ways in Battersea Park this summer.
From today, people enjoying the River Thames in Putney, Wandsworth will be reminded not to leave litter behind thanks to eye catching voting bins, posters, messages on pavements and a gallery of local people who enjoy the river.
Wandsworth and Richmond Councils have been jointly awarded ‘Disability Confident Employer’ status under the Disability Confident Scheme.
People living in Earlsfield who want to find out more about how the facilities at their local neighbourhood park could be improved can have face-to-face discussions with town hall staff at a series of drop-in consultation sessions tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday.
Road users are being given advance warning that traffic congestion is expected to be heavier on some river crossings later this month when Hammersmith Bridge closes again to all vehicle traffic for four days.
Road users are being warned of likely severe traffic delays across Putney and Wandsworth from later today (Wednesday) due to emergency gas main repairs on the busy A3 trunk road at West Hill.
Residents living in three riverside boroughs near the London Heliport in Battersea are being subjected to noise levels that could pose a risk to their health.
A major £111,000 re-surfacing of a junior and toddler’s playground is the latest in a series of improvements across Wandsworth’s parks.
A 38-year-old man from Tooting has been jailed for 13 months for fleecing cash from vulnerable people through his illegal money lending operation.
Battersea Park’s heritage perimeter railings have been given a new lease of life by being refurbished and re-painted to recreate their original splendour.