The Big Lunch is less than two months away, and neighbours that want to get together and organise a street party are urged to get their application in as soon as possible.
This year Wandsworth is hoping to the win the London Youth Games for the third year in a row, and is inviting young people to try out for the team.
The deadline to register to vote in next month's Parliamentary election and Earlsfield ward by election is midnight tonight (April 21).
Figures show a big increase in the number of Wandsworth parents who have been offered their first choice of primary school.
The cost of buying a composter through the council’s discount scheme has been reduced.
Nominations have now closed for the Parliamentary election taking place on Thursday May 7 and the Earlsfield by-election taking place on the same day.
A consultation is now underway on a draft supplementary planning document (SPD) for Roehampton.
Motorists and bus passengers are being advised to allow extra time for their journeys through Battersea for the next ten weeks after it was announced that National Grid will begin gas safety improvement works in the area on Monday.
Swimmers at Battersea’s Latchmere Leisure Centre will be able to enjoy the newly refurbished poolside changing areas in time for the start of the Easter weekend.
A dish of sweet potato and king prawn risotto helped Harris Academy Battersea student Nell Cairo scoop the title of Wandsworth Young Chef of the Year.
The leaders of Wandsworth, Croydon , Kingston and Southwark councils have published a joint letter in the Evening Standard newspaper highlighting the benefits Gatwick expansion would bring to the south of London.
Wandsworth smokers wanting to quit in 2015 can get help at library and supermarket pop-up clinics.
The £40m redesign and refurbishment of Tooting’s Burntwood School has been honoured in one of Europe’s most prestigious architecture and urban design competitions.
Wandsworth has retained its position as the inner London borough with the lowest crime levels with recorded offences down by nearly a third compared to a decade ago.
More than a thousand young musicians from Wandsworth performed at the Royal Festival Hall this week at the Wandsworth Schools' Music Service concert.
The first images of 98 new shared ownership homes in Nine Elms have been released today by Peabody and Wandsworth Council.
Nine schools in Wandsworth have received special letters of congratulation from a Government minister plus cash rewards for their outstanding work in raising the academic achievements of some of their most disadvantaged pupils.
Young people with special educational needs have been having a say in their own future at a unique town hall event.
Wandsworth people who need to lose a bit of weight can get vouchers for 12 weeks’ Weight Watchers or Slimming World membership.
The Pump House Gallery’s new exhibition brings together art, science and education, with works by three top artists working in collaboration with scientists and local schoolchildren.
Young people who took part in February’s Challenger Troop military-style training programme have been rewarded for their hard work with at a special town hall ceremony.
Wandsworth Council has announced further investment in improving the borough’s infrastructure over the next two years.
The Government has awarded Councils in South West London £3m to help transform services. Wandsworth and Richmond Council’s plans to create a shared staffing structure forms a key part of the award.
Work has now begun on building Battersea Park’s exciting new family-friendly treetop adventure course.
Council leader Ravi Govindia was at Battersea Reach this week to mark the start of construction on two new buildings which will provide 84 high quality affordable homes. The homes will be managed by Wandle housing association.
A local by-election in the Earlsfield ward will now take place on the same day as the general election on Thursday May 7, Wandsworth Council has confirmed.
Wandsworth’s pioneering Hidden Homes initiative has reached a major landmark with the official unveiling of the 250th affordable home built by the council since the scheme began.
The new Wandsworth Grant Fund is now open and accepting applications.
Councillors have approved plans to invest an extra £1m in keeping the borough’s leisure centres in tip-top condition.
Wandsworth Council has revealed the four design teams to have made it through to the second stage of the Nine Elms to Pimlico bridge competition.
Applications are now open for the latest round of funding from the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund, and Wandsworth people are being urged to apply.
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