The Wandsworth Arts Festival and Fringe gets underway on Friday 2 May with the official launch party at the Ram Brewery in Wandsworth Town.
A long running campaign to protect Battersea’s identity from a creeping “Claphamisation” received a boost with the unveiling of a new sign above the main exit to Clapham Junction Station.
With both local council and European Parliamentary elections being held next month now is the time for all eligible voters to guarantee they can take part by making sure their name is on the electoral register.
A monthly specialist art and design market will open on Putney Embankment on May 4.
An exhibition at Battersea Park’s Pump House Gallery begins later this month exploring the creative and technical processes of the fashion industry.
The council’s Work Match team will host a ‘Construction Recruitment Day’ at South Thames College on Thursday 1 May.
High Street businesses are being reminded to get their applications in for business retail rates relief, which came into effect at the beginning of this month.
Hundreds of people living on two Battersea estates will be offered free gym and slimming class memberships in a ground-breaking scheme to support people in leading healthier lives.
A unique partnership between Wandsworth Council and the Start Up Loans Company has helped 123 local people set up their own business.
Two of the busiest libraries in Wandsworth have extended their opening hours to meet growing customer demand.
Almost £45,000 has been put aside by thrifty savers since the Wandsworth Plus Credit Union launched in February.
Seven residents who have worked tirelessly to improve their neighbourhoods have all been designated community champions by the council’s housing department.
The next stage in Balham’s revival is now underway as work begins to improve Hildreth Street and the Balham High Road Railway Bridge.
The key development partners involved in the Nine Elms on the South Bank regeneration programme have signed a construction charter marking their commitment to work collaboratively to deliver best practice construction management.
The next round of the council’s Big Society Fund is now open for applications.
Local arts groups and artists can apply for a range of grants to promote and showcase their work.
The Barclays Cycle Hire Scheme is proving a big hit with Wandsworth residents with nearly 23,000 journeys in the borough last month
For the next seven months most of Heathrow’s night flights will land on the southern runway while the northern landing strip is being resurfaced.
More than 50 of the borough’s young people met potential employers at The Big Hospitality Conversation event hosted by the Mayor of Wandsworth.
Wandsworth women aged 70 and over are being urged to be aware of the key symptoms of breast cancer and to discuss any concerns with their doctor straight away so the disease can be diagnosed as early as possible.
The council has signed a deal with a local company that will see the opening of a new child friendly café in Battersea Park this summer.
Graveney schoolgirl Lexie Delaney has been crowned Wandsworth Young Chef of the Year.
More than 80 pupils from Wandsworth secondary schools attended a unique town hall ‘speed-dating’ event where they were able to fire a series of quick-fire questions at representatives from the borough’s different faith groups.
The council has been helping local offenders give something back to their neighbourhood through the Community Payback scheme.