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News published October 2010

  • Mayor urges support for Poppy Appeal

    Published 29 October 2010

    Wandsworth's Mayor Cllr Piers McCausland is calling on residents of the borough to give generously to this year's Poppy Appeal.

  • Nine Elms firms gear up for growth

    Published 27 October 2010

  • Sunday deadline for school choices

    Published 27 October 2010

    Parents who want their children to start at a Wandsworth secondary school next September have until the end of this week to submit their application forms.

  • Protect your home from floods

    Published 27 October 2010

    As part of National Flood Awareness Week the council is urging people to do all they can to protect their homes.

  • New chief executive joins team

    Published 26 October 2010

  • Come to the fireworks in Battersea Park

    Published 26 October 2010

    Thousands of people are expected to attend the spectacular annual fireworks display in Battersea Park on Saturday, November 6. And with London's firefighters due to be on strike that night, event organisers are strongly urging families to attend this professionally managed and supervised display instead of trying to stage their own bonfire party.

  • New group tackles hate crime and prejudice

    Published 22 October 2010

    Representatives from the borough's ethnic, faith, gay and lesbian communities have endorsed a joint council and police initiative to stamp out hate crime in Wandsworth.

  • Council chosen for new families role

    Published 21 October 2010

    Council leader Edward Lister says Wandsworth will seize the opportunities offered by the Coalition Government to explore new ways of delivering public services.

  • Bradstow’s European triumph

    Published 21 October 2010

    A council maintained special school for children with severe autism has scooped two major prizes at the prestigious European Excellence Awards (EEA) in Bilbao, Spain.

  • Sign up for Glee Club

    Published 21 October 2010

    There's still time to sign up children and young people for a sports activity during October half term.

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