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News published November 2011

  • Council library services out to tender

    Published 30 November 2011

    Wandsworth and Croydon Councils are now inviting outside organisations to bid to take over the management of library services across both boroughs.

  • Finding the facts on faith

    Published 30 November 2011

    More than 80 pupils from Wandsworth secondary schools attended this year’s Faith Direct ‘speed-dating’ event at the town hall.

  • Only seven per cent on strike

    Published 30 November 2011

    Only seven per cent of council staff in Wandsworth are taking industrial action today (Wednesday.)

  • Actions of Battersea heroes revealed

    Published 30 November 2011

    The actions of some unlikely heroes during the August 8 public disorder have been revealed at a special ceremony.

  • Rotary still need Christmas volunteers

    Published 30 November 2011

    The Rotary Club of Battersea Park is still hoping to recruit more volunteers to support its popular slap-up Christmas Day lunch for 400 local pensioners.

  • Plans for more primary school places

    Published 30 November 2011

    As the number of children in Wandsworth continues to rise the council is consulting on plans to expand six local primary schools.

  • Civic awards for unsung heroes

    Published 29 November 2011

    Unsung heroes who have dedicated years of their lives to helping others have been honoured by the Mayor of Wandsworth at the annual Civic Awards reception.

  • Help for borough’s carers

    Published 29 November 2011

    People who provide unpaid care for others can find out about the help and support available to them on Carers’ Rights Day this Friday (December 2).

  • Over half of schools open despite strike

    Published 29 November 2011

    More than half of the borough’s schools are expected to be open tomorrow (Wednesday) despite planned industrial action by teaching unions.

  • Christmas comes to Wandsworth Town

    Published 29 November 2011

    The Wandsworth Town Christmas Celebration and lights ceremony will be this Saturday (December 3) from 2pm to 5.30pm at Southside Shopping Centre and All Saints Church

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