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News published February 2011

  • New Coroner appointed

    Published 16 February 2011

    A new Coroner has been appointed to serve Inner West London, which includes Wandsworth.

  • Get your skates on for disability day

    Published 15 February 2011

    An ice rink and funfair rides are just two of the attractions at this Saturday’s Disability Taster Day.

  • One-stop-shop for teens who need help

    Published 15 February 2011

    A pioneering new one-stop-shop has opened in the borough for teenagers and young people who need help and support in tackling a wide range of health, lifestyle and emotional problems.

  • Quiz Boris at the BAC

    Published 15 February 2011

    Residents can put their questions to Mayor Boris Johnson and London Assembly members at Battersea Arts Centre on March 15.

  • New guide to the hidden Balham

    Published 14 February 2011

    A new pocket guide to Balham is helping people get the best out of the town centre.

  • Union under fire over academy strike

    Published 14 February 2011

    Council leader Edward Lister has criticised the NUT teaching union for announcing strike action next week at Chestnut Grove School in Balham.

  • Short films at the Exhibit

    Published 11 February 2011

    The Exhibit Cinema in Balham is now showing a series of short films made by local filmmakers.

  • Heaster honoured for finance role

    Published 11 February 2011

    Wandsworth's longest serving councillor has been honoured for his expert stewardship of the council’s finances at a national award ceremony.

  • Latest Nine Elms scheme approved

    Published 10 February 2011

    A scheme to regenerate the Tideway Industrial Estate in Nine Elms was approved tonight (Thursday) by the council’s planning application committee.

  • Wandsworth hosts Olympic event

    Published 10 February 2011

    The Olympic Cycling Road Races will go through the middle of Putney, London 2012 bosses have announced.

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