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News published March 2011

  • New guide book to Richmond Park

    Published 28 March 2011

    Visitors to Richmond Park can get a wealth of information about its illustrious history and breathtaking wildlife with the publication today (Monday) of a new guide book.

  • Lister - make extra daylight permanent

    Published 28 March 2011

    Wandsworth Council leader Edward Lister has renewed his support for an ongoing nationwide campaign that would shift Britain’s clocks forward permanently and give the nation an extra hour of daylight.

  • Town hall backdrop for winning photos

    Published 25 March 2011

    Wandsworth town hall will tonight (Friday) be the setting for a giant picture show that celebrates life and diversity in modern day Britain.

  • Return census forms or risk missing out

    Published 25 March 2011

    Council leader Edward Lister has echoed calls urging residents to fill in their census form this weekend and warned that failing to do so could cost the borough dear.

  • Boat Race highlights tunnelling threat

    Published 25 March 2011

    This weekend’s University Boat Race is helping to shine a spotlight on the threat facing grass roots rowing in Putney.

  • Referendum called on new voting system

    Published 25 March 2011

    Official notification that a referendum on changes to the voting system for parliamentary elections has now been announced.

  • Online survey will shape waste services

    Published 25 March 2011

    Households in Wandsworth are being invited to help shape the borough’s refuse, recycling and street cleaning services over the next eight years by taking part in an online survey.

  • Putney welcomes boat race fans

    Published 24 March 2011

    Thousands of spectators are expected to flock to Putney on Saturday to witness the start of the world famous university boat race between Oxford and Cambridge.

  • Council Tax goes online

    Published 24 March 2011

    Wandsworth residents can now set up an online council tax account, the council has announced.

  • Friends praised for creating Winter Garden

    Published 23 March 2011

    The council's environment spokesman has paid tribute to The Friends of Battersea Park for raising £150,000 which has been used to create a new winter garden in south London's most popular park.

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