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News published April 2011

  • Schools celebrate wedding a day early

    Published 28 April 2011

    Schoolchildren across Wandsworth have been donning princely robes and crowns and celebrating the Royal Wedding a day early.

  • Get Composting

    Published 28 April 2011

    Wandsworth is celebrating next week’s 11th annual Compost Awareness Week by offering special offers on compost bins and shredders.

  • Travel advice for Royal Wedding

    Published 28 April 2011

    Transport for London has issued travel advice for people intending to visit central London tomorrow (Friday) to take part in celebrations to mark the Royal Wedding.

  • Talking Tooting

    Published 27 April 2011

    Developers, property agents and retailers were invited to a special event to hear about the ongoing work to improve Tooting town centre.

  • Council website to take advertising

    Published 27 April 2011

    The council will shortly be accepting advertising on its website www.wandsworth.gov.uk. The revenue this creates will be used to help keep council tax low.

  • New family fund cuts social costs

    Published 27 April 2011

    The council has taken the first step in its radical new programme to get people back into work, break the cycle of benefit dependency and help make families more stable.

  • View plans for free school

    Published 27 April 2011

    Outline plans for converting the disused Bolingbroke Hospital site into a new state secondary school for local children will go up on public display at the beginning of next month.

  • Still time to beat Census fine

    Published 26 April 2011

    The bank holiday will be the final chance for residents to fill in their Census forms before risking a fine.

  • Royal wedding fever sweeps Wandsworth

    Published 26 April 2011

    Wandsworth will be awash with bunting on Friday as residents take over the streets, parks and gardens to celebrate the Royal Wedding.

  • Proxy vote for people who fall ill

    Published 26 April 2011

    People who find that they cannot vote in next month’s referendum on changes to the country’s electoral system because they suddenly fall ill or become medically incapacitated are still able to apply for a proxy vote.

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