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News published May 2011

  • See where your recycling goes

    Published 31 May 2011

    Apply now for a chance to take a trip around the new recycling plant in Wandsworth on June 22.

  • Travellers ordered to leave common

    Published 31 May 2011

    A group of travellers who have set up camp on Tooting Common have been given 48 hours to leave or else face prosecution and risk having their vehicles towed away.

  • New cabinet gets down to business

    Published 27 May 2011

    Wandsworth’s newly appointed cabinet team has met for the first time under the leadership of the borough’s new council leader Ravi Govindia.

  • Hospital infection rates at record low

    Published 27 May 2011

    Hospital chiefs at St George’s in Tooting have been commended by the council’s spokesman on the NHS for achieving their lowest ever recorded infection rates for MRSA and Clostridium difficile (C.diff).

  • Become a volunteer

    Published 27 May 2011

    Find out how to volunteer your time to help others during Volunteer Week from June 1.

  • Flower arrangement workshops

    Published 26 May 2011

    Wandsworth based florists Gardenia is holding two half day flower arranging workshops at the Pump House Gallery in Battersea Park on Saturday 4 June.

  • Pressure mounts over greenfield tunnelling

    Published 26 May 2011

    Thousands more Londoners are backing a campaign to save Barn Elms Playing Fields from being used as a giant construction compound as part of the Thames Tunnel super sewer scheme.

  • Police renew appeals over sex attacker

    Published 26 May 2011

    Detectives in Wandsworth are appealing to south London's Asian communities for help in catching a serial sex offender who's been linked to three serious attacks on women in the area.

  • Traffic warden's 'sumo move’ on burglar

    Published 25 May 2011

    New council leader Ravi Govindia has paid tribute to the courage of a brave Wandsworth parking attendant who risked serious injury when he helped police apprehend a violent suspect.

  • What do you think of localism?

    Published 25 May 2011

    The council is asking people what they think about the Localism Bill.

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