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News published June 2011

  • Act now to save District Line improvements

    Published 27 June 2011

    Commuters who were looking forward to improved tube services on the District Line are being warned that plans to provide extra rush hour trains on the Wimbledon branch now hang in the balance.

  • Torrential rain alert

    Published 27 June 2011

    Households are being advised that there is a chance of torrential rain hitting London tonight (Monday).

  • Event honours armed forces

    Published 27 June 2011

    Hundreds of Wandsworth residents went along to Battersea Park yesterday to celebrate the contribution of their local Armed Forces.

  • York Road closed

    Published 27 June 2011

    York Road is expected to be closed to traffic all day today (Monday June 27) and most of tomorrow between Plough Road and Wandsworth Roundabout.

  • Rubbish levels fall again

    Published 24 June 2011

    The people of Wandsworth have helped the council save well over half a million pounds in waste disposal costs, new figures show.

  • Design a Dish for the Balham Food Festival

    Published 24 June 2011

    Lamberts restaurant in Balham is inviting local residents to "Design a Dish" for the Balham Food Festival.

  • Don't forget to send postal vote

    Published 24 June 2011

    Thamesfield ward residents who have requested a postal vote for the forthcoming by-election are being urged to make sure they return it to the town hall as quickly as possible.

  • Skydec plan rejected

    Published 23 June 2011

    Councillors have rejected plans to alter the roof of an apartment block which is in breach of planning regulations.

  • Ritherdon Road Street Party this Sunday

    Published 23 June 2011

    Following the success of last year’s outdoor celebrations the Ritherdon Road Trader’s Association is hosting another street party this Sunday, June 26 from 10am until 5pm.

  • Call for tweeters, not twitchers

    Published 23 June 2011

    A UK-wide push for younger people and more communities to get involved with Neighbourhood Watch has been launched in Battersea.

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