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News published January 2012

  • Police appeal for missing teen

    Published 31 January 2012

    Wandsworth Police have issued an appeal for information to help them trace a missing 14-year-old girl from Tooting.

  • Joint campaign for Putney green bus zone

    Published 31 January 2012

    The Putney Society and Wandsworth Council have launched a new campaign to secure more low emission hybrid buses on routes through Putney High Street.

  • Pupils mark Holocaust Memorial Day

    Published 31 January 2012

    More than 150 school pupils took part in interactive assemblies to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.

  • No charge for Jubilee street parties

    Published 30 January 2012

    There will be no charge to organise a street party during the Diamond Jubilee long weekend, the council has confirmed.

  • New plan for Nine Elms site

    Published 30 January 2012

    A planning application has been submitted to Wandsworth Council for the redevelopment of the Market Towers office building in Nine Elms.

  • Drive to speed up roadworks

    Published 27 January 2012

    Council leader Ravi Govindia has welcomed a new scheme that aims to minimise the disruption caused to Londoners by roadworks.

  • Warning on census email scam

    Published 27 January 2012

    Officials at the Office for National Statistics have issued a warning to the public today (Friday) after it emerged that fraudsters were using an email scam about the census to try and elicit people’s personal information.

  • ‘Let’s Talk’ roadshow heads for Northcote

    Published 27 January 2012

    People living in the Northcote ward area of Battersea, which includes residential areas to the south of Clapham Junction station and the streets surrounding the ever popular Northcote Road, will have the chance to deliver their verdict on local services at the latest Let’s Talk feedback session.

  • Artist asks to hear war stories

    Published 27 January 2012

    Members of the public who have memories or stories to share about the borough during WWI and WWII are being called on to do so as part of a special exhibition.

  • Deadline looms for sports award entries

    Published 26 January 2012

    Residents are being urged to hurry if they want to nominate a coach, volunteer, sports person, club or team to be crowned one of Wandsworth’s sporting heroes.

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