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News published May 2012

  • Borough backs future music stars

    Published 29 May 2012

    Wandsworth has hit all the right notes in its bid to give future stars of the music world some of the best training opportunities available in the UK.

  • Travellers ordered to quit Tooting Common

    Published 29 May 2012

    A group of travellers who have set up camp on Tooting Common have been told to leave within the next 24 hours or face prosecution and risk having their vehicles towed away.

  • Keep up to date on Twitter

    Published 28 May 2012

    Wandsworth residents are being offered a live inside track to information on how the Olympics and next week's Jubilee celebrations are affecting the borough.

  • Parking changes for jubilee festival

    Published 25 May 2012

    Residents living in Battersea’s Albert Bridge Road are being advised that parking restrictions will be in place for the big diamond jubilee festival being staged in Battersea Park next week.

  • Outdoor art festival on Sunday

    Published 25 May 2012

    This year’s Wandsworth Arts Festival will be coming to a close in a grand fashion on Sunday with a huge outdoor festival.

  • Parents urged to be vigilant

    Published 25 May 2012

    Police in Wandsworth are reminding local parents of the need to be vigilant and report any suspicious activity they witness near school gates.

  • Opera comes to the town hall

    Published 25 May 2012

    Mesmerising recitals echoed out of the town hall’s courtyard last night after it was transformed into an outdoor arena for the National Opera Studio.

  • First Jubilee paving stone unveiled

    Published 25 May 2012

    These residents could now be living in one of the most patriotic streets in London after their congratulatory message to the Queen in her Jubilee year was quite literally set in stone.

  • Still time to arrange a jubilee street party

    Published 24 May 2012

    Royal jubilee fever has swept the borough with a record breaking 231 street parties planned for next week’s bank holiday weekend.

  • More time to respond to school plan

    Published 24 May 2012

    Residents in Putney will have more time to respond to a consultation on proposals for a new primary school on the vacant Putney Hospital site.

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