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News published June 2012

  • Two days of fun in Putney

    Published 29 June 2012

    A weekend of food, drink, live music and family fun will entertain residents and visitors to Putney during the Olympic cycle races on July 28 and 29.

  • Litter campaign paying dividends

    Published 29 June 2012

    The council’s long running campaign to discourage people from dropping litter outside rail and tube stations appears to be paying dividends.

  • Get Active Day

    Published 29 June 2012

    Olympic medallist Mark Richardson will be launching this year’s Get Active Day on July 14.

  • Travellers ordered off common

    Published 29 June 2012

    A group of travellers have been given a deadline of 2.30pm today (Friday) to vacate Tooting Common after unlawfully setting up camp there on Wednesday evening.

  • Travellers will need to quit common

    Published 28 June 2012

    A group of travellers who set up camp on Tooting Common last night (Wednesday) are set to be served with formal legal notices later today giving them 24 hours to move on.

  • Let residents judge extra hour sleep plan

    Published 27 June 2012

    Residents living under the Heathrow flightpath should be given the chance to say whether they would trade an extra hour’s sleep for additional flights later in the morning.

  • Investing in the future of Roehampton

    Published 26 June 2012

    Residents are being called on to help shape the future of Roehampton town centre.

  • Inquiry into health trust’s budget failings

    Published 26 June 2012

    Wandsworth is supporting calls for a new inquiry into the causes of a financial crisis that has engulfed one of south west London’s largest NHS trusts.

  • Solar panels save thousands

    Published 26 June 2012

    Solar panels installed on council roofs earlier this year have already saved the council £16,000 and generated enough energy to power more than 11 average UK households.

  • New powers to tackle litter lout drivers

    Published 25 June 2012

    The town hall is warning litter lout drivers that they could face fines of up to £100 if rubbish is tossed from their vehicle – following the introduction of new laws.

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