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News published October 2012

  • Residents given traffic calming choices

    Published 19 October 2012

    Residents in a busy residential road in Battersea are being given a choice of traffic calming options for their street.

  • Warning over Hajj travel bookings

    Published 19 October 2012

    Members of the Muslim community should be on their guard against unscrupulous tour and travel operators offering “too good to be true” last-minute pilgrimage packages to Mecca , trading standards officers are warning.

  • Advance tickets only for firework display

    Published 19 October 2012

    People thinking of celebrating Bonfire Night at the Battersea Park fireworks display are reminded that this year tickets must be bought in advance.

  • School pupils’ art featured in exhibition

    Published 19 October 2012

    A two day exhibition featuring textile art created by youngsters aged five to 11 starts today (Friday, October 19) at Battersea Park’s Pump House Gallery.

  • Under a fortnight left to choose schools

    Published 18 October 2012

    Parents are being reminded that they now have less than a fortnight left to apply for next September’s secondary school places.

  • Warning over con artists in Balham

    Published 18 October 2012

    Trading standards officers have issued a warning to older people in Balham after reports that rogue builders and doorstep con artists are currently operating in the area.

  • Get free help at advice day

    Published 18 October 2012

    Get advice on everything from identity theft to benefits at the upcoming Community Advice Day.

  • One week until affordable housing event

    Published 17 October 2012

    The Affordable Housing Open Day, packed full of information and advice on buying your first home, is next Thursday (October 25).

  • Police host free funday event at Asda

    Published 17 October 2012

    A community safety day has been organised by the police in Battersea on Saturday complete with bike marking sessions, the chance to see inside patrol vehicles and an appearance by Chelsea FC’s team mascot Stamford the Lion.

  • Public health comes home

    Published 17 October 2012

    Full responsibility by the council for improving the health of the people of Wandsworth has come a step closer, with this week’s move of the NHS public health team to offices in the town hall.

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