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News published October 2013

  • Snap up fireworks tickets now

    Published 22 October 2013

    There’s still time to buy your tickets for this year’s Battersea Park fireworks display – one of the biggest and best in London – but hurry, as they are selling out fast.

  • Crowds flock to volunteering fair

    Published 22 October 2013

    The 2013 Wandsworth Volunteering Fair proved to be a huge success – with more than 120 prospective volunteers using the event to learn how they could give up their time to help others.

  • Plans for new primary school in Earlsfield gather pace

    Published 21 October 2013

    Plans for a new primary school in Earlsfield have moved a step closer, with town hall education chiefs naming their choice of academy provider to run the school.

  • Don’t wait for a knock at door – return your voting forms now

    Published 18 October 2013

    Residents still have time to return their electoral registration forms to the town hall before council staff begin knocking on people’s doors to collect the information.

  • Job fairs spearhead local employment drive

    Published 18 October 2013

    Next Wednesday (October 23) Wandsworth Council will host the first in a series of jobs fairs offering local unemployed people access to a range of new employment, training and apprenticeship opportunities.

  • Street Elite coming to Roehampton

    Published 17 October 2013

    An innovative youth training scheme is set to expand into Roehampton later this year which uses sport and mentoring to help unemployed or hard-to-reach young people.

  • Most schools escape industrial action

    Published 16 October 2013

    Parents in the borough are being advised to check their school’s website this evening (Wednesday) to get the latest picture on tomorrow’s planned industrial action by teachers.

  • Wandsworth Volunteering Fair tomorrow

    Published 16 October 2013

    Visitors to the Wandsworth Volunteering Fair will be able to find out about a variety of volunteering opportunities in the borough when doors open tomorrow.

  • Young people reach for the sky at new £170k skatepark

    Published 15 October 2013

    Young people are really hitting the heights at the borough’s brand new £170,000 skateboard and BMX bike track in King George’s Park.

  • Royal College of Art coming to Nine Elms

    Published 15 October 2013

    The Royal College of Art (RCA) has announced plans to open a new project space at Riverlight, a new development by St James in Nine Elms on the South Bank.

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