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News published January 2014

  • New services for people with learning disabilities

    Published 24 January 2014

    Adults with learning disabilities have new services to improve their care and help them enjoy fuller lives.

  • Still time to register to vote

    Published 24 January 2014

    There is still time to get your name on the electoral register – but hurry because it will be published on February 17.

  • Council will fight night flights threat

    Published 24 January 2014

    Wandsworth Council says it will fight any plans by the Airports Commission to increase the number of night flights over London.

  • Help to cut fuel bills

    Published 24 January 2014

    The council is working with Coldbusters and the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) to offer advice and practical help to local people to cut fuel bills

  • On-the-spot fines given to litterbugs

    Published 24 January 2014

    Nearly two dozen litterbugs have been hit with on-the-spot fines for dropping litter on pavements outside rail and tube stations over the past fortnight.

  • Targeted campaign to improve school attendance

    Published 23 January 2014

    The council will be working with police in Wandsworth in the coming weeks on the latest campaign to make sure that children in the borough are not missing school.

  • Litter campaign takes to the roads

    Published 23 January 2014

    People who think they can throw litter and rubbish out of car windows and get away with it had better steer clear of Wandsworth after plans for a new waste crackdown were announced today (Thursday).

  • NHS watchdog wants feedback on hospitals' services

    Published 23 January 2014

    England's Chief Inspector of Hospitals is inviting members of the public to tell his inspection panel what they think of the health services provided by St George’s Hospital and by the South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust.

  • Prestigious Royal Warrant won by Battersea eco-firm

    Published 22 January 2014

    Council leader Ravi Govindia has offered his congratulations to a Battersea based eco-company that has been awarded a prestigious Royal Warrant by Prince Charles.

  • Little Waitrose comes to East Putney

    Published 22 January 2014

    Council leader Ravi Govindia has officially opened Wandsworth’s first ‘little Waitrose’ at Langham Square, East Putney.

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