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News published May 2014

  • Nine Elms on the South Bank grows a Chelsea Fringe

    Published 12 May 2014

    The horticultural heritage of Nine Elms on the South Bank will be brought to life through a series of events as part of this year’s Chelsea Fringe.

  • Banham boost for crime prevention efforts

    Published 9 May 2014

    Banham Security has joined forces with Wandsworth Council’s Community Safety Team to encourage more local businesses to protect themselves against crime.

  • How to apply for a proxy vote at forthcoming elections

    Published 9 May 2014

    With polling day for the European Parliamentary and local council elections now less than two weeks away, people who will not be able to get to their polling station on the day are being advised that they can still apply for a proxy vote.

  • Jobs fair: Next stop Tooting Broadway

    Published 6 May 2014

    The council’s Work Match recruitment team will host its next local jobs fair at the Tooting Campus of South Thames College on Tuesday 3 June.

  • How to avoid a bank holiday parking ticket

    Published 2 May 2014

    Motorists can park for free for as long as they like in any of the borough’s controlled parking zones on bank holiday Monday – but they should steer clear of yellow lines.

  • Young person of the year named

    Published 2 May 2014

    A schoolgirl who has campaigned tirelessly for better awareness and understanding of mental health issues has won this year’s Wandsworth Young Person of the Year Award.

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