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News published September 2014

  • See great art on your doorstep

    Published 25 September 2014

    The annual Wandsworth Artists’ Open House event gives people a chance to discover the hidden creativity in their neighbourhood.

  • Open the door to your first home

    Published 25 September 2014

    Find out how you can get the keys to a new home at next month’s Affordable Housing Open Day.

  • Wandsworth celebrates its Youth Games heroes

    Published 25 September 2014

    The Wandsworth London Youth Games team have been reunited to celebrate their second win in a row.

  • Help veg scheme grow

    Published 25 September 2014

    Enterprising Roehampton people enthusiastic about helping their families eat healthily are needed to help a local veg box scheme expand.

  • Parents need to start thinking about secondary school choices

    Published 23 September 2014

    Parents who want their children to start at a Wandsworth secondary school in September 2015 are being advised to start weighing up their choices as the deadline for applications looms ever closer.

  • Putney Bridge to reopen at 5am on Friday

    Published 23 September 2014

    Wandsworth Council has confirmed that Putney Bridge will be fully reopened at 5am on Friday, September 26 following its £1.5m facelift – two weeks ahead of schedule.

  • Developer told to take urgent steps to protect listed building

    Published 23 September 2014

    The council is taking action to force a developer to take immediate steps to safeguard and protect an historic listed building in Tooting that is at risk from neglect.

  • Longships and dragon boats compete in river race

    Published 22 September 2014

    A dazzling array of boats will sail down the Thames on Saturday (Sep 27) as part of the Great River Race, with plenty of chances to watch from the Wandsworth riverside.

  • Don’t get eaten by sharks – join the credit union

    Published 22 September 2014

    Residents who need an extra bit of financial help can access a range of affordable and ethical loans thanks to the partnership between the council and London Plus Credit Union.

  • No need to pay for a council tax banding review

    Published 19 September 2014

    Residents who believe their home is in the wrong council tax banding and would like it reassessed are being reminded that this can be done free of charge by Government inspectors.

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