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News published September 2015

  • 100 small firms get high street advice

    Published 30 September 2015

    More than 100 of Wandsworth’s small business owners and budding entrepreneurs took advantage of free advice sessions and workshops as part of the council’s Business Support on the High Street event last week.

  • Councillor blows whistle on football stadium plan

    Published 29 September 2015

    Residents who live near Wimbledon Greyhound Stadium are being reminded that they have just over a week left to comment on revised development plans that could see it transformed into a 20,000 seat football stadium built alongside more than 600 new homes.

  • Have your say on how crime is tackled

    Published 25 September 2015

    The people of Wandsworth are invited to quiz senior police officers and councillors on how they are tackling crime and anti-social behaviour.

  • Man Shop open now

    Published 25 September 2015

    Dozens of men have had a free Man MOT at the Man Shop since it opened on Wednesday.

  • Balham Food Festival this weekend

    Published 25 September 2015

    The 2015 Balham Food Festival – a week-long feast of food and entertainment - kicks off this Sunday.

  • Parents invited to meet teaching staff at new Putney primary school

    Published 24 September 2015

    The educational charity that will be managing the new Putney primary school when it opens next September is holding a special open day event next week for prospective parents.

  • Get your fireworks tickets now

    Published 23 September 2015

    Tickets for the Battersea Park Fireworks Display go on sale today (September 23).

  • Travellers must leave Tooting Common car park or face prosecution

    Published 23 September 2015

    A group of travellers who have set up camp in a car park at Tooting Common have been told to leave by lunchtime today (Wednesday) or face prosecution and risk having their vehicles towed away.

  • Still time to get business support

    Published 22 September 2015

    There’s still time to get one-to-one advice on how to grow your business at a roving pop-up business support sessions visiting Wandsworth libraries this week.

  • Councillors support residents over parking controls

    Published 22 September 2015

    Councillors have given their backing to residents in an Earlsfield neighbourhood who were opposed to parking controls in their streets.

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