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News published March 2016

  • Borough-wide arts feast coming soon

    Published 24 March 2016

    The Wandsworth Arts Fringe programme is now available online, with 110 live performances and events across the borough over two weeks in May.

  • Amaya wins Young Chef crown

    Published 24 March 2016

    Burntwood School pupil Amaya O’Reilly aged 14 has won the third annual Wandsworth Young Chef of the Year competition.

  • Hundreds of local students explore Nine Elms careers

    Published 23 March 2016

    More than 400 of Wandsworth’s school and college students came to South Thames College today to explore the varied career and training options available across the Nine Elms on the South Bank regeneration area.

  • Putney hosts university double boat race showdown

    Published 23 March 2016

    The eyes of the world will be on Putney this Sunday to witness the annual boat race showdown between Oxford and Cambridge universities.

  • Young apprentices visit the mayor's parlour

    Published 23 March 2016

    The deputy mayor of Wandsworth, Cllr Leslie McDonnell, has hosted a lunch for local apprentices and their employers to celebrate National Apprenticeship Week.

  • Air quality theatre completes schools tour

    Published 22 March 2016

    A high energy theatre production has completed a tour of local primary schools to help teach youngsters about climate change, air pollution and how our travel choices can affect the environment.

  • Free parking on Easter weekend bank holidays

    Published 22 March 2016

    Motorists are being advised that they can park for free in marked out parking bays in the borough’s controlled parking zones on bank holidays over Easter.

  • Look out for your poll card over the Easter weekend

    Published 21 March 2016

    The Notice of Election for the Mayor of London and London Assembly Elections has now been published, meaning that Wandsworth residents only have a matter of weeks to ensure they can cast their vote on Thursday 5 May 2016.

  • Boat race fans advised to plan ahead due to Easter weekend rail service disruption

    Published 18 March 2016

    Spectators heading to Putney to witness the start of the annual Oxford and Cambridge boat races on Easter Sunday are being advised to plan ahead and if necessary allow extra time for their journeys because of disruption to local rail services that weekend.

  • Don’t miss your chance to comment on borough-wide 20mph idea

    Published 18 March 2016

    People in Wandsworth are being reminded they can comment on proposals that could result in lower speed limits being put in place across the borough.

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