Free school meals scheme extended to cover summer break
Thousands of Wandsworth schoolchildren will continue to receive free meals over the schools’ summer holiday, ensuring they are able to enjoy a daily nutritious lunch during the long summer break.
West Hill ward set for road safety boost with councillors asked to back new zebra crossings
Councillors are being asked to back proposals for two more zebra crossings in West Hill ward, including one designed to improve safety for children attending a local primary school.
Fortnight left to help shape plans to revamp Battersea’s Shillington Park playground
Families living in Battersea are being reminded they can help shape plans to refurbish Shillington Park’s junior and toddler playground and outdoor gym.
Wandsworth Council is shortlisted for an MJ Award
Wandsworth Council’s Specialist Housing Occupational Therapists have been shortlisted for the Innovation in Building Diversity and Inclusion award at this year’s MJ Awards taking place on 24 June. The council is one of five finalists in this category.
Drop-in sessions this week for people who want to find out more about plans for Battersea’s Shillington Park playground refurbishment
Families living in Battersea can attend two drop-in sessions this week to find out more about plans to refurbish Shillington Park junior and toddler playground and outdoor gym.
Come and have a chat about your health – blood pressure checks and general health advice
Wandsworth Council is helping residents to remain healthy and well, by visiting locations around the borough over the coming weeks and months with a mobile, pop-up health clinic.
Wandsworth welcomes new mayor
The new Mayor of Wandsworth Cllr Jeremy Ambache has chosen to support charities helping children with special needs and bereaved people during his mayoral year.
New administration underway at Wandsworth Council
Wandsworth Council’s new cabinet members have made short filmed introductions so local people can find out more about them and their ambitions for the borough.