Unleash your potential at Women’s Enterprise Day
Female entrepreneurs are invited to the 7th annual Women’s Enterprise Day event on March 25 designed to help them become inspired to start or grow their business, amplify their skills and boost their networks.
Cooking masterclass for young chef finalists
Finalists in the seventh annual Wandsworth Young Chef of the Year competition have been getting expert advice on how to prepare and cook fish and bake cakes.
Retirement send-off for long-serving foster carer
Pearl Howard MBE, Wandsworth’s most experienced and longest-serving foster carer who is retiring after more than 40 years, has been given a send-off hosted by the Mayor of Wandsworth Cllr Jane Cooper.
Young people make themselves heard at Climate Commission
Young people, sustainability groups and decision makers came together to discuss climate change at a special Youth Climate Commission.
Works begin on first phase of affordable homes as part of the Alton Estate regeneration
Wandsworth Council, in partnership with UK housebuilder Redrow Homes, has begun work on a development of affordable new homes at Bessborough Road, marking the start of the wider Alton Estate regeneration Programme in Roehampton.
Wandsworth Council announces £20m Climate Change investment
Wandsworth Council is spending £20m on its environment and sustainability strategy, as part of its plans to tackle Climate Change.
Good turnout for construction jobs fair
More than 260 people went along to yesterday’s Construct Wandsworth jobs fair at South Thames College organised by the council’s Work Match jobs brokerage
Ramshackle and illegal ‘favela style’ garden extension is demolished
A ramshackle and illegal extension that covered the whole of a back garden in West Hill and allowed its owner to stand on the roof and peer into his neighbours’ windows, has been removed by council engineers.