Art facelift for Clapham Junction town centre
Shoppers in Clapham Junction can now browse an open-air gallery of artwork as they pass the landmark Arding & Hobbs building which recently closed as a Debenhams store.
Friends of Wandsworth Common go plogging
Wandsworth Council kicked off its annual summer campaign, Love Parks Wandsworth - at the weekend - with a community clean up event and plog organised by the Friends of Wandsworth Common.
End of Lockdown Term - Thanking our Incredible Schools
Wandsworth schools are having their last day of term today before they break for summer holidays and reflect on what is likely to be one of the most unusual terms of their school careers.
Wandsworth Council Launches Creative Youth4Climate Competition
Young creatives in Wandsworth could get their work showcased on 72 poster sites around the borough, with the launch of the council’s ‘Youth4Climate’ competition today.
Art kits help children stay creative
Another 1,750 kits to help children be creative at home were distributed at the start of July as part of a partnership between the council and Wandsworth’s creative organisations.
Now bars and restaurants in Balham’s Bedford Hill can go al-fresco
Following on from the successful pedestrianisations of Old York Road and Northcote Road – to aid social distancing, encourage walking and cycling and support local hospitality businesses – the council is to unveil a third such scheme in Balham’s Bedford Hill.
Become a tree warden and help keep your street green and leafy
With London continuing to enjoy warm weather and little rainfall, councillors are praising the efforts of a team of local volunteers who are helping to look after the borough’s street trees.
Wandsworth Council launches Smart Growth recovery plan
Wandsworth Council is responding to the Coronavirus pandemic by launching an ambitious recovery plan designed to ensure that the borough gives the best possible opportunities and advantages to its residents and businesses.
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