Wandsworth small businesses are invited to visit the Do It Digital roadshow next week to develop their online skills.
Bus passengers who regularly use the interchange at Vauxhall are being urged to take part in a consultation on plans for a redesign of the bus station and its buildings.
Wandsworth Council leader Ravi Govindia has called on faith communities across the borough to unite and work together to “defeat those who pursue hatred and seek to divide us” in the wake of yesterday’s terrorist attack on Westminster.
There is still time for members of the public to take part in the consultation on proposals to introduce new byelaws in 35 of the borough’s smaller local parks and open spaces to prevent and tackle anti-social behaviour.
Painter and decorator Perry Radford is one of the latest borough residents to get a job through the council’s Work Match service, which so far has helped 611 local people into work.
Thousands of rowing fans are once again expected to head to Putney on Saturday to witness the climax of the 2017 Head of the River Race.
The Wandsworth Get to Know Your Health Pop Up Shop in Southside was visited by 1501 people, with 631 of them receiving a health MOT from the shop’s nurses, figures reveal.
Many tenants and former tenants are to receive credits to their accounts following a court case involving another council and Thames Water.
Wandsworth Mayor Cllr Richard Field has hailed the borough’s ‘cosmopolitan culture’ as new electoral data reveals the numbers of foreign nationals now choosing to make their home in the local area.
Redrow plc, a FTSE 250 company and one of the UK's leading home builders, is the preferred bidder for the regeneration of Wandsworth Council’s Alton estate, following an EU-compliant procurement process.