Very hot weather is expected this week and Wandsworth Council and the NHS are urging people to take extra care of themselves and look out for anyone who may be more at risk from the effects of the heat.
Wandsworth households have been sent a form asking them to check that the information held about them on the electoral register is correct.
Residents living in and around Battersea’s Northcote Road will soon be able to visit a bigger and better library in the heart of their neighbourhood after councillors on the planning committee approved designs for the new building.
Wandsworth Council has set itself the target of becoming the greenest borough in inner London.
Residents are being reminded that the Prudential Ride London cycle event on the first weekend in August will affect travel in parts of the borough.
The transformation of the Thessaly Road railway bridge by visual artist Yinka Ilori has been unveiled by Wandsworth Council after hundreds of people celebrated the new design at a ‘Happy Streets’ community festival.
Families and children living in Earlsfield are being asked to help decide which improvements they would like to see to playground equipment at a popular local neighbourhood green space.
Local school children have been helping the council and police educate drivers on the dangers of speeding.
The council’s jobs brokerage service, Work Match, wants to meet local businesses to get an insight into their recruitment needs.
This year’s Wandsworth Festival of Learning will run from now until September, with a chance to learn new skills and improve your employability