The council will be planting another 750 trees this winter in streets, parks and estates – and to ensure they thrive and survive they are all being fitted with a simple but innovative piece of equipment to ensure they have plenty of water.
Residents and businesses are being warned to be on their guard against a pair of conmen believed to be operating door to door in the borough and collecting cash for a bogus “charity skydive”.
The Brexit transition period has ended but Wandsworth residents who are EU citizens have until June 30 to secure their right to live, work, study and receive benefits and services in the UK.
Clapham Junction (or should it be Battersea Junction?) is at the heart of our borough. It’s one of the region’s main transport hubs, is a popular destination for shopping and nightlife, and its name is the source of ongoing controversy.
Thousands of children in Wandsworth are continuing to receive a nutritious lunch during lockdown with their parents given supermarket food vouchers to replace free school meals.
The Hearts for the Arts Awards 2021 shortlist has been announced, with Wandsworth Council being shortlisted twice by a panel of key arts industry experts and practitioners.
Wandsworth Council is encouraging local businesses to check if they are eligible for any of the council’s six grant schemes now open to ensure they don’t miss the chance to claim funding.
Libraries in Wandsworth have continued to be the amongst the most popular and best-used in the country according to the latest figures released by public service accountancy body CIPFA.
This year it is more important than ever to stick to new year resolutions to get healthier.
The council has drawn up a draft plan to guide development in the borough, and is now seeking local people’s input.