It’s Alcohol Awareness Week (16 – 22 November) and Wandsworth residents are encouraged to drink responsibly during lockdown and beyond to protect their mental health.
The South West Borough Commander for the Metropolitan Police has written the following message to the public.
The council has collaborated with the Putney Rotary Club and the Friends of Wandsworth Park to plant thousands of crocus bulbs in Wandsworth Park to raise awareness of Polio.
Wandsworth businesses forced to close during the latest coronavirus lockdown can now apply to the council for a support grant.
Children aged from three to seven can learn all about litter and recycling from a free educational platform called Earth Cubs created by a Tooting resident.
Tomorrow (Nov 14) is World Diabetes Day and people are being urged to check if they are at risk of developing this serious disease.
Advice sessions on the EU Settlement Scheme are being held in different European languages over the next few weeks.
The first phase of the multi-million-pound refurbishment of Wandsworth Bridge will conclude tomorrow (Friday).
People who think they may have contracted Coronavirus can get tested in Wandsworth on November 13, 14 and 17.
The council’s emergency response team swung into action overnight to help residents in Tooting who had to be evacuated from their homes after a stray firework sparked a fire that ruptured a gas pipe.