A Shirley Oaks child abuse victim gave away all her compensation so that “every smile Lambeth took from me, I made sure I have given to someone else”.
The Customer Services Centre at Wandsworth Town Hall will be partially reopening next week on an appointment basis only. This follows a public closure during lockdown.
Bike hangars are to be installed in 21 streets across the borough in the coming months.
Children aged from three to seven can learn all about the world and sustainability from a new educational platform.
In line with fresh Government guidance, playgrounds in the borough will be reopening this weekend, but parents and children will need to carefully observe updated guidelines designed to keep them and others safe.
The Streetcube sustainable food project have announced their latest venture in the form of a new organic and sustainable food market billed as the biggest in London.
Police have issued a second dispersal zone in Wandsworth after concerns of another illegal rave could take place tonight.
E-scooters will be allowed on Britain's roads from this Saturday, the Department for Transport has announced.
Coronavirus has worsened “stark” and “pervasive” inequalities in London, the regional director of Public Health England has warned.
Wandsworth Council has released its key figures for May’s Wandsworth Arts Fringe (WAF), which this year took the form of a digital festival as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.