Last year, residents were asked to complete an online survey.
The results of the survey have been published & you can read them in the PDF file on this page
Many thanks to all of you who came to our public meeting on 13 June. The speakers were Tom Walsh from Sustainable Merton, Andrea Lee from Client Earth and Dr Ian Mudway from Kings College London. They spoke off the cuff – you can get more information from the following links.
Jumble Trail organisers are looking for a local Champion to host a Jumble Trail on their street with the support of Recycle for London and Merton Council.
The event is completely free for anyone to register their stall, it’s to promote re-use and community, Recycle for London and Merton Council cover the cost of flyers and promotion and Jumble Trail provide free mentoring and online support.
Many thanks to those who came to the public meeting on 13 June. We will write round next week with some suggested next steps, but here are details of two public consultations which were mentioned and which we urge you to respond to.
The ‘nodal points’ which determine admissions to the new Harris Academy Wimbledon have been changed to put greater emphasis on children from Colliers Wood, following consultation with local parents.