News from September 2018

  • Upgrade for Battersea Park sports pitch

    Sports fans can now enjoy upgraded facilities at the Battersea Park Millennium Arena following a £100k sports pitch replacement.

    Published: 28 September 2018

  • More people to benefit from financial help

    More people than ever are now eligible to receive financial assistance from Wandsworth Council.

    Published: 28 September 2018

  • Travellers ordered off common

    A formal notice is being served on a group of travellers to leave Tooting Common after they illegally set up camp there.

    Published: 28 September 2018

  • Wandsworth Arts Fringe wants you!

    Wandsworth Council’s Wandsworth Arts Fringe (WAF) is celebrating its tenth anniversary in May 2019.

    Published: 28 September 2018

  • Working together to support the community

    Wandsworth Council supports a wide range of voluntary and community sector organisations through the Wandsworth Grant Fund, the Wandsworth Local Fund and the Wandsworth Community Fund managed by the London Community Foundation.

    Published: 25 September 2018

  • Memorial to war hero ‘Tiny Ted’

    First world war hero Edward ‘Tiny Ted’ Foster has been commemorated with a permanent memorial in the a small French town he helped liberate.

    Published: 25 September 2018

  • Get help to quit this Stoptober

    Sign up to the 28-day Stoptober challenge and give up tobacco for good.

    Published: 25 September 2018

  • Powerleague pitches come to Nine Elms

    Sports fans in Nine Elms can now play on one on London’s most innovative football pitches, which opened this weekend at New Covent Garden market.

    Published: 25 September 2018

  • Work Match hits landmark of getting 1,000 people into work

    Work Match, the service set up five years ago to help get local people into employment while also supporting local businesses, is celebrating finding its 1000th person a job.

    Published: 24 September 2018

  • Putney school chosen to launch global education scheme

    A Putney school that has been connecting its pupils with children from a refugee camp in Jordan was chosen to launch a pioneering new programme by the UK Government and the British Council.

    Published: 21 September 2018

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