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Merton residents will line the streets of Wimbledon and Raynes Park this summer to get a glimpse of the cyclists taking part in the RideLondon cycle event as it races through the borough on Sunday 4 August.
Merton Council's award-winning libraries have launched a new scheme to get every school child in the borough reading.
The Don’s Trust is pleased to announce an Evening with David Weir CBE to be held at The Cherry Red Records Stadium on Friday 22nd March 2013.
Merton’s award-winning libraries continue to make more of their services available to customers on a 24 hour basis after the launch in February 2013 of new technology initiatives this.
National Libraries Day takes place across the UK annually as an occasion to celebrate libraries and librarians, and highlight the importance of reading.
Priscilla Presley has won rave reviews for her star turn in Snow White at New Wimbledon Theatre, with critics hailing her as a "splendidly glamorous villainess".
Local Wimbledon businessman and author Patrick Shanahan takes the male viewpoint of finding love on the internet in his new book, Cupid’s Pursuit.
Getting a little closer to nature gives you time to breathe and to reflect. Wimbledon Common in winter is a great place to go for some much-needed downtime!
Party Popper or Party Pooper?
Party Popper or Party Pooper?
The prospect of another New Year’s Eve can fill us with excitement – or dread! What does welcoming in 2013 hold in store for you?
It’s All in a Dame
It’s All in a Dame
As the panto season approaches, we reflect on the role of the pantomime Dame – after all, what would a pantomime be without a Dame, or two? Answer: “Rubbish!”
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