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Battle to save the Number 19 bus continues

Wandsworth Council’s deputy leader and cabinet member for transport, Cllr Jonathan Cook, has presented a petition from residents and businesses to TfL today as part of the council’s campaign to save a popular bus route.

Wandsworth to spend £400,000 on more electric charging points

Wandsworth is leading the way on electric vehicles in London, with the announcement of a £400,000 contract to roll out more charging points.

Sockets are going to be installed in about 250 street lights across the borough, with electronics giant Siemens carrying out the work.

Wandsworth Council child refugee pledge

Wandsworth Council is pledging to offer a home to refugee children.

It is supporting Lord Dubs’s Our Turn campaign, and will take in up to three unaccompanied and vulnerable refugee children a year for the next ten years, subject to continued Government support of the scheme.

Don’t fall prey to the 12 scams of Christmas

It may be the season of goodwill but fraudsters are working overtime at Christmas, warns Wandsworth Council.

To help residents spot the scams and not fall prey to the criminals, the council has come up with a guide to the 12 scams of Christmas.

Pub protection pays off in Wandsworth

Pubs in Wandsworth are faring far better than those neighbouring boroughs, figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have revealed.

The Alma, Wandsworth Town is one of the 120 pubs protected

Remembering the Clapham Junction rail tragedy

Today (Wednesday) marks the 30th anniversary of the Clapham Junction rail disaster in which 35 people lost their lives.

Cllr Govindia, the Mayor of Wandsworth and Wandsworth Council staff Simon Cooper-Grundy, Steve Green and Andy Clyro who attended the crash scene 30 years ago.