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A festival of food, dog show, motocross display, falconry, and magicians will all feature at the Nonsuch Town and Country Show this weekend.
Fans of Ashburton Park have an opportunity to get involved with the popular green space, from shaping its future to simply enjoying the outdoors with family and friends.
Students and teachers from Carshalton College have produced some colourful artwork on the wall of Tim’s Café on Sutton High Street.
Wandsworth residents can be one of the first to try the new McDonald’s delivery service as it trials in London.
Technology that enables elderly and vulnerable people to live independently at home is being showcased next week.
A pet first aid course takes place in Epsom next month.
People are encouraged to ask questions to the Epsom and St Helier Hospitals Trust Board at the Annual Public Meeting scheduled to be held at St Helier Hospital on Friday July 14 at 9am.
The Croydon Heritage Festival is back for its 5th year this weekend with a range of activities spanning the week-long festivities.
Safer Parks Team and Sutton Council Trading Standards had a successful day yesterday as a joint operation ended in the seizure of suspected counterfeit designer goods from a Stonecot flat.
An exhibition dedicated to the Quran is on display in Ewell this week.
Fiona Geekie, a nurse practitioner, donated bone marrow to a person she had never met earlier this year.
The Met Police have launched a campaign against so-called 'snatch' and robbery offences of scooters.
A man has been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of a man in Croydon.
Commuters are facing severe tube delays in west London due to a signal failure.
When Brentford shot-stopper Daniel Bentley is not saving goals on the pitch, he is saving lives off it. The Bees keeper saved a man from drowning whilst on holiday last Friday (June 16).
A review into the safety of Merton's social housing is underway, according to a statement by Clarion Housing Group.
A bin lorry “barfed on” a car this morning in Earlsfield.
Southern Rail should have an East Croydon service taken away as a result of the continuing drivers’ strikes and overtime ban, according to a new report.
An elderly Tooting resident is frightened vulnerable people in the area are “being targeted” by thieves after her purse was stolen twice in three months.
A vile pervert who assaulted a young girl has been jailed and forced to register for life as a sex offender.