WimbledonSW19.com Newsletter, 3 March, 2017

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3 March, 2017

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What's happened in Wimbledon

Proposed Wimbledon Boundary Changes Generate Huge Controversy
Plans from the Boundary Commission would split the local parliamentary constituency

Merton Council Tax Will Rise For First Time Since 2011
Extra £9m in funding will go towards adult social care

Southfields School Evacuated Due To WW2 Bomb Scare
Roads in area closed but re-opened once false alarm confirmed

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Wimbledon Commuters Hit By Oyster Over-Charging
Thousands of local passengers fail to properly complete their journey

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Date Set For Annual Wimbledon Guild Village Fair
Join the thousands flocking to Wimbledon Common

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Once again in the Top 50 National Estate Agencies

Residents Fight Against New Wolfson Homes Scheme
Developers plan 85 flats in Copse Hill conservation area

Review: Chigger Foot Boys At Tara Theatre
New play about young Jamaicans in WW1 falls a little flat

Merton's Untold WW1 Stories Are Discovered
Carved in Stone has untapped our local wartime heritage

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Pentecostal Church Set For New Merton Hall Home
Historic building will be transformed to give church the space it needs

Local Housing And Training Provider In Merger
Becoming one of London's biggest providers of homeless accommodation

Wimbledon Theatre Gala Night Boosts Diabetes UK
Sister Act audiences help star Alexandra Burke raise funds

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Make Merton A Dementia Friendly Borough By 2020
Angela Rippon attends launch of Dementia Friendly Merton

Council Plugs Into Demand For Electric Charge Points
Vehicle power points installed at nine locations across Merton

Wimbledon and Putney Commons Conservators February Update
News on the Charity Commission’s Formal Action Plan and the Statutory Inquiry

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AFC Wimbledon match reports

Dons Upset The Odds To Chalk Up Away Win
Wimbledon's dominance earns them three points at Scunthorpe

Lyle Taylor Helps Wimbledon Finally Get A Win
Victory against Walsall was their first in eight matches

Rare Away Goal Not Enough To Earn Dons A Win
Neal Ardley: 'We've played really well and lost'

What's on in and around Wimbledon

March 4 & 5: Weekend Transport Work
District line and Overground affected by Earls Court work

Wimbledon Road Delays Ahead
Where to watch for local roadworks

March 4 & 5: Join The Big Tidy Up In Merton
Grab a litter pick and help keep our borough spick and span

Noel & Gertie In Wimbledon
To March 4: Musical comedy

International Women's Day Run In Wimbledon
March 8: Elite athlete joins social run on the Common

Ceremony Will Honour Wimbledon World War One Hero
March 8: Service to take place at Wimbledon War Memorial

Tara Arts Theatre: Chigger Foot Boys
To March 11 : New WW1 drama

Help Clear The River Wandle
March 12: Wimbledon clean-up date

Boys Will Be Boys - But Not Always
March 14-18: La Cage Aux Folles comes to Wimbledon

Teenage Mental Health Conference
March 20: Wimbledon event for parents

Joint Spring Concert
March 25: Addison Oratorio and Chamber Choirs

Wimbledon Choral Society Concert
March 25: Cadogan Hall in Chelsea

West Barnes Singers' Event
April 29: SW19 Spring concert

Full listing of events in Wimbledon

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