The Grandad Tapes…

During his 90 years, Bill Eacott endured poverty, escaped a near death incident and fought for his country in two world wars…

Discover more about this fascinating resident of the St.Helier estate from this illustrated talk based on Bill’s reminiscences.

Tuesday 19 February, 10.30 – 12.00
West Barnes Library
(Station Road – New Malden)
Admission FREE.
For more information: Tel.02085453239

Wish You Had Green Fingers?

The John Innes society is offering a chance to learn how to sow and grow with some hands on seed growing and plant rearing. In particular growing vegetables can be easy and productive as you can grow quite a bit even in a small space – perfect for next Veganuary!

Eastern Electric Festival 2019

Eastern Electrics is fast becoming the ‘Marmite of Morden’ with lovers and haters of this annual  music festival voicing their support, or dismay, in equal measure.

The festival organisers have applied for a 5 year license to grow the event. On the one hand, the event does bring in much needed revenue for the council, but understandably local residents are concerned about the noise levels and associated anti-social behaviour that such events can attract.

The first residents engagement meeting took place on November 22nd.

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Light Up Morden

The annual Light Up Morden event will once again be happening on Friday 7th December.

MPWRA would love to see many of our residents come along and support the event which will feature local school and community choirs, along with festive stalls and of course the lighting of the tree outside the civic centre!

MPWIR very own councillor, Dickie Wilkinson, designed this years poster, and has produced a number of versions, including a colour-in your own version so why not download a copy and put your artistic skills to work and display a copy in your window?

Forum  – Issue 61 Autumn 2018

In this issue:

• New Waste Collection Service
• CPZ For Grasmere
• Morden Regeneration  – Again
• Merton Housing Targets

& More…

Love Later Life

Our September guest speaker was Rob Clarke,  CEO of Age UK Merton.

Rob spoke about the work that Age UK Merton is doing to become the ‘go to place’ for residents over the age of 50 who need advice, help, support or just a chat.

View Rob’s presentation notes: Love Later Life / Learn more about Age UK Merton

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