Morden Park House is hosting a 90’s Film outdoor cinema on August 26th, from 11am.
Click on the image above to download a leaflet and further details.
Alternatively book directly via eventbrite
The annual Merton Summer Reading Challenge, (organised by The Reading Agency and the public library network), is taking place once again.
This year the theme is: Space Chase, an out-of-this-world adventure inspired by the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing! Continue reading “Summer Reading Challenge – 2019”
The John Innes Society host their popular annual plant sale on Saturday 11th May.
Free admission to members, but still only 50p to non-members!
So come along and stock up on herbaceous plants, bedding plants, shrubs and more. 10:00am – 12:00pm, all welcome.
Merton Heritage Discovery Day takes place on Saturday 11th May from 12:30 – 4:30pm. This year, Merton Heritage Centre is celebrating its 25th anniversary and have lots of events happening across the borough. The Heritage team have curated a fantastic itinerary for the Discovery day which you can download in full here.
Older people are the “fastest growing demographic in Merton” according to Age UK. So if you care for an elderly person or are heading that way yourself, Age UK Merton are hosting an ‘planning for the future’ exhibition at, Merton Arts Space on Wednesday 10th April between 4pm and 8pm.
Metro Bank -Wimbledon &
Wimbledon Business Group
are hosting an
informal networking evening
Thurs 28th March | 5:30 – 7:30pm
this free event is open to all
but do please rsvp by 15th March to:
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)
For more information: Tel.02085453239
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!