Forum – Issue 70 Spring 2023
In this issue:
- Great Expectations
- The Varied Life of a Councillor
- Out and About in Merton Park
- News in brief
- + more…
Encouraged by planting in Kendor Gardens and elsewhere in the borough, last year I started the ‘Merton Park Daffs’ initiative, initially seeking to plant around the bottom of trees in Kenley Road. This idea for a bit of post-covid ‘guerilla gardening’, quickly expanded into a plan to plant daffodils in our grass verges. It seemed like a great thing to look forward to in spring each year, especially after the impact of Covid 19. Continue reading “The Merton Park Daffs Initiative”
The proposals include:
MPWIR have been genuinely overwhelmed and humbled by the sheer mass of responses to the Boundary Commissions plan to tear Merton Park Ward apart and reduce it to a two Councillor ward.
With over 100 of you writing in to the Boundary Commission, that we know of; we hope they will not ignore such a strong representation. MPWRA will of course keep you updated with the outcome. However, this is not the end of the line as any changes will once again be subjected to consultation across all wards.
For your interest, we have included Continue reading “Merton Park Ward Boundary Review Submission”
Merton Ward Boundary Review
You may not have heard of the Boundary Commission, but if you live or vote in Merton Park Ward, you will soon be affected by its rulings. For the Boundary Commission proposes to reduce the size of Merton Park Ward Continue reading “Don’t Lose Your 30 Years of Independence”