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Merton Council gardens spruced up by South Thames College students ahead of Remembrance Day service
Students have given the council gardens a spruce up ahead of Remembrance Day services.
Pupils from South Thames College on the Prince’s Trust Programme have completed their community project to rejuvenate the gardens outside the Civic Centre in Morden.
The 13 young people, aged between 16 to 25, made over £800 by helping pack people’s shopping in a local supermarket and completed a sponsored walk to fund the project.
A series of Remembrance Day services will be held across the borough next week.
Remembrance Sunday, November 10
St Mary’s Merton Park War Memorial, 9am. Service will be attended by the Mayor of Merton and the Morden and District branch of The Royal British Legion.
Mitcham War Memorial, Lower Green West, 10.40am. Service will be attended by the Deputy Mayor of Merton and the Mitcham branch of The Royal British Legion.
Wimbledon War Memorial, Wimbledon Village, 10.40am. Service will be attended by the Mayor of Merton, The Rt Hon Sir John Wheeler JP DL, and the Wimbledon branch of The Royal Legion.
Armistice Day, Monday, November 11
Merton Civic Centre in Morden, 10.50am. Service will be attended by the deputy Mayor of Merton.
Mitcham Clock Tower, Mitcham Fair Green, 10.50am. Service will be attended by the Mayor of Merton.
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