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Macmillan Merton
40 Aldridge Rise
KT3 5RL
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Raise money to provide Macmillan nurses and specialists based at our local hospitals: St. George's, St Helier, Epsom and the Royal Marsden Sutton, all of which serve the needs of our local community.

For more information contact Amanda Hamlyn Hamlyn on 07976 718373
Malmesbury Primary School
Malmesbury Primary School
SM4 6HG
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We are a primary school situated between Morden and Rose Hill who are looking for volunteers to help us in our school garden.

For more information contact the organisation, at the address listed to the left.
Marriage Care (Wimbledon Centre)
Guild House
SW19 4EF
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Supports marriage and relationships. Trained counsellors help people who, at a particular moment of their lives, find themselves in difficulty in their relationship. Also provides practical guidance for couples preparing to marry or make a new commitment.

For more information contact Clive Weeks at the address listed to the left.
Marryat Players - Chamber Orchestra for Young Musicians
3 Marryat Road
SW19 5BB
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The Marryat Players Chamber Orchestra for Young Musicians performs concerts in the Spring, Summer and Autumn each year, after several days of intensive rehearsals in Marryat Road, Wimbledon Village, from where the orchestra gets its name.

For more information contact Margaret Lewisohn on 020 8947 8203
Martin Way Methodist Church
Buckleigh Avenue
SW20 9JZ
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Services every Sunday. During the week provides valued services to the local community including a toddler group, coffee morning, youth groups, a fortnightly luncheon club, a monthly men's group and a fortnightly ladies' evening.

For more information contact Rev Paul Timmis on 020 8337 2348
MASCOT Telecare (LBM)
Civic Centre
SM4 5DX
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Provision of Careline and Telecare services & out of hours services. .

For more information contact Suzette Simon at the address listed to the left.
May Project Garden
158 Middleton Road
SM4 6RW
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For more information contact Ian Solomon-Kawall on 07921 917453
Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime
10 Dean Farrar Street
SW1H 0NY
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For more information contact Sarah Walker at the address listed to the left.
Meals on Wheels (LBM)
Civic Centre
SM4 5DX
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The Meals on Wheels service is provided in partnership with the catering company Sodexo. Meals are available seven days a week for people who are unable to prepare or cook a hot meal for themselves. The meals can be provided hot or frozen, for heating in the home, and will meet dietary, religious and ethnic needs. To request an assessment please contact Merton Adult Access Team. All assessed Customers will pay £3.43 per hot meal or £3.17 per frozen meal.
Telephone Numbers
020 8545 4430
0208 545 4626 (Minicom)
07961 243740 (reserved for people who are Profoundly Deaf and using SMS only)"

For more information contact the organisation, on 020 8274 5321 (Meals on Wheels)
Melrose School
Church Road
CR4 3BE
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For more information contact Steve Childs on 020 8646 2620
Merton Abbey Primary School
High Path
SW19 2JN
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For more information contact Stella Fry on 020 8542 7129
Merton Adult Crack Service
296a Kingston Road
SW20 8LX
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Adult service for stimulant users and families: crack-cocaine, cocaine, amphetamines and other misused drugs. Provides day-programme with groups for anxiety, anger and relapse prevention. Key-working and long term structured counselling. Women's group and creche. Self-referral.

For more information contact Franco Toma at the address listed to the left.
Merton and Morden Guild of Social Service
34a Aberconway Road
SM4 5LF
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Works for older people. Runs a lunch club (referral by social worker); fitness classes for older people of all abilities; regular activities including a stroke club; dance classes; tai chi; outings. Some accessible transport available; grants for individuals.

For more information contact Hamish Duncan at the address listed to the left.
Merton and South West London Dyslexia Association
311 Wimbledon Park Road
SW19 6NP
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Promotes awareness of the specific learning difficulty, dyslexia. Supports parents and shares information about educational needs of children. Offers adult with dyslexia assistance and opportunity for discussion.

For more information contact Arran Smith on 01344 381553
Merton Art Society
42 Saffron Platt
GU2 9XZ
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Merton Art Society is an art group which meets one Tuesday a month at the Methodist Church, Martin Way, Morden for talks, practical sessions and critique sessions. It also exhibits twice a year. Everyone is welcome (complete beginners, painters and non-painters).

For more information contact Daniele Mandelli at the address listed to the left.
Merton Bahai Community
18 Compton Road
SW19 7QD
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Regular meetings for worship and social activities for children, young people and adults. Meets in homes of members or hires halls for larger events.

For more information contact Ms Renoo Zaiwalla on 020 8944 1303
Merton Borough Liberal Democrats
c/o 35 Linkway
SW20 9AT
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Merton Liberal Democrats want vibrant local communities, where residents can make improvements in their areas. Liberal Democrats seek to build a society based on freedom, fairness and trust.

For more information contact Anthony Fairclough at the address listed to the left.
Merton Centre for Independent Living (CIL)
Wandle Valley Resource Centre
Mitcham
CR4 3BE
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Aims to promote the independence of disabled and deaf people in Merton; Challenge discrimination facing disabled and deaf people in Merton. Merton CiL offers information and advice; peer support; volunteering opportunities; responding to campaigns and consultations; debates and events; advocacy; disability equality training.

For more information contact Lyla Adwan-Kamara on 07449 362233
Merton Centre for Independent Living (CIL)
Wandle Valley Resource Centre
Mitcham
CR4 3BE
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Aims to promote the independence of disabled and deaf people in Merton; Challenge discrimination facing disabled and deaf people in Merton. Merton CiL offers information and advice; peer support; volunteering opportunities; responding to campaigns and consultations; debates and events; advocacy; disability equality training.

For more information contact Lyla Adwan-Kamara on 07449 362233
Merton Chamber of Commerce
The Generator Business Centre
CR4 3FH
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Merton Chamber of Commerce is a limited company and non-profit making organisation which was set up in 1992. Our overall objective is to protect and develop the interests of the business community based in the London Borough of Merton. Merton Chamber of Commerce also works in close partnership with MVSC to develop relationships between local businesses and the local voluntary, community and faith organisations in Merton.

For more information contact Diana Sterck at the address listed to the left.
Merton Community Transport
Wandle Valley Resource Centre
Mitcham
CR4 3BE
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Merton Community Transport (MCT) is a local charity providing innovative, flexible and accessible transport solutions to affiliated organisations and individuals in Merton and surrounding districts. MCT provides affordable transport services, helping to achieve social change in our community. MCT is about freedom and fairness of opportunity. It provides an essential, responsive service for a wide range of people - often the most vulnerable in society. These are people who cannot use or do not have access to cars, taxis or bus services and who depend on MCT to get the services and the social activities they require.

For more information contact Fitzroy Dawson at the address listed to the left.
Merton Conservative Association
1 Summerstown
SW17 0BQ
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Campaigning on local and national issues, and securing the election of Conservative representatives to all levels of government. Local membership and fund-raising provide sole support for campaigning work.

For more information contact Liz Smith at the address listed to the left.
Merton Deanery - Church of England
85a Toynbee Road
SW20 8SJ
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Merton deanery (consisting of 18 benefices, 18 parishes and 25 Churches) has some of the richest and the poorest parishes within its boundaries. The deanery includes such diverse areas as Colliers Wood, Merton, Mitcham, Morden, Motspur Park, Pollards Hill, Raynes Park, South Wimbledon, West Wimbledon, Wimbledon and Wimbledon Park. The Anglican Deanery represents the Church of England parishes in the Borough of Merton. Each parish has its own Church to be a focus for worshipping God, and often organising social events and outreach in the community.

For more information contact Rev. Bruce Rickards on 020 8540 4150
Merton Employment Team for People with Learning Disabilities
Civic Centre
SM4 5DX
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Merton Employment team offers a service with specialist advisers to deliver support and guidance towards paid employment for Merton adults with a learning disability.
Employment is an important issue to most adults - with or without a disability. Our experience is that with the right level of support, many learning disabled adults excel in and sustain work of all descriptions.

For more information contact Clive Duke on 020 8274 5735
Merton Family Services Directory (LBM)
10th floor, Civic Centre
SM4 5DX
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A free comprehensive on-line guide to services for children, young people, parents,
carers and practitioners across Merton. Search for things to do, family advice, help and support, childcare and education, resources for professionals and practitioners and much more. Includes activities and services for families with children with additional needs

For more information contact the organisation, at the address listed to the left.

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