South Wimbledon Is Open For Business

Council encourages residents to support local businesses affected by recent flooding


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From left: Councillor Katy Neep, Tamim Ahmed, manager of Bond Dry Cleaners and Councillor Abby Jones on Kingston Road.

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Merton Council Leader Councillor Stephen Alambritis, alongside Councillors Andrew Judge, Katy Neep and Abby Jones, have been out encouraging people to use their local shops, many of which were badly affected when a water main burst on July 3.

Thousands of homes and businesses were without water while repairs were carried out, but the road re-opened on July 11.

The local councillors have recently been distributing letters to businesses and residents offering help and support in the wake of the flooding.

Councillor Alambritis said: “We are proud to support local businesses in the borough and we want to continue to encourage residents to use their local shops.

“A lot of people were badly affected by the flooding, including businesses in the Kingston Road area of south Wimbledon.

“By shopping locally, residents can help keep them afloat. We want to let people know that south Wimbledon is still open for business.”

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July 15, 2016

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Open for business: From left: Councillor Katy Neep, Neil Van-Ristell, Councillor Abby Jones and Raj Mdyall from the Cutting Lounge