Speach to Full Council, on the work in Nonsuch Park

by Mary Burstow on 20 July, 2015

On Monday, I did a speach to Full Council, of the work in Nonsuch Park by Nonsuch Voles and Future Woodlands. I feel very proud of what Nonsuch Park has done, as it’s contibution to creating a more sustainable Sutton. Nonsuch Park is jointly owned and managed by Sutton and Epsom Councils. Much of the […]

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At Mondays Full Council meeting, I asked Cllr Jill Whitehead, what the impact would be on Cheam Village of Whitehall receiving the £1.5million Heritage Lottery Fund bid.  Cllr Whitehead said: It is wonderful news we’ve succeeded in bringing yet more HLF investment into the Borough, this time for Whitehall in Cheam.  We already know that […]

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Fantastic news for Whitehall

by Mary Burstow on 9 July, 2015

Fantastic news!  Whitehall has secured a £1.5m grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.  This is good news not only for Whitehall, but also Cheam High Street.  The work to the building will bring in many more visitors to Whitehall, to explore the house and find out more about local history. The press release reads: A […]

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Attempted abduction of teenager in Parkside

by Mary Burstow on 29 June, 2015

Police are appealing for information after a man attempted to grab a 16-year-old girl by the arm and pull her into a car in Parkside, Cheam on Friday, 26 June between 13:50-14:03hrs. The girl was walking towards The Broadway when a man approached. He tried to grab her arm and pull her towards a black […]

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Concern over the Old Stable Block in Cheam Park

by Mary Burstow on 19 June, 2015

As there have already been a Forum open up about The Old Stable Block in Streetwise, I thought residents would like an update on where we are with the Old Stable Block. The Old Stable Block was first pointed out to me, when I first became a Councillor 5 years ago. My first reaction when […]

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Shakespeare in Nonsuch Park

by Mary Burstow on 16 June, 2015

Tickets are now on sale for Mayhem’s fabulous new production of the Shakespeare classic, As You Like It.  You can buy the tickets on line at: www.ticketsource.co.uk/mmtc, and select your tickets. For those not familiar with this particular Shakespeare comedy, As You Like It has all the hallmarks of a classic Shakespeare comedy featuring an array of fantastic […]

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Free Compost Bins to Sutton Residents

by Mary Burstow on 16 June, 2015

Sutton Council are giving away FREE Compost Bin/s to avoid waste and encourage home composting. Choice of 220 litres or 330 litres. You can even order two bins and just pay one off £5 delivery charge per order. To order your free home compost bin go to http://www.getcomposting.com/, enter your postcode and follow the instructions. […]

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Congratulations Steve Cook

by Mary Burstow on 14 June, 2015

Congratulations to Steve Cook, the newly elected Liberal Democrat Councillor for  Wallington South.  He will be joining Wallington Souths other ward Councillors,  Muhammad Sadiq and Jayne McKoy Steve has lived in Wallington for 35 years, ran a prestigious sound and post production business in the film industry based in London and also Los Angeles, and […]

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FREE Cardio Tennis

by Mary Burstow on 12 June, 2015

Cardio Tennis Sutton Churches Tennis Club have another FREE 5 weeks of Cardio Tennis for newbies again after all the places were taken for the sessions which have just finished. So if you haven`t tried Cardio Tennis before and you want to have a go then this is a great opportunity! ALL fitness abilities and […]

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Cheam Rotary to host a Tea Party

by Mary Burstow on 11 June, 2015

  Take tea at 3 with Cheam Rotary on Sunday 14 June and join a nationwide celebration to mark the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta On Sunday 14 June at 3pm, to mark the 800th anniversary of the sealing of Magna Carta (15 June 1215), the clink of teacups will be heard as communities across […]

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