Archive for the ‘Cheam Road’ Category

Accident on St Dunstans Hill/Cheam Road Crossroad

by Mary Burstow on 10 July, 2014

On Tuesday afternoon, there was another accident on St Dunstans Hill / Cheam Road Crossroads.  I haven’t a clue what the details are, just that there was one enormous tail back into Cheam Village. It is not the first time there has been an accident there.  It does appear to be something of a hot […]

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An Update on the Farmer Memorial

by Mary Burstow on 30 September, 2013

Officers have been keeping me up to date on the what is happening with regard the Farmer Memorial, which was so badly knocked over at the end of August, by a careless driver. The monument is now in secure storage and the long task of restoring and reinstating it begins. As this is a Grade […]

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Grass Cutting needed in Cheam Village

by Mary Burstow on 26 June, 2013

I am all for beautiful wavy meadow grass in our Parkland and along the verge of the A217.  However it is a bit much, when it is in Cheam Village! The grass at the Cross roads is just down right scruffy.   I know the original reason for the delay was that they wanted to let […]

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Poor Road Surface on Cheam Road

by Mary Burstow on 20 April, 2013

I am very pleased to see that TFL are taking action, after a Utility Company left part of Cheam Road, in a dreadful condition. It is only four months ago that Cheam Road was resurfaced.  A month later a Utility Company dug up part of it, outside number 160 and clearly thought they could put […]

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Marsden March

by Mary Burstow on 18 March, 2013

Sunday saw a steady trickle of hundreds of volunteers, walking through Cheam, in aid of the Royal Marsden Hospital.  They were walking from Royal Marsden Chelsea to Royal Marsden in Belmont.  It was an amazing site to see so many people walk past.    The weather was dreadful.  It rained off and on all day.  […]

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The Crocus are here – Spring is coming

by Mary Burstow on 18 February, 2013

We are at the time of year, when every sign of spring is greeted with excitement.  First it was the Snowdrops, now it is the Crocus.  These ones were in Cheam Park, but I have also seen some in Nonsuch.  Soon it will be the Daffodils and Jasmin.  Role on Spring!!

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Roadworks on Ewell Road

by Mary Burstow on 28 January, 2013

I have received notice of the following roadworks from Transport for London.  I know this means that residents along this stretch of road, may get a few disrupted nights sleep, for which I appologise in advance.  However I also know this stretch of road, past Nonsuch High School for girls is dreadful.  The area around […]

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Cheam Late Night Shopping

by Mary Burstow on 26 November, 2011

Shops will be opening late on Thursday 1 December in Cheam Village. WhiteHall is open, with Christmas Carols being sung there. Cheam is brilliant for Christmas Shopping.  We have the Sports Shop, At least 3 Gift Shops, 2 Ladies Fashion Shops, Friths Pharmacy and Boots for your Bath Time Smellies, WH Smith for Books.  One […]

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Hedge on St Dunstans Hill – Job Done!

by Mary Burstow on 14 November, 2011

I was so pleased to see that at last Transport for London have managed to finally cut the hedge on St Dunstans Hill, (The A217).  I had first reported the problem back in September, but it has taken them over 2 months to finally get it sorted.  Quite why it has taken them so long […]

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Overhanging Hedge on St Dunstans Hill

by Mary Burstow on 4 November, 2011

I have long been chasing London Streets about the overhanging hedge which runs along the A217, St Dunstans Hill between Sears Park and the Cheam Road junction.  Today I received this rather beauraucratic reply. Dear  Cllr Burstow  Thank you for your further e-mail dated 16 September 2011 regarding the overgrown hedge on the A127 and the attached […]

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