Archive for the ‘Cuddington Park Close’ Category

Violets in South Cheam

by Mary Burstow on 14 March, 2014

One of the things I love about South Cheam at this time of year, is the number of Violets you spot growing in the verges and in peoples front gardens.  They are a delight to behold.  I was especially pleased to see the white violets in Cuddington Way.  I do wonder if someone planted them […]

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Grumpy Ward Councillor Time!

by Mary Burstow on 4 December, 2011

Having reported some very manky looking signs along the Banstead Road, almost three months ago and been promised faithfully that they would be removed, I was rather annoyed to see that signs are still there! I have sent a chase up letter to the Council, asking when they are scheduled for removal.  They really do […]

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Cheam’s Sheep need your help

by Mary Burstow on 20 November, 2011

Cheam has a small flock of sheep, as part of Cuddington Meadow.  Their job is to munch the plants which has grown so much in the summer and ensure the new plants will come back again next spring.  Whilst the sheep can withstand the harsh winter conditions, they still need someone to check on them […]

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