Archive for the ‘Gander Green Lane’ Category

New Speed Cameras on A217

by Mary Burstow on 20 January, 2015

There are now three speed cameras on the A217, covering Olfields Road, St Dunstans Hill and Belmont Rise, which have all been upgraded to digital cameras. This means they will operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you are caught speeding, you are automatically sent a speeding ticket. The cameras are located […]

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JA Autos, a Sutton Business Excellence Awards Finalist

by Mary Burstow on 8 January, 2015

I was rather chuffed to see that a local Cheam firm was a finalist in the Sutton Business Excellence Awards: http://www.suttonbusinessawards.com/Finalists JA Autos are a family run car dealership on St Dunstans Hill, near the Gander Inn Pub.  They have been there for over 10 years, creating a reputation for excelence. When I popped into see […]

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Tots Tennis and Friday Girls Tennis

by Mary Burstow on 1 November, 2014

Whilst this is not the ideal time of year to start playing tennis with regards to the weather (although until today, it has still been pretty sunny!) It is definitely great value!!Sutton Churches Tennis Club, has junior tennis for all ages and abilities starting again after half-term so get in touch if you have a […]

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New speed camera installed on St Dunstans Hill

by Mary Burstow on 30 August, 2014

I recently received this email from Transport for London We are writing to you to let you know that we are implementing a Safety Camera Replacement Programme across the capital to update and improve TfL’s safety camera network in London.  This means we are replacing all speed and red light cameras which are nearing the […]

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Whitehall are holding a fascinating exhibition, showing what Cheam was like at the outbreak of World War 1.  It really was a sleepy village, where little happened.  It is well worth a visit, just to see the photos and look at copies of the Sutton Advertiser (Hurumph – even then it was reporting more news […]

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This year there is LOADS going on in the Summer Holidays for Juniors at Sutton Churches Tennis Club in Gander Green Lane, so plenty to keep them busy. All Juniors must be members in order to do any of the below but Junior Summer Holiday membership can be bought for just £10!! http://www.clubtennis.co.ukSummer Holiday Coaching Courses. […]

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Sutton United to play Chelsea Under 21

by Mary Burstow on 6 July, 2014

The big match is nearly here. The friendly against Chelsea’s Under 21 side, which takes place on Saturday 12 July, kick off 3pm. The ground has had a major facelift and the pitch has been laser leveled, reseeded and looks magnificent. The ground has been remodelled, all ready for the visit of Chelsea U-21s, who […]

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Sutton United – United with the Sutton Community

by Mary Burstow on 10 June, 2014

I had a really good visit to Sutton United last week to find out more about what they are doing in the communinity. Like so many other people, they left me blown away by just what they are doing. http://www.suttonunited.net/ There is the football, but there is just so much more that they are doing. […]

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Sutton United to Play Chelsea’s Under 21 side

by Mary Burstow on 10 June, 2014

Sutton United will host a home friendly against Chelsea’s Under-21 side at Gander Green Lane on Saturday 12 July, kick off 3pm. It will be the summer’s first friendly for the Chelsea team, who won the Under-21 Premier League last season, finishing two points clear of Liverpool, while the Under 18s won the FA Youth […]

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A constituent has contacted me regarding the following planning application Demolition of existing building and erection of a two storey building with roof accommodation for use as a showroom with ancillary facilities together with eight car parking spaces Whilst I have no problem with the building being demolished, I would be interested to hear peoples […]

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