Archive for the ‘Love Lane’ Category

New Double Yellow Lines for Tudor Close

by Mary Burstow on 5 July, 2014

Tudor Close is just one of a number of roads in Cheam which have had their double yellow lines repainted, in the last month.  I have also spotted Park Road and Love Lane have been repainted.  I suspect Sutton Council quite deliberately waited until after the Council Elections to do this.  They knew that as […]

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St Dunstans Hill is litter free

by Mary Burstow on 1 July, 2014

Many thanks so Sutton Councils street cleansing team, for doing such a good job picking up the litter along St Dunstans Hill by Spring Close Park, then going down the hill to Church Hill road.  It was beginning to look dreadful.  Most of it come from passers by, just dropping litter.  So far as I […]

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An Amazing Day at Cheam Charter Fair

by Mary Burstow on 18 May, 2014

http://www.tashastearoom.co.uk/ Yesterday was Cheam Charter Fair Day.  What an amazing day it was.  70 Stalls, hundreds of people, beautiful sunshine and a warm happy atmosphere.  The fair has become a very good place for local charities, cubs, scouts and guides, new start up businesses and local traders to promote themselves and raise money.  It is […]

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Tidying up after Cheam Charter Fair

by Mary Burstow on 18 May, 2014

We have been running a revived Cheam Charter Fair on a Saturday for 3 years.  It always starts at 9:00 when St Dunstans School reads out the Charter and dances to Greensleeves.  But what really surprises me is how the fair always just winds down at around 1:00.  By 2:00 the crowds have melted away, […]

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Walking down Love Lane in Cheam Village, in the Spring sunshine, is a real treat, it is full of Celandine.  Well worth a detour!!

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The Dragons Teeth need a filling

by Mary Burstow on 27 January, 2014

I noticed that some of the Dragons Teeth in Park Lane are looking incredibly cracked.  These have now been reported to Sutton Council and they will be replaced.  I was told: The site has been surveyed and six slabs will need replacing.  Unfortunately the paving is now only available in grey.  A bit like the […]

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Dead Fox removed from St Dunstans Hill

by Mary Burstow on 9 September, 2013

I spotted a very dead fox on the A217, St Dunstans Hill on Saturday and immediatly reported it to Sutton Council.  I doubt I was the only person to contact the council, on this matter.  I am very pleased to report that by Sunday it had been removed, so thank you to the Council Officers who […]

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Removing the Fence in Seears Park

by Mary Burstow on 24 June, 2013

I am so pleased that my colleagues in Sutton West, Cllr Simon Wales, Cllr Wendy Matthys and Cllr Myfanwy Wallace asked to have the fence in Seears Park taken down.  It separated the Love Lane Alleyway from the Park.  However this chain link fence was in poor condition and an attraction for litter, which always […]

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Preparations for Cheam Charter Fair

by Mary Burstow on 22 May, 2013

Preparations for Cheam Charter Fair began weeks ago, but it all started to come together on the Friday, when I saw local people had already chalked up their pitches. Sutton Council had arrange the road closure of Park Road and supplied the Road Closure signs and cones.  They had also dropped the bollards from Cheam […]

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Setting up Cheam Charter Fair on Saturday

by Mary Burstow on 22 May, 2013

  On Saturday, by the time I came down to Park Road at 7:30am  to help set up Cheam Charter Fair, preparations were well underway.  The Traffic Police had closed off Park Road and were controlling cars coming in.  As Parking is suspended in Park Road for that day, they were also contacting drivers who had […]

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