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Nonsuch High School and Wallington Girls are discussing merging the two schools, to form an Multi Academy Trust, with staff and parents now entering a five week consultation period. The two schools have said their governing bodies have been “evaluating the possibilities and potential advantages” of merging for some time and that they see themselves […]

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Nonsuch Dome – Victory for local residents

by Mary Burstow on 4 December, 2014

Epsom Town planners have turned down the planning application by Nonsuch High School for a Sports Dome, Pavilion, Football pitch and running track. This evening was decision day for the Nonsuch Dome planning application at Epsom Town Hall. The public gallery was packed with local Cheam residents concerned about the planning application and its impact […]

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Nonsuch Dome, the latest

by Mary Burstow on 2 December, 2014

The Nonsuch Dome planning application will be heard at Epsom Town Hall on Thursday 4th December, at a meeting due to start at 7:30pm. The Epsom Planning Councillors, who sit on the committee, visited the site on Saturday.  They were greeted by: Car parks in Nonsuch Park and Nonsuch High School which were full to […]

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Nonsuch Dome Planning Application

by Mary Burstow on 25 November, 2014

The Nonsuch High School, Sports Centre and Dome Planning Application will be heard by Epsom and Ewell Council on Thursday 4th December.  It will start at 7:30pm. As soon as I have further details, I will post them on the blog.   As a Cheam Ward Councillor, I have consistently opposed this planning application. […]

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Well Done Nonsuch High School

by Mary Burstow on 24 November, 2014

I was so pleased to hear this story about School Girls from Nonsuch High School, I thought it was worth passing it on. “I was on the X26 today and at the bus stop in Cheam (outside Camerons Hairdressers) a very big group of Nonsuch High School girls got on. “An elderly gentleman sat next […]

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NCS – The Challenge

by Mary Burstow on 24 October, 2014

Secondary Schools across Sutton have signed up for National Citizen Service.  My son did it over the summer holidays and loved every moment of it.  Though I must admit, I felt a bit like one of those mums in the Persil Ad, when he came home with some very grubby clothes!  We are asked to […]

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Nonsuch High School Dome Planning Application

by Mary Burstow on 23 October, 2014

I have just received the following information from Epsom and Ewell Council, regarding the Nonsuch High School application for a Dome and Athletics track. Please note that planning application 14/0044/FUL – Sports Dome at Nonsuch High School will NOT be heard at the Epsom and Ewell Borough Council Planning Committee on 6 November 2014. The […]

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Indy meets his fans at Nonsuch High School

by Mary Burstow on 5 October, 2014

There are times when Councillors really should know their place.  On Friday I met with some Year 7 pupils from Nonsuch High School,  in Cheam Park to discuss local issues.  They asked me some searching questions and asked even better follow up questions.  We discussed the cuts to services the council was consulting on, car […]

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Nonsuch Dome Planning decision delayed

by Mary Burstow on 28 September, 2014

I was very pleased to receive the following message from Epsom and Ewell Council, regarding Nonsuch Schools Planning application for a Dome and Sports Centre: “The application has been delayed as the applicant is undertaking additional surveys to support the proposal. These are an additional bat survey and additional Transport information. The applicant has agreed […]

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I have now submitted my objection to the Nonsuch High School Sports Centre application.  I have done this in my capacity as Chair of the Nonsuch Park Joint Management Committee.  I have submitted a second objection, together with Cllr Graham Witham and Cllr Holly Ramsey as Cheam Ward Councillors.  The letter is shown below – […]

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