Archive for the ‘Park Road’ Category

Cheam Charter Fair

by Mary Burstow on 12 May, 2015

Cheam Charter Fair was held on Saturday in Park Road.  The sun shone, the crowds came and Cheam felt like a true village.  Thank you to everyone who helped make this event such a success, especially the residents of Park Road. It was lovely to see so many new stalls.  Cheam British Legion were here, […]

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Cheam Charter Fair

by Mary Burstow on 7 April, 2015

Planning for the 2015 Cheam Charter Fair is now well underway.  The event will be on Saturday 16th May and will start with the children of St Dunstans School reading out the Charter.  The Church Bells of St Dunstans Church will then ring out the fair. As a Councillor, I am involved in the planning […]

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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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Crime in Cheam

by Mary Burstow on 29 June, 2014

I have just received the following updates from Cheam Safer Neighbourhood Police Team. – we are investigating a report of a man assaulting a number of members of the public near The Railway pub, Station Way on Monday, 9 June at around 16:15hrs   – we have received reports of domestic incidents in Peaches Close […]

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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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Keeping the Official Cheam Charter Day

by Mary Burstow on 15 May, 2014

Today is officially Cheam Charter Fair Day.  In order to full fill the Charter, which says a market must be held in Park Road on May 15th, residents have put up stalls outside Cheam Baptist Church in Park Road and outside Whitehall.

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Thank You Red Lion Cheam

by Mary Burstow on 6 May, 2014

Many thanks to the Red Lion in Park Road, Cheam for this amazing sign, helping to promote the fair.  The Pub do a very good line in Bacon Butties and Sausage Rolls on Charter Fair day.

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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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Cheam Charter Fair

by Mary Burstow on 17 January, 2014

This years Cheam Charter Fair will be on Saturday 17th May, in Park Road Cheam. The fair has been a great success in the last two years, attracting 100’s of local people. This year is St Dunstans Churches 150th anniversary of the current building.  I fully expect they will be celebrating in style that weekend.  If […]

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