Archive for the ‘Peaches Close’ Category

Cheam Cricket Club Open Day

by Mary Burstow on 16 April, 2015

  Cheam Cricket Club are holding an open day on Sunday 18th April, 11am till 2pm Peaches Close Station Way Cheam Surrey SM2 7BJ Cheam Cricket Club invites all budding cricketers, young and old, girls and boys, ladies and gentlemen, aged 6 upwards to our 2015 open day event. No formal cricket attire required, just […]

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Cheam Cricket Club celebrate 150 years

by Mary Burstow on 31 July, 2014

On Sunday afternoon, Paul and I visited Cheam Cricket Club, to watch them play Surrey Old Masters.  It was a wonderfully mellow Sunday afternoon, watching a game of cricket. The origins of cricket at Cheam date back to 1864 when a group of local parishioners started playing in the local meadows. In 1875, 5 acres […]

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Cheam Cricket Club to play Surrey Masters

by Mary Burstow on 23 July, 2014

Cheam Cricket Club has secured, at short notice, a high octane 20/20 game on Sunday 27 July with Surrey Masters in recognition of their 150th anniversary. Surrey Masters comprises ex Surrey county cricketers of high renown such as Martin Bicknell and Cheams own alumni, Ali Brown. There is to be a Pre match reception to […]

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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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Broken Street Light

by Mary Burstow on 20 May, 2014

A resident told me about a street light in Peaches Close, which was permanently on.  I have reported this to Sutton Council, who said they would come out and fix it within 5 days.

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