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An Amazing Day at Cheam Charter Fair

by Mary Burstow on 18 May, 2014 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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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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Love Lane Job Done

by Mary Burstow on 1 November, 2011

I am so pleased that after a spot of chasing, the problem of miss leading road signs in Love Lane and Church Farm lane has now been solved.  The signs have now been moved and hopefully it is much clearer where the two roads are.  Parcels will no longer be miss delivered and Taxi drivers […]

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The Love Lane Road Sign Saga

by Mary Burstow on 9 October, 2011

When I first became a councillor, residents in Love Lane contacted me, to see if the Road signs in Love Lane, Cheam could be made much clearer.  People thought Church Farm Lane was actually Love Lane. The bad news is that when the council finanally replaced it, they the new sign in exactly the same […]

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