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WESTCROFT CLOSES FOR REVAMP

by Sunita Gordon on 19 October, 2011

Westcroft Leisure Centre is set to close its doors on Sunday 23October 2011 to undergo a major revamp to make it fit for the 21st century and become our legacy for the Olympics. The building in Carshalton will reopen for business in just over a year’s time, with users directed to other leisure centres across […]

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Beware these doorstep callers

by Sunita Gordon on 19 October, 2011

There have been a number of incidents across the borough where two white males both with Irish accents have been trying to obtain money by deception. They are knocking at front doors and using various false stories to obtain money. Examples of this are “I have lost my wallet and need money to get home”, […]

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Reporting Crime

by Sunita Gordon on 10 August, 2011

  In Sutton you can call 101 to report a crime that has already happened, seek crime prevention advice or make the police aware of any issues in your local area. Using 101 for situations that do not require an immediate police response helps keep 999 available for when there is an emergency.  An emergency […]

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SUTTON HELPING TO GET LONDON READING

by Sunita Gordon on 18 June, 2011

Sutton has become the first council in the UK to sign up to the Evening Standard’s Get London Reading campaign which is being run in partnership with Volunteer Reading Help (VRH), which aims to tackle illiteracy by encouraging volunteers to go into London’s schools to provide one-on-one reading support for struggling pupils. To find out more and […]

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2011 Census

by Sunita Gordon on 20 March, 2011

Census questionnaires will be going out by Royal Mail to all households throughout March. From 6th April Census Collectors will be visiting households from whom we have not had a response. In order to maximise the return of Census forms I would very much welcome the opportunity to provide information to resident groups. There are a number […]

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Books DVD’s etc needed

by Sunita Gordon on 16 March, 2011

If you have any books DVD’s computer games etc that you no longer need, please donate them for the Liberal Democrat book stand, which is situated in Sutton High Street or call Michael Baldwin on 020 8642 1274 for further information.

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Butter Hill Traffic Residents Working Group

by Sunita Gordon on 10 March, 2011

The resident’s working party steering group meet on 1st March at 7pm in Holly Trinity Church, Wallington, to discuss the practical outcomes for Butter Hill, traffic issues. The meeting was well attended ideas and issues were freely discussed. After a good debate there was a consensus that safe and easy access for both pedestrians and vehicular […]

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This session will be on Wednesday March 9, from 7 – 9 pm, at the Life Centre (http://www.sutton.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=11378). As part of the Council’s Smarter Services Sutton transformation programme, we are looking at how we can make £1.01m of savings by changing the way we provide the Street Cleaning service.  We are reviewing the following:  ·         […]

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Waste Maters

by Sunita Gordon on 13 February, 2011

Come and have your say at the Beddington and Wallington local committee meeting on 15 March, venue Bandon Hill Primary School, meeting starts at 6pm, click on the link for more information – Help us improve our waste and recycling collection service

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Wallington High Street improvements starting soon

by Sunita Gordon on 5 February, 2011

The Wallington Integrated Transport Package (WIPT), engaged the local community in the development of the improvements to the high street. It started with an informal consultation with a range of residents, local businesses and visitors asking them what they liked and disliked about Wallington and what improvements could be made to encourage them to use […]

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