Crowd-funding appeal seeks to resurrect Rosehill Traders Market

Sutton residents are being invited to help to re-establish the once-popular traders’ market in Rosehill by getting involved in a crowd-funding project with a target of just over £25,000.

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Sutton’s Lib Dem council may issue body cameras to lollipop staff

Sutton Council is considering issuing body cameras to its lollipop staff following a number of “drive-through” incidents and verbal abuse from drivers at school crossings across the borough. Lollipop staff working near schools in Sutton, Worcester Park and Hackbridge have reported incidents.

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Fond memories of Sutton

Memories of living in Sutton are shared in a video just released by Sutton Council to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the borough’s creation in 1965.   The six-minute film shows interviews with five long-time borough residents.

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Sutton to host cycling summit with London Mayor’s cycling commissioner

Sutton Council is to hold a cycling summit with the Mayor of London’s Cycling Commissioner Andrew Gilligan as part of the council’s programme to improve cycling provision and encourage cycling in the borough.

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Lib Dem leadership contenders wind up their campaign in Sutton

The two candidates for the Liberal Democrat leadership, Tim Farron and Norman Lamb, wound up their gruelling country-wide campaign meeting party members in Sutton on Saturday (11 July).  Every Lib Dem party member has a vote, and the poll for the new leader to replace Nick Clegg will close next W...

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Sutton athletes go for gold at London Youth Games

Sutton athletes chalked up some notable performances in the finals weekend at the Balfour Beatty London Youth Games at Crystal Palace on 4 and 5 July.  Around 150 competitors from Sutton aged between nine and 17 took part in a range of sports at the finals weekend.  They joined thousands of other...

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Travellers move from Roundshaw Park following pressure from Sutton Council and police

Around 300 travellers have left Roundshaw Park after a three-week operation by Sutton Council and the police to evict them.  This follows a catalogue of anti-social behaviour which has caused considerable nuisance to neighbours and to the council. 

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