The volunteers who contribute to Sutton’s community life

More than 50,000 people in Sutton - a quarter of the borough’s population - undertake some voluntary work each year.  And more of Sutton’s young people than ever before are turning to volunteering, both to give something back to the community and to learn new skills and to gain practical experience they need to help secure a job.

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Sutton Council urges parents to vaccinate their children

Liberal Democrat Sutton Council is urging residents to ensure that they or their children have been vaccinated against measles.

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Sutton expands dementia care service after improved quality of care and support for families and carers

Sutton’s specialist dementia nursing service has been expanded after it was found to improve care for people with dementia and provide increased support for carers.

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Sutton’s new Mayor names his chosen charities

Cllr Richard Clifton has been appointed the new Mayor of Sutton.

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Clean Streets Sutton makes good progress

Over 100 businesses and organisations have signed up to Sutton Council’s Clean Streets Sutton business pledge in just two months.

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Lib Dem Sutton the first UK borough to run mental health awareness scheme for pubs and clubs

Eighteen pubs and clubs around Sutton have signed up to an innovative project to promote mental health awareness among their staff.

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If you go down to the woods today, watch out for oak processionary moths, advises Sutton Council

Sutton’s Liberal Democrat Council has advised residents visiting the borough’s parks and woods to be on the lookout for a moth caterpillar which can cause an unpleasant allergic reaction.

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Tom Brake leads biggest cross-party campaigning in UK history

Members, supporters and volunteers from different political parties joined together in Sutton at the weekend to press the case for Britain remaining in the European Union. 

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Thousands of responses to Sutton 2031 consultation

More than 4,900 representations were made by borough residents and stakeholders to Sutton Council’s major consultation into the development and growth of the borough over the next 15 years.

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Tom Brake MP presents petition against the Housing Bill

The Lib Dem Member for Carshalton and Wallington, Tom Brake, took advantage of a rare opportunity to speak in Parliament to slam the Housing and Planning Bill currently being considered by Parliament.   His chance came when he submitted a petition signed by Sutton residents calling on the Government to stop the unfair Bill.

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