500 residents say 'No' to 463 bus route changes

Tom Brake and local Cllr. Marian Radford were presented with a 500+ signature petition by local campaigner Matt Peake on Friday at Tom's constituency office. The petitioners are against possible changes to route 463.

TfL are proposing to alter the route south of Beddington so that it runs via Maldon Road, Montagu Gardens and Demesne Road (instead of along Croydon Road).

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Tom Brake and local Councillors petition to restore Jubilee Gardens

Wallington South ward Councillors, Steve Cook, Jayne McCoy and Muhammad Sadiq and Tom Brake MP are campaigning together to press the Jubilee Health Centre GP Practices in Shotfield, Wallington to carry out their obligation to landscape the Jubilee Gardens in Wallington. Steve, Jayne, Muhammad and Tom have collected over 136 signatures from local residents who support their campaign.

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Sutton Council’s new online community to help shape the borough

Sutton’s Liberal Democrat council has launched an innovative online community website which will allow residents to sign up and help shape public campaigns.

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Sutton Lib Dems call for urgent action on refugee crisis

Sutton’s Liberal Democrat leaders are calling for urgent action in support of Syrian refugees fleeing from the disastrous humanitarian crisis in the Middle East.  

Liberal Democrat Leader of Sutton Council, Ruth Dombey, has mobilised the resources of Sutton Council to prepare its support in case the government changes its rigid stance on accepting more refugees. 

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Bonanza for book readers at Environmental Fair

Volunteer organisers of the popular Focus bookstall run by Sutton Liberal Democrats are preparing for their biggest event of the year on Monday 31 August at the Sutton Environmental Fair at Carshalton Park.

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Sutton GCSE students celebrate their success

Pupils from schools across the London Borough of Sutton have again achieved some of the best results in the country with their GCSE results just announced.

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Sharp drop in anti-social behaviour in Sutton borough

There’s been a significant drop in the number of reported incidents of anti-social behaviour in Sutton borough in the first half of 2015 - thanks to the combined efforts of a number of the borough’s major partner agencies. 

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Sutton students celebrate their tremendous A-Level achievements

Sutton Council is congratulating pupils and staff in schools across the borough as they celebrate this year’s outstanding A-Level results.

Sutton schools have again maintained and improved their high performance in the examinations, with results consistently above the UK average.

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Tea with a slice of technology at Sutton Digital Tea Party

Older Sutton borough residents wanting to keep in touch with friends and families through the internet and other digital tools were given a helping hand recently, thanks to Sutton Council and Age UK Sutton. 

The two organisations hosted a Digital Tea Party for residents to help them get updated with the latest digital trends.

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People’s Kitchen project finds recipe for success

Around 600 people have been taught how to create healthy meals with fresh ingredients through a series of Sutton Council-funded roadshows.

The People’s Kitchen, run by the Sutton Community Farm on behalf of the Liberal Democrat-led council, emphasised the importance of eating fresh food to 650 people with 590 of them actually taking part in cooking lessons.

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