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Carshalton Frost Fair

7405eaaf45c381a81747fa395d0b86d7088dd4d2_1000Carshalton will be welcoming its third annual Frost Fair on Saturday 6th December betwen 1pm and 6pm. The event is organised by The Friends of Honeywood Museum and local charity EcoLocal with lots of local community support. Please help spread the word about this exciting and atmospheric family event.

The 2014 event will use the same layout as last year to allow for more space between stalls and more twinkly lights. We’d like to thank Naturally Thinking for being this year’s Gold Sponsor.

We are looking for a few more volunteers to help with the event on the day. If you would like to help, please contact Tansy on tansy@ecolocal.org.uk

The event start will be signalled by the ringing of All Saint’s Church bells (feel free to pop into their coffee afternoon 2.30 – 6pm on your way to or from the Frost Fair).

Our Frost Fair is a traditional winter event with activities for all of the family set in beautiful grounds next to historic buildings by Carshalton Ponds. Outside Honeywood Museum, along Festival walk and in the nearby Memorial Gardens there will be a varied range of Farmers’ Market and Craft stalls offering tasty supplies and treats and unique wonderful gift ideas.

As it gets darker, the area will be lit with twinkling fairy lights and there will be the smell of hot food & hog roast in the air. We’ll have choirs, a brass band, clog & morris dancing, live folk and popular music and entertainment of various types with a seasonal feel. We’ll have a bar and hot drinks.

Inside Honeywood Museum look for traditional story telling with puppets, Punch and Judy shows and a Father Christmas’ Grotto in the magic of the refurbished ‘childhood room’ surrounded by toys from a bygone era.

The Friends of the Ecology Centre are running their Christmas Fair and Winter Wonderland Trail alongside the Frost Fair. This will include hand-crafted gifts, teas, coffees and homemade cake. The Winter Wonderland Trail offers the chance to explore the delights of the award winning Ecology Centre.
13:00 to 18:00, 06 December 2014
Honeywood Walk, Carshalton

Sutton primary school place crisis bites

Children have been left without a place at a primary school as the borough’s education crisis begins to bite.

Sutton is facing unprecedented pressure on places in schools and for the first time six children hoping to start primary school in September have been left without a place.

Hills familyThose families now face an anxious wait to see if they will be placed at 16 vacant spaces currently at Sutton primaries likely to be a considerable distance from their homes.

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Sutton war memorials to be renovated ahead of First World War centenary

Carshalton Memorial

A specialist contractor is to start work restoring the borough’s war memorials this month ahead of the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War later this year.

Sutton Council has commissioned work to renovate the memorials in Honeywood Walk in Carshalton, Wallington Green, Malden Road in Cheam, Manor Park in Sutton, St Philip’s Church in Worcester Park and the Belmont War memorial in Queens Road.

The work will be completed by mid-June in time for a programme of events to mark 100 years since the outbreak of the First World War.
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Breaking News on St Helier

st helierI wanted you to be the first to know that the planned public consultation into the proposals to close the A&E, maternity and children’s hospital at St Helier will not go ahead.

This follows the decision by Surrey GPs to pull out of the Better Services Better Value review and just days after I teamed up with Paul Burstow and Sutton Council to organise a ballot of GPs in Sutton.

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Event: Mum2mum market Baby/children NEARLY NEW SALE Wallington & Sutton

Little Ones Nearly New Baby Sale

nearly new saleMum2mum market is a pop up market of nearly new baby, kids and maternity goods in various locations within the Sutton Borough, where mums sell to mums. We bring together mums with lightly used baby and children’s goods and mums looking for pre-loved quality brands at a fraction of the high street price.

We have regular monthly sales- see website for details or join us on our Facebook Page

Top quality Children’s goods

BUY top quality pre-loved baby and children’s goods at a fraction of the high street price- all great brands in top condition. At a mum2mum market you can find a huge variety of baby and children’s goods – just about everything imaginable for babies and children aged 0 to 6 Entry is £2 on the door or 2 for 1 voucher on website…everyone welcome. (children are free)

SELL your outgrown baby and kids stuff to other mums and keep 100% of the proceeds.
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Police officer run over in Sutton town centre

PoliceA police officer was run over by a suspected thief trying to make a getaway.

Two PCSOs were called to reports of shoplifting in Sutton town centre just after 12pm today.

It is understood a male PCSO was chasing two women down Sutton High Street when one jumped in a car parked near Farmfoods, off Throwley Way.

She drove into the police officer as he tried to get out of her way while the other woman was arrested at the scene on suspicion of shoplifting.

Soon afterwards a vehicle, believed to have been involved in the incident, was stopped in Sydenham, Lewisham, and the driver arrested on suspicion of GBH and theft.

The PCSO, in his mid-20s, was taken to hospital for an injury to his elbow and a cut head.

Robert Hawkins, from Morden, arrived soon after the incident and said: “He was on the floor. He was just lying there and the paramedics were doing their bit. There was quite a crowd around.”

Source: This is local London

Surrey County Council increases Heritage Farm Rates by 167%

Save Heratige FarmSurrey County Council have apparently raised the Rent at Heritage Farm Nurseries by 167%. There is a ground swell of support in the local community against this increase.

If Heritage farm should close 20 local jobs will be lost putting further strain on the government coffers. You can see the support and join the twitter campaign #saveheritagefarm and a group set up on Facebook.

Avril Clark says

I am totally disgusted and appalled at the treatment of the tenant of Heritage farm Nursery by Surrey County Council.

This local business has become an important part of the local culture and should be supported.

Whilst I appreciate that times are hard and everyone is looking for ways to make cuts and money savings, I cannot understand how a 167% rent increase can be justified when we are still in a recession. The nursery employs 20 people which will now be unemployed and will add to the local jobless numbers. Many people in small and large businesses everywhere are either taking wage cuts or having no increases whatsoever and many are uncertain about their working future. The council should be looking to support this local business with a fantastic reputation not making increases which will result in it’s closure. There is nothing else like Heritage in the local (or even unlocal) area. There is no way this small community business will be able to get the additional sale to cover this hike in charges. Come on and be realistic!

She continues, “There is much support for this local business on Facebook and I suggest everyone has a look to see and also reads every single email you receive on this matter. I thought the council was all about local business and I have to admit I am totally disappointed in this.”

There will be a meeting at the farm Sunday 13th Jan at 2pm of people showing their support.

Mums reject local hospitals in favour of threatened unit at St Helier

st helierMums from across the country are rejecting their local hospitals to give birth at a maternity unit threatened with closure.

A total of 2,811 mums had their babies at St Helier Hospital between January and October last year, including women from Croydon, Kingston, Leatherhead, Wandsworth and Lambeth.

Parents as far a field as Bradford and Southampton have used the maternity services at Epsom ansd St Helier hospitals trust.

Despite this the healthcare review Better Services Better Value (BSBV) said in May last year that it should be the one maternity unit in South West London to close.

BSBV, which also recommended St Helier lose its accident and emergency deparment and has already cost taxpayers £2m, is carrying out its review again to include Epsom Hospital.

The campaign to protect St Helier’s vital services has been stepped up with the leader of the council Ruth Dombey and MPs Tom Brake and Paul Burstow due to meet with health minister Anna Soubry today. (Jan 10)
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Sutton and East Surrey water reservoirs now 100% full

sutton-east-surrey-water-logoReservoir levels in Sutton and East Surrey have returned to healthy levels after the wet end to 2012.

Sutton and East Surrey Water said although last year was acknowledged by the Met Office as the second wettest year on record, within their supply area, 2012 was only the fourth.

The Met Office reported a total rainfall of 1,330mm (52in) nationally during 2012, the firm which supplies areas including Sutton, South Croydon, Ewell and Leatherhead, recorded a total local rainfall of only 1,033mm (40in), which is 22 percent less than the UK total.

The figures indicate the unpredictability and variation of rainfall patterns across the UK.

Mike Hearty, Operations Director of Sutton and East Surrey Water said: ““We have to accept that we live in a drier than average area of the UK, which is one of the reasons why we are more prone to drought concerns than other regions.
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League of Friends of St Helier donates £50K machine for high BP

bpDoctors at St Helier Hospital have been given a new £50,000 weapon in the fight against high blood pressure.

The new state-of-the-art equipment, known as a renal ablation machine, was donated by the hospital’s dedicated charity the League of Friends of St Helier and Sutton hospitals.

The machine uses low-energy radio waves to ‘burn’ away certain nerve endings which can cause high blood pressure.

Renal nerves, which lie in the arteries that supply the kidneys, are vital for regulating blood pressure. High blood pressure can be caused by a fault in the signal sent by these nerves to the brain and the kidneys.

This new procedure works by stopping the faulty signals getting through and involves an incision in the right side of the groin and thin flexible tube being inserted into the renal arteries.

Doctors then pass a metal wire into the artery and apply radio waves to ‘burn’ away the renal nerves lying in the artery wall near each kidney, with no damage to the kidneys.
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Get a little help with your diet for Christmas

Wallington Residents Information has negotiated a great deal with DietAssist to give any Wallington Resident member a whopping £25% discount on this amazing new programme. The programme helps people to stay motivated and stick to their diets easily.

I can highly recommend this programme. It would make a great stocking filler so maybe you’d like to drop a hint.

You need to be a registered member of the Wallington Residents Information site, which is free, to qualify for the discount. You can register at www.wallingtonresidents.info.

This coupon can only be used 25 times so don’t delay if you’d like to take up this offer. To purchase this programme simply go to the DietAssist website and enter the coupon code (in the above coupon) at the point of purchase.

Fire in Court Drive, Carshalton, could have been started by electrical fault

An electrical fault is thought to have caused a fire above a garage in Court Drive, Carshalton, last night.

Firefighters from Wallington and Sutton were able to put out the blaze before it spread to the houses attached to the garage after they were called at around 9.45pm.

A fire service spokesman said: “It was a fire in the roof of the garage at the back of the property. There was quite a lot of smoke out in the street.
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Fallen tree at Waddon causes rail delays

Commuters experienced delays after a tree fell on the line at Waddon station Friday morning.

The Sutton to West Croydon route, on the Southern network, was affected from 6.25am, forcing people to wait up to 20 minutes for their trains.

Although the tree was removed from the track by 7.20am, the morning timetable was affected by the delay.

Tweeter Emily Brown posted to @SouthernRailUK: “08.28 to from Mitcham Eastfields to Sutton. I pay for this service everyday and its extremely unreliable!!”

Meanwhile Katie Prescott, business producer on BBC Radio 4’s today programme, also tweeted about the delays on Southern services.

She said: “@SouthernRailUK would be helpful if you let passengers know what’s going on and if there’s a chance of another train. ‘Delayed’ is unhelpful.”

Southern customers whose journey was delayed by 30 minutes or more can claim a 100 per cent ticket refund by visiting southernrailway.com/your-journey/delay-repay/.

Source : The Surrey Comet

Cyclists to set off from Croydon for 200 mile charity ride

A group of cyclists are to set off for a 200 mile charity ride to Arnhem in the Netherlands.

The 25 cyclists include nine officers and staff from the Metropolitan Police in Croydon and Sutton.

Those in the sadle include Croydon Deputy Borough Commander Superintendent Rob Atkin and Sutton Borough Commander, Chief Superintendent Guy Ferguson.

The pair will be joined by employees from Croydon Council on the ride, which marks the 68th anniversary of Operation Market Garden: ‘A bridge too far.’

This year marks the fifth consecutive year Croydon police have organised the trip with their counterparts in Holland.

The cyclists hope to raise £6,000 for Marie Curie Cancer Care.

The group will set off from Croydon Clock Tower at 10am on Wednesday and will ride to Harwich, Essex, where they will catch an overnight ferry to the Hook of Holland.

Arriving on Thursday morning, the team will continue on-bike and arrive in Arnhem that evening.

On Friday, the team will meet representatives from the Dutch Police, as well as Arnhem and Croydon’s Mayor.
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Schools across The borough are expanding to cope with demand

Schools across the borough are expanding to cope with an influx of new pupils, with one school having to teach students in temporary classrooms.

In the last two months planning documents have been submitted to allow four primary schools to build extensions.

One of the schools, Avenue Primary School in Belmont will be forced to teach youngsters in temporary classrooms for four years while the new buildings are erected.

At last night’s Development Control Committee meeting, the most recent school expansion at Amy Johnson Primary School was up for discussion.

Susan Smith, of the Sutton Teachers Association, said although teaching pupils in temporary classrooms was not ideal, the council’s hands were tied.
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Four men arrested for burglary in Wallington

Four men have been charged with burglary after a tip of from a member of the public.

Police received a phone call on Thursday evening, August 30, after four men were observed acting suspiciously near addresses in Park Lane, Wallington.

As officers swooped on the area two men were arrested in two different streets nearby within minutes.

A bag, which was allegedly seen to have been carried by one of the men, was recovered by a police dog unit in the area of All Saints Primary School, Carshalton.

The four men have been charged with burglary and going equipped for burglary following arrests by police officers in Sutton on Thursday 30th August. One of the men has also been charged with a points and blades offence. The four men are:

Robert Rakus, aged 31, DoB 22/08/81, of Chaucer House, Chaucer Gardens, Sutton.

Piotr Rakus, aged 34, DoB 19/10/77, of Chaucer House, Chaucer Gardens, Sutton.

Robert Smolinski, aged 25, DoB: 21/01/87, No fixed abode.

Artur Smolinski, aged 33, DoB: 17/05/79, No fixed abode.

All four have been charged with:
– burglary at 2 Church Hill Road, Sutton, on 28th August
– going equipped for burglary in Rotherfield Road, Carshalton, on 30th August
Artur Smolinski has been additionally charged with a points and blades offence (carrying a pen knife) in Rotherfield Road, Carshalton, on 30th August.

Robert Rakus and Piotr Rakus, and Robert Smolinski, were remanded to appear at Camberwell Green Magistrates Court on Saturday 1st September. Artur Smolinski has also been remanded to appear in court once his current period of ill health allows.

Wallington’s David Weir Makes it a Triple Gold Crown in the 800m

David Weir is simply unstoppable. A performance of iron-clad confidence and control brought him an extraordinary third gold medal of the Games on Thursday night, cementing his position as the world’s leading wheelchair athlete and leaving his rivals shattered.

Weir shadowed the leader, China’s Zhang Lixin, from the gun, tucking in second out of lane seven, and never lost that prime position until he ripped off the final bend to win the T54 800m in 1min 37.63sec as the stadium erupted in joy and the DJ spun Werewolf in London, his signature tune.

“I had to dig deep tonight, it did hurt,” said Weir, whose suit came undone on the first lap. “They’re all special. I’ve defended my title in both the distances I’ve won and now I’ve got a gold in the 5,000; I only got bronze in Beijing. I feel like I’m on top of the world at the moment.

“I dreamt about it and wished I’d come away with three gold medals, with maybe another one on the way, but you just dream of things like that.”

Switzerland’s Marcel Hug, the world record holder and Weir’s great rival, kicked late for silver while bronze went to Thailand’s Saichon Konjen.

Weir’s opponents are hardened, elite racers, toughened by a professional circuit of marathons and track events. These victories are every bit as difficult as those of Mo Farah, his only serious rival for athlete of the summer, last month.

Pregnant Women Protest Outside St Helier Hospital

Pregnant mums have been proudly bearing their bumps to protest against proposed closures at St Helier Hospital.

The angry mums-to-be gathered at the hospital on Saturday, September 1 and daubed the message ‘Save St Helier’ on their bumps.

The ladies were led by Kathy McGuiness, the founder of Carshalton Mums, an online forum for mums to share information.

She said: “It is totally undemocratic and unfair to shut down such a well-loved and valuable maternity service.

“The people behind this proposal don’t live around here, or seem to care how worried and angry ordinary people are.

“The welfare of our unborn children is at risk and we simply won’t stand for it. NHS South West London have a real fight on their hands if they think they can downgrade St Helier.

“Pregnant mums want to go somewhere local – we don’t want unnecessary stress when we’re at our most vulnerable. And what about mothers with no car but several toddlers in tow?

“We shouldn’t have to traipse across London for our maternity care. We are outraged at the proposals and will do everything we can to stop them.”

The ladies are also backing a Family Fun Day on Saturday September 8, from 12pm to 4pm.

Man found hiding Carshalton loft after police search

A man who ran away from the police when they knocked on his front door was found 20 minutes later – hiding in his loft.

Jonathan Lee Andrews-Bligh, 28, jumped over a fence when the police came to arrest him at his home in Tintern Road, Carshalton, on Thursday, August 9, at around 10.45am.

His attempted escape led to a search involving a helicopter and police dog unit.

However, Andrews-Bligh was discovered 20 minutes later after he doubled back to his home to hide inside the loft.

At Croydon Magistrates Court on August 10, Andrews-Bligh was sentenced to 12 weeks jail and disqualified for two years after pleading guilty to driving whilst disqualified in Middleton Road, Carshalton, on July 16.

He was also sentenced to 14 days jail to run concurrently after pleading guilty to failing to appear at Croydon Magistrates Court on July 25 having been released on bail in criminal proceedings on July 16 at Sutton Police Station.

Mystery ‘human flesh’ like lump found in new paint from B&Q Sutton

A man thought he had found lump of human flesh in a new can of paint.

Bob Rayment, 66, from Sutton opened the can of light grey kitchen paint he had bought from B&Q in Sutton the day before – only to find the find the mysterious lump.

He demanded the DIY store send it off for immediate examination.

Tests have now found the ugly discovery to be plant matter.

Mr Rayment said: “We were working indoors in a clean enclosed environment upon the second filling of the spray gun I noticed a lump in the paint.

“We stopped working and investigated the lump by taking the paint box with the body still in it to the sink.
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