Archive for March, 2018

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Residents can spend a penny at new cafe

A block of disused public toilets on Sutton Green is being given a new lease of life and being turned into a cafe as part of a redevelopment of the area. The public conveniences, which have been out of use since 2003 due to vandalism and anti-social behaviour, had faced demolition. Thanks to the joint […]

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Sutton flies a flag for the Commonwealth

More than one thousand Commonwealth flags will be raised at 10am on Monday 12 March to mark Commonwealth Day 2018. The Worshipful, the Mayor of Sutton, Councillor Jean Crossby will be attending a Fly the Flag for the Commonwealth Ceremony on Monday 12 March 2018 at 9.50am, Town Square, High Street, Sutton. A specially written […]


Underground pipes installed as part of scheme to provide low-carbon energy to homes

A network of underground pipes is now being installed as part of a groundbreaking scheme to provide sustainable, low-carbon energy to homes and businesses in Sutton. The Sutton Decentralised Energy Network (SDEN) will capture heat from the newly built Energy Recovery Facility (ERF) and existing landfill gas engines in Beddington, which will then be transported […]

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Have your say and stand up for Sutton’s Future

Sutton is a great place to live, work and visit. From top performing schools, to award-winning green spaces, people in Sutton have every reason to be proud of their borough. But by 2019 the borough will have lost 40 per cent of its government funding since 2010. This has meant we’ve had to make some […]


National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Week

It’s National Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Awareness Week from 12-18 March and in Sutton we want to make sure that every parent, young person and professional is aware of what CSE is, what the signs are and what help is available. Sexual exploitation is a form of sexual abuse, in which a young person is […]