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Open auditions, 4 & 6 April: The Roughs of The Wrythe

In the First World War 45 men of The Wrythe in Carshalton, from an area of just four roads, gave their lives serving King and country. The impact on the area and the families of these brave soldiers was overwhelming. Now, their memories will be commemorated 100 years on with a day of events on […]


Halloween half-term fun at the Sutton Ecology Centre

The Halloween half-term is set to be a fun-filled break from school for little monsters in Sutton with a great range of events taking place at the Sutton Ecology Centre. The popular Carshalton venue will host two special Halloween Trail events on Monday 24 and Tuesday 25 October based around the celebrated children’s book The BFG […]


Sutton residents encouraged to ‘Bin it for Good’ and support local charities

Sutton Council is encouraging residents to play their part in keeping borough streets cleaner – and local charities and good causes will benefit by their doing do. The council is taking part in an anti-littering project that was launched this week in four areas across England. It has joined forces with the environmental charity Keep […]


Honeywood Museum and Age UK team up to offer activities for older residents

Sutton Council’s Honeywood Museum in Carshalton is working with Age UK Sutton to provide a range of activities, events, and a valuable support network for isolated elder residents. The events are the latest in a range of collaborations between Sutton Council and Age UK, who run a range of social activities and exercise classes for […]

Missing archives finally restored to the Sutton collections, as Carshalton history lovers help out council

No one knows how some of the records from Sutton’s archives went missing maybe more than 100 years ago, but thanks to the generosity of the local history community, Sutton Council has been able to buy them back. The records about Carshalton, purchased by the London Borough of Sutton Archives Service from Bloomsbury Auctions in […]

Major Sutton housing development welcomes homes ready for families

Original plans changed – less flats, more houses Lack of housing for families in the borough addressed Architecture compared to Bath’s Royal Crescent The next stage of one of Sutton’s biggest ever housing developments has been given the green light, with Durand Close in Carshalton set to create more housing for families in the borough. […]