The six new Councillors elected in the Sutton Council wards of Worcester Park and Nonsuch signed on the dotted line last night and are now officially representing residents on Sutton Council.
Their details can be found on the Government page of this site and full details will also appear on the Council site soon.
Did you know you can listen to recordings of meetings of the Cheam North and Worcester Park local committee?
Recordings of meetings were already available via the Sutton Council website but now you can subscribe to them thanks to this new Cheam North and Worcester Park local committee podcast feed.
This an experimental service at the moment but give it a try and provide feedback to its creator, Adrian Short.
A former prime minister was back on his old stomping ground today to open a newly refurbished centre at St Raphael’s Hospice.
Your Local Guardian: www.yourlocalguardian.co.uk/news/local/suttonnews/10013780.Sir_John_Major_opens_newly_refurbished_St_Raphael_s_centre/
Customers at Sainsbury’s in North Cheam donated enough food to provide 2,000 meals for vulnerable people affected by poverty.
Your Local Guardian: www.yourlocalguardian.co.uk/news/local/suttonnews/9991066.Sainsbury_s_customers_provide_food_for_thousands_of_vulnerable_people/
Eight candidates are battling it out to become Sutton’s member of the UK youth parliament, including Jonathan Austen, 17, of Cheam High School.
Your Local Guardian: www.yourlocalguardian.co.uk/news/local/suttonnews/9977463.Candidates_battle_it_out_to_become_a_member_of_youth_parliament/
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