Sutton North Lib Dem Councillors

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by Sam, Ruth and Chris on 15 April, 2022

In our manifesto, we outline how the Liberal Democrats will continue to be ambitious for our borough. We are fighting for quality local services, a fair economic recovery with more local jobs, and keeping our borough a great place to live. We are making commitments that will mean more support and more activities for young […]

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Report back from Sutton Local Committee on 10 February 2022

by Sam, Ruth and Chris on 13 February, 2022

Sutton Local Committee met on 10 February in the Salvation Army Hall.  It was good to meet up with residents and community representatives once again face to face.  As well as local Councillors from the Sutton North, Sutton Central and Sutton West wards, the Committee also includes various representatives from local community groups.  In Sutton […]

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Please help the NHS by only calling 999 for life-threatening emergencies. For urgent medical help when it’s not an emergency, please go to 111 online or call 111 if you cannot get online.

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Protect our community: spread this message, not the virus

by Sam, Ruth and Chris on 18 December, 2020

The situation is really urgent now. Infection rates in Sutton are high and continuing to rise. Since last week, the rate of new cases has risen by more than two thirds (from 350 to 600 people).  See this urgent message from Sutton’s Director of Public Health: With the holidays fast approaching, we all need […]

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Leader of Sutton Council, Cllr Dombey, has released a message for the Sutton community “On Saturday night the Prime Minister announced that England would be going into lockdown for the second time. I know this will have come as difficult news to many.   The past year has been one of the most challenging in recent […]

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Top tips for going out and about

by Sam, Ruth and Chris on 5 September, 2020

As businesses continue to reopen in Sutton and more people venture out to bars, restaurants and shops in the town centre, the Council has put together some top tips for going out and staying safe in Sutton.  

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by Sam, Ruth and Chris on 4 April, 2020

Stay at home;  Protect the NHS; Save lives The Council is working with our partners in national government, local health and public sector services, as well as local charitable, faith and voluntary groups, to prepare and respond to the challenges we face.  The government’s advice is: Stay at home Only go outside for food, health […]

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NHS Consultation on local hospital service

by Sam, Ruth and Chris on 12 January, 2020

The local Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is consulting on proposals for local hospitals, which are important for how the NHS will provide future health care. The CCG is the group of local GPs that commission health services for us, and determines how they should be organised. Under the proposals: • the majority of services would […]

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NHS consulting on how to improve local healthcare

by Sam, Ruth and Chris on 3 September, 2018

The NHS in Surrey Downs, Sutton and Merton is looking at the challenges faced by Epsom and St Helier hospitals. They want to make sure they can continue to deliver high quality, safe and sustainable services for local people in the years ahead.  And they are working with clinical staff from both hospitals and local […]

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Sutton North’s third outdoor gym ready at Chaucer Gardens

by Sam, Ruth and Chris on 30 April, 2018

The third outdoor gym in Sutton North has been installed on the playing field at the back of Chaucer Gardens, by the footpath that leads to Stayton Road.  It is available for all adults to use. The equipment includes: a pedal cycle, a rower (quite difficult this one), pull up bars and a hyper-tension bench. […]

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