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Planning application for a day nursery at St Helier Hospital

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 24 September, 2017

A planning application (No: B2017/77893/FUL)  has been received to build a single storey day nursery and play scheme at the back of St Helier Hospital  The proposal includes classrooms, baby sleep rooms and associated accommodation together with buggy and refuse stores, landscaping with external play areas and fencing up to 2.13m in height.  The application […]

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Feedback from September Local Committee meeting

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 20 September, 2017

The September Local Committee was again well attended, and those present benefited from first class presentations on safety issues and the current hospitals’ consultation. There was an update on the impact of the Grenfell fire disaster on high rise blocks in Sutton.  We were told that the new cladding at Chaucer House had passed the government’s […]

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Have your say on the future of Sutton’s hospital services

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 20 September, 2017

Daniel Elkeles, Chief Exec of the Epsom and St Helier Trust, told the recent Sutton Local Committee about the consultation they are running on the future of acute A&E services.  See their web site. At the meeting Mr Elkeles told us that St Helier has the best A&E performance in the south east.  The two hospitals […]

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Commemoration of Somme at St Helier

by Ruth, Marlene, and Steve on 4 July, 2016

On Friday evening 1 July we witnessed a unique screening of photos of WW1 soldiers on the frontage of St Helier hospital to commemorate the opening of the battle of the Somme. Many stood in silence opposite the hospital and watched the images – which came from Sutton’s Heritage Collection of glass plates taken by photographer […]

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